addiction

How to Choose and Eating Disorder Interventionist

How to Choose and Eating Disorder Interventionist Is someone you care about struggling with anorexia, bulimia, binge eating or another eating disorder? It’s hard to know what to do or how to help someone with this sensitive issue. You may be afraid of offending them. You may feel helpless and not know what to do. Perhaps you’ve already tried talking to this person and they denied they have a problem

Family Therapy

Family Therapy Family therapy brings parents, siblings and extended family members such as aunts, uncles and grandparents into the treatment process. The family system has its own structure and patterns of communication, which may be defined by parenting style, personalities and other influences. Every individual is, in part, a product of the environment they grew up in. Family plays an important role in our emotional, physical and spiritual development since

Dual diagnosis treatment

Dual diagnosis treatment helps with co-occurring alcohol or drug addiction & mental health disorders like an eating disorder, depression or anxiety. It is also called co-occurring disorder. The following pairings are among the most common forms of dual diagnosis: Depression and Addiction Anxiety and Addiction Bipolar Disorder and Addiction Personality Disorders and Addiction Schizophrenia and Addiction Drug and alcohol addiction is often accompanied by co-occurring emotional, psychological and/or psychiatric conditions. Studies show