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Year: 2011

Use of Anti-Anxiety Medications Dropping Among Veterans

It’s good news, say many researchers, regarding the finding that fewer veterans who have post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) are turning to anti-anxiety drugs. They hope the research means that more veterans may be addressing root-level problems, such as depression related to PTSD, and may be seeing more success with psychotherapy treatments instead of anti-anxiety …

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What Role Do 12-Step Programs Play During and After Drug Rehab?

The 12-step program: It’s a term that’s been used in drug rehab for decades, and remains an active element of the recovery path for many people working through addiction. At their core, 12-step programs for drug rehab allow people to share openly but confidentially the details of their struggle and find support together. As a …

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Holiday Loneliness May Intensify Love and Sex Addictions Warns The Ranch Rehabilitation Center

Nunnelly, TN (PRWEB) December 20, 2011 – For many people, the holidays are the highlight of the year. But for others, this time of year brings up emotions that can be difficult to manage. Faced with the feelings of loneliness and disappointment that sometimes accompany the holidays, men and women with love and sex addictions …

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Counselors’ Lack of Military Knowledge Dissuades Veterans from Continuing Treatment

Veterans returning from combat with post-traumatic stress disorder, substance abuse disorders, and other serious mental health issues are not finding enough solace from professional counseling, say experts. These veterans face a stone wall when seeking treatment as most counselors are unfamiliar with service members’ ways of life and unique experiences, resulting in the majority of …

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Family Intervention – Helping a Loved One

In a family intervention, the addicted individual is confronted with the effect their addiction is having on those around them, primarily their family. When considering a family intervention, the professional staff of intervention counselors at The Sundance Center will prove to be an invaluable resource.  We have worked with some of the country’s best interventionists …

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