There are many common reasons individuals choose to seek rehabilitative treatment, including alcoholism, drug abuse, depression and bipolar disorder. However, some disorders aren't usually thought of as treatable because they're viewed as personality traits. For an individual who finds themselves frequently being ... Read More
Seeking treatment for mental health or substance abuse can be confusing. What is the treatment like? Why are there groups? What methods are used to treat my condition? These are all common concerns for patients seeking rehabilitation and we want to answer them in this section. Our articles are informed by our licensed mental health and substance abuse facility and help you understand how a rehab facility operates and treats the patient.
Can You Go to Rehab for Anger Issues?
Where to Go for Long-Term Mental Health Care
Mental health is an important but often neglected aspect of life. Over 20% of Americans live with a mental illness, and many may need to stay at long-term mental health facilities. Unfortunately, there's a lot of stigma around live-in, long-term mental health facilities. Dispelling the fear and ignorance of ... Read More
What “Brain Fog” Is and How Neurorehab Can Help
Have you ever felt as though your brain just wasn't working as well as it normally does? Maybe you kept making simple mistakes while working, struggled to recall things, or simply couldn't take in any new information. This condition, brain fog, affects everyone at some point, but is particularly common in times of ... Read More
How Inpatient Therapy Can Help Insomnia
If you’re having trouble sleeping regularly, you may feel the need to turn to sleep medications or other substances to get a better night’s rest. The problem with this is that it often results in dependency on the medications or substances you use to lull yourself to sleep at night. Getting insomnia treatments at an ... Read More
Why Isn’t My Outpatient Therapy Working?
Making the choice to get help for mental health challenges is a big first step, and one worthy of applause. In many cases, this is the first stop on the road to a better mental state. While there are a number of ways to address mental health, a structured approach to outpatient therapy is a common choice. Inpatient ... Read More
What to Do if Your Family Wants to Force You into Rehab
"You can't force me to go to rehab!" Every day, people are confronted by family members and well-meaning friends who are desperately worried about their drug or alcohol use. If you're wondering, "Can I be forced to go to rehab?," the answer is "yes, in certain circumstances." Here is one example: If a person's drug ... Read More
Why Good Inpatient Addiction Facilities Have Gyms
Many people who enter a rehab facility or undergo treatment for a mental health condition strive to better themselves physically. Embarking on a physical and mental wellness journey simultaneously can help a person redirect their focus and occupy their mind. Besides the opportunity to become healthier overall, ... Read More
Is All Therapy Equal? How to Gauge Quality
Mental health services have long seemed out of reach for the average person. In the last few years, technology has had a significant impact on how people access the services they need, putting everything from groceries to contracting services just a couple of clicks away. Now, as people become more aware of how their ... Read More