ADHD Brain
July 12, 2022

Do I Have ADHD?

Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD, is one of the most frequently diagnosed mental disorders in children, but adult diagnoses are becoming more common. With the increase of information available online and recent social media trends about this disorder, more people are asking the question, “Do I have ADHD?” While...

Choosing a Therapist
July 7, 2022

How to Find the Right Therapist

If you’ve recently decided to pursue therapy or treatment, congratulations! This first step is often the most difficult. Many people go their whole lives without seeking the help they need. However, you may now be feeling overwhelmed by the number of options available and unsure of where to go...

medical detox
August 19, 2021

Benzodiazepine Withdrawal Treatment

When you are addicted to any type of drug, the withdrawal process can be challenging. In fact, stopping the use of a drug can cause serious health issues, if it is not done properly under the appropriate supervision. Benzodiazepine withdrawal treatment, especially, should be overseen by a healthcare professional...

November 19, 2020

Marijuana Opportunity Reinvestment and Expungement Act

More and more Americans favor legalizing marijuana, a drug that is illegal on the Federal level. Tens of millions of adults consider cannabis use safe, as evidenced by the number of states that have legalized medical and recreational marijuana use.  Earlier this month, more states passed cannabis initiatives, including conservative...

August 19, 2020

What is a Case Manager? | Case Management Explained

As a person finishes their time in an inpatient or residential treatment program, the transition back to “real life” requires careful consideration. This is when case management services become important. A case manager provides guidance, support, and much-needed resources to program alumni, while also ensuring that they remain on...

July 18, 2020

Addiction Treatment Island

The history of addiction recovery in America is fascinating and disturbing, from barbaric, draconian “treatments” to sanitariums to the upscale, evidence-based centers of today. While we have come a long way over the centuries, there is still a long way to go in the fight against stigma.Many men and...