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What is Acceptance and Commitment Therapy?

What is acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT)? Acceptance and commitment therapy helps you to fully accept the struggles in your life so that you can find a solution to them and act accordingly. Acceptance and commitment therapy is a type of mindfulness-based therapy that encourages you to push past negativity by redirecting your thoughts and feelings. Through…

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What is Acceptance and Commitment Therapy?

Finding the right therapy when you are seeking treatment for substance abuse is important to healing. A therapy that is gaining more attention right now is acceptance and commitment therapy. What is acceptance and commitment therapy, you may ask? Let’s take a closer look. What is Acceptance and Commitment Therapy? Acceptance and commitment therapy is a psychotherapy…

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Celebrate Mens Health Month 2019

There are more men in the United States struggling with drugs and alcohol addiction than women, according to the National Institute on Drug Abuse. The reason behind this is that men respond differently to seeking help compared to women. Men, therefore, tend to suffer more effects and struggle in their recovery process. As we celebrate…

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How is DBT Different from CBT?

CBT and DBT are common therapeutic methods that treat many different mental conditions. These treatments are Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) respectively. It is understandable to have questions about these common therapeutic models. Today we are taking a closer look to define DBT vs CBT. What Is CBT? Cognitive Behavioral Therapy…

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Substance Induced Mood Disorders

Mental illness and substance abuse disorders often exist as co-occurring disorders. While it can be difficult to discern which disorder came first, there are mental illnesses that develop as the result of a substance. These illnesses are known as substance-induced mood disorders. A substance-induced mood disorder refers to episodes of depressive or manic states that…