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Mental Health and Substance Use

Comorbid Illnesses Mental health and substance use challenges do not discriminate. Often, people who have one type of challenge (mental health or substance use) find that they begin to have challenges with the other later in their lives. A 2020 research article from the National Institutes on Drug abuse highlights that there are high prevalences […]

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What is Bipolar Disorder?

Bipolar Disorder is a mental health illness where a person experiences fluctuating mood swings. These mood swings can include: depression, hypomania, and manic episodes. Depression related mood swings typically refer to periods of time when a person’s motivation is low, they feel helpless and hopeless that things in their will not get better,  and are

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Betrayal Trauma

There are many forms of trauma. Diagnostically betrayal trauma does not meet criteria for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD); however, that does not negate it’s devasting effects.  Betrayal trauma usually occurs after someone shatters your trust. This can be lying on a significant level but also infidelity. For example, maybe someone close to you lied to

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Can Couples Counseling Help My Relationship?

Relationships experience a vast array of challenges throughout their existence. Some of these challenges are normal experiences as no two or more people will ever see eye-to-eye on every subject/issue. Common disagreements are natural and inevitable. Working through issues as they arise and engaging in clear communication to resolve the underlying issue(s) will foster a

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Cognitive Processing Therapy and it’s benefits to healing Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.

Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) is a form of cognitive-behavioral therapy used to target trauma that reaches the Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) threshold. CPT is a widely used intervention for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and is an approved treatment modality for the Veterans Administration for the treatment of PTSD. CPT is based on a protocol that can

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