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Substance Abuse and Co-Occurring Disorders Need Therapy

Addiction treatment is not always straightforward. Many ineffective programs may only focus on treating the addiction without getting to the root causes or considering the possibility of co-occurring disorders. This is why it is so important to find a treatment center that understands how to address an individual’s unique issues. Your chances of true recovery…

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DBT vs. CBT

At Santé Center of Healing, we take the time to help our clients manage their mental health and addiction through individualized treatment plans. Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) and dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) are two of the most common treatment options we use in treatment. Utilizing these treatment options can give our clients the best possible chance…

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What Do Good Rehab Facilities Offer?

You might be afraid to admit that you have a drug problem and need help. However, you can draw strength from getting proper treatment can help you get some control. To get the right care, you should look for rehab facilities that offer services that meet your needs. Addiction treatment programs come in numerous forms.…

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Why Drug Withdrawal Requires Detox

For individuals who want to stop engaging in substance abuse, drug withdrawal can be a great obstacle. Withdrawal occurs when long-time usage suddenly stops or significantly decreases. It can also arise when a dependency has gotten too great, requiring individuals to take larger and larger doses. Withdrawal symptoms are not usually life-threatening, but they can…

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Understanding the Psychotherapy Definition

For individuals struggling with a substance use disorder or addiction to drugs or alcohol, to heal from the disease requires a two-pronged approach. Addiction is a complex disease with both physical and mental aspects. Without treating the mental aspects, individuals are put at a greater risk of relapse. Psychotherapy has proven to be an effective…

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Rehab: What To Expect

You’ve decided that it’s time to get your life back, and you’re ready to enter treatment for alcohol or substance abuse. Like most people, you probably find yourself wondering, “What is rehab like?” It’s normal to be a little apprehensive when you’re trying something new. Even if you’ve been in drug and alcohol rehab before,…

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Signs of Addiction

Addiction is a challenging disease to identify in others. While many may think it’s easy to see when someone is struggling with a substance use disorder (an addiction to drugs or alcohol), the reality is often very different. Individuals can become inadvertently addicted, as in the case of many prescription drug addictions. Often the individual…

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Understanding the Difference Between CBT vs DBT

Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) and dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) are two types of psychotherapy. While psychologists use them in many kinds of programs, these therapies are especially popular for treating substance use disorders, addiction to drugs or alcohol, and mental health issues such as trauma or depression. These therapeutic approaches have proven to be very effective.…

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Adderall and Alcohol

Polysubstance abuse is when a person abuses or is addicted to more than one substance. Frequently, individuals struggle with this condition when they have easy access to prescription drugs and alcohol. One deadly combination is Adderall and alcohol. Adderall is a stimulant drug that doctors typically prescribe for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder or ADHD. Alcohol…