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How To Help Someone with Depression

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Depression is a serious but treatable mental health disorder that affects nearly 20 million Americans. It gets in the way of daily life, causing emotional pain that, left untreated, only gets worse. Begin by learning all you can about depression and how to best talk about it with your loved one. But as you reach […]

What Is the Difference Between Dual Diagnosis and Co-Occurring Disorders?

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Substance use disorder can wreak havoc on a person’s life in the form of different mental and physical problems. In fact, associated mental health issues are so common that there are two terms used when two or more disorders are present in the same person: dual diagnosis and co-occurring disorders. While these categorical phrases may […]

What Are Four Types of Mental Health Treatment?

Treatment and recovery of mental health disorders are offered in a variety of therapeutic   settings. The environs, and level or form of care, will be different on several factors: the seriousness of the person’s mental condition, their basic health, and the type of care specified. The four major forms of mental health care services are […]

PTSD in Veterans: Treatment Options and Resources

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Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a significant mental health condition that affects many veterans. After experiencing a traumatic event, such as combat, military sexual trauma, or other distressing incidents during military service, veterans may develop symptoms of PTSD. These symptoms can have a profound impact on their

Understanding Generalized Anxiety Disorder: Symptoms, Causes, and Treatment

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Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) is one of the most common mental health conditions, affecting millions of people worldwide. It’s characterized by persistent and excessive worry about various aspects of daily life. While occasional worry is a normal part of life, GAD involves symptoms of anxiety that are intense and often interfere with a

What Happens at an Intervention?


An addiction intervention is an opportunity to set the right course for a loved one who has stalled in trying to find recovery. Typically, the family member experiencing substance use disorder has not yielded to get help (and has likely been enabled). Simply said, an intervention is where the rubber meets the road, and the […]

Understanding Anxiety: Types, Symptoms & Treatments


In the complex landscape of mental health, anxiety disorders represent a profound challenge that spans across demographics, affecting individuals at every stage of life, including adolescents. These disorders manifest as more than temporary worries or fears; they are significant mental health disorders that can deeply impact both

How Nutrition Influences Mental Health and Brain Function

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In recent years, the intersection of nutrition and mental health has garnered significant attention, propelling the field of nutritional psychiatry to the forefront of healthcare discussions. This burgeoning field suggests that what we eat

Florida Relapse Prevention: Coping Strategies and Aftercare

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In the vibrant backdrop of Florida, the journey of addiction recovery often remains a challenging path, shadowed by the risk of relapse. Celadon Recovery, nestled in this sunny state, dedicates itself to the mission of relapse prevention