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Dual Diagnosis: Substance Abuse and Depression


Depression is a serious mental disorder that affects an estimated 1 in 10 Americans. Unfortunately, clinical and severe depression often goes untreated, with less than 50 percent of depression sufferers world-wide receiving the care they

Dual Diagnosis: Substance Abuse and Depression2021-09-14T13:21:49-04:00

Link Between Narcissism And Addiction


Dual Diagnosis: The Link Between Narcissism and Addiction A narcissist is a person who struggles with an inflated or heightened sense of self. Someone who is considered to have narcissistic tendencies will often possess an

Link Between Narcissism And Addiction2021-09-01T12:16:38-04:00

What is Roxy


Roxycodone, also referred to by its street name “Roxy”, is a semi-synthetic opioid medication prescribed for the treatment of moderate to severe pain. It has been classified as a Schedule II narcotic due to its

What is Roxy2021-08-25T13:47:44-04:00

How Long do Withdrawals Last?


Addiction or abuse of drugs or alcohol can cause the brain to become reliant on the effects of that substance in the body. When that substance is no longer present, a person may experience significant

How Long do Withdrawals Last?2021-08-17T15:05:02-04:00

When is Long Term Treatment needed


How long is ‘long enough’? We understand that this question perhaps raises concerns and worries for some who are considering treatment. In our experience working with substance use disorder and mental health disorders, a

When is Long Term Treatment needed2021-08-05T14:16:42-04:00

Trauma Track Treatment at Beachway


Identifying Trauma Trauma or adverse life (or childhood) experiences can look like overt and/or covert methods – sometimes without the individual fully comprehending what has happened to them – but that they know

Trauma Track Treatment at Beachway2021-08-04T18:26:07-04:00

Codependency and Addiction


The Dangers of Codependency and Addiction Mental Health America (MHA) defines codependency as “an emotional and behavioral condition that affects an individual’s ability to have a healthy, mutually satisfying relationship.” Codependency has also been described

Codependency and Addiction2021-09-22T09:21:48-04:00

Sober Acitivities


Fun Sober Activities for You and Friends Making the decision to go sober can often feel like you’re stepping into a whole new world. When drugs or alcohol have been a part of your daily

Sober Acitivities2021-08-04T18:26:31-04:00

Family Roles and Addiction


Family Roles & Addiction Addiction is a family disease. We know that is a challenging statement for some to read. Allow us to explain how each person within the family system plays a role

Family Roles and Addiction2021-08-04T18:26:42-04:00

Healing from Trauma


What is Trauma?   According to the American Psychological Association, trauma is defined as “an emotional response to a terrible event like an accident, rape or natural disaster. Immediately after the event, shock and

Healing from Trauma2021-08-04T18:26:53-04:00
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