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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy) was started in the 1950s. It has helped many people with mental disorders live a better life. People who do not...

Drug Classifications: Understand the Different Categories

A drug may be classified by the chemical type of the active ingredient or by the way it is used to treat a particular condition....

Making Amends: How to Rebuild Relationships after Battling Addiction

If you’ve struggled with addiction, you’re not alone. Millions of people are fighting that battle alongside you, and you’re the last person who needs to...

The Effects of Alcohol on Your Liver

Unfortunately, individuals who are suffering from alcohol abuse also face the risk of developing physical health problems. Although it’s not likely that these issues will...

A Guide to Getting Your Court-Ordered Substance Abuse Evaluation

A substance abuse evaluation helps to measure the level of addiction in an individual. It also assists professionals in creating an effective treatment plan that...

The Importance of Relapse Prevention Therapy

Relapse prevention therapy is treatment designed to identify the reasons, behaviors, and outcomes of relapse in a person during the aftercare stage of addiction treatment....

Being the Spouse of an Addict: How Substance Abuse Affects Marriage

Marriage is a union based on love, trust, and a safe place for either spouse to confide. When an individual is married to a person...

The Need for Teen Rehab: Depression and Teenagers

Unfortunately, many people suffer from the effects of depression. It affects the daily lives of those who are dealing with it. Sometimes, it even co-occurs...

What are Common Group Therapy Topics in Addiction Treatment?

Generally, there are a plethora of discussion topics with group addiction therapy programs to help clients become an overcomer. Group therapy is an innovative way...

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