Substance Use

Living with Bipolar Disorder 

Bipolar disorders have long been thought to be something you cannot recover from. With new forms of medications and a renewed focus on mental health therapy this is no longer the case. Especially when someone is committed to recovery despite the challenges that arise in life or fluctuations in symptom severity. How Can Psychiatric Medications

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Individual Therapy

Individual Therapy Individual therapy is gaining popularity as it can target a wide array of challenges someone experiences in life. Most therapy is confidential unless certain statutory limitations are met that would require mandatory reporting. Another way to buffer against the potential of someone reviewing your records it to private pay for services which eliminates

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Avoidance, Escape, and Control

Avoidance, Escape, and Control Human beings are creatures of habit. Sometimes these habits do not always serve us in the best way. Avoidance, escape, and control, when used in small amounts, do not harm our lives. However, if they are used in large quantities these thought and behavioral patterns can be disastrous. What Is Avoidance?

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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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