Addiction Treatment

Neurofeedback Therapy

Neurofeedback Therapy

When you first go for a neurofeedback therapy session, your health practitioner will attach electrodes to your head and map out your default brain activity. Then as tasks are assigned, they will track how they alter the previously mapped activity. This information will then be...

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rTMS

rTMS

Clients attend 15 sessions of rTMS treatment therapy. Sessions take place over the course of a three-week timeframe with clients participating in five rTMS treatments per week. The therapy also improves a patient’s depression and mood. Patients can undergo further maintenance sessions each month to...

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why aftercare is important

Aftercare

Aftercare will sometimes include a sober living facility. These vary in their nature, sometimes having addiction professionals living there, and sometimes just being a group of addicts who support each other. These will retain some rules and structure from rehab, but, like other aftercare, it...

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What Happens During Detox

What Happens During Detox

Detox is short for detoxification and is the process of the body removing toxins from its system. While a completely natural process — the human body is constantly detoxifying —when the toxin is an addictive drug, or a metabolized by-product of a drug, the process...

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Experiential Therapy

Experiential Therapy

Experiential therapy lets patients recreate specific situations from the past or those they are experiencing today to deal with them in a healthy manner. This is role playing that may use props, art, or music to bring awareness to the thoughts and emotions that are...

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dual diagnosis

Dual Diagnosis

Dual diagnosis (also known as simultaneous or co-occurring disorders) is a term when a mental illness and a substance use disorder occur simultaneously. However any disorder - substance use or mental illness - can develop first. Mental Health complexities such as depression may lead to...

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cbt for addiction treatment

CBT for Addiction Treatment

CBT is known as a “talking” therapy and is focused on the psychological principles of behaviorism[1]. It looks at how an individual’s behaviors can be changed and the way in which they think and feel about society around them. Through a better understanding of cognition...

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