Exploring the Different Types of Treatment for Addiction

Exploring the Different Types of Treatment for Addiction

Addiction is a disease, but it’s one that affects each individual differently. So, treatment for addiction needs to be specific to each individual’s experiences and needs. This can vary from person to person. To address each individual’s specific addiction, needs, and recovery goals, a number of types of treatment for addiction are available. It’s important…

Relationships in Recovery: 5 things You Need to Know About

Relationships in Recovery: 5 things You Need to Know About

Dating and relationships aren’t easy for anyone. You can be the strongest person in the world, with no issues regarding drug or alcohol abuse, and still be brought to your knees by a troublesome relationship. When it comes to relationships in recovery, it is essential to give yourself time to get into one, and when…

The Benefits of Holistic Recovery Programs in Rehabilitation
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The Benefits of Holistic Recovery Programs in Rehabilitation

There was a time when most people thought that holistic medicine was ineffective in addiction treatment. Now, decades later, holistic medicine has increased in popularity. In fact, its presence in the field of substance abuse recovery is almost mainstream. Many addiction treatment centers today implement holistic methods as part of their recovery programs. According to…

Self-Rehabilitation in Recovery

Self-Rehabilitation in Recovery

Rehabilitation at a professional medical-based facility is a necessity for addiction recovery. However, the rehabilitation process is not limited to the facility itself. As someone in recovery, there are many ways in which you can further your rehabilitation. It’s important to do this once you’ve left the addiction center and its treatments. At this stage,…

Addiction and Family  Treatment

Addiction and Family Treatment

Addiction and family are almost always tied to one another. Although addiction affects the individual using, it also affects the family unit. It’s hard to utilize effective family relationship strategies when an individual within the unit struggles with addiction. Lying, manipulating, and avoiding family are commonly recognized characteristics of an addiction. Fortunately, the addicted individual…