Behavioral Health News

5 Signs You Should Consider Rehab for Depression

When most people think of treatments for depression, they think of meeting with a psychiatrist for weekly therapy sessions or taking prescribed medications. Rehab for depression rarely comes to mind because of its more common association with substance abuse instead of mental illness. There’s no denying that weekly therapy sessions make everyday life more manageable,...
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Mental Health Stigma: What Is It and Why Should You Care?

Society has come a long way towards understanding people with mental illnesses, but mental health stigma still remains. Thankfully, we no longer try and separate those with mental illnesses into asylums that prevent them from interacting with society. That doesn’t mean we don’t still have a long way to go. People suffering from bipolar disorder,...
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Florida Drug Rehab and the Gifts of Recovery

Rob P. is in recovery and uses his personal experience to provide guidance to anyone seeking a Florida drug rehab. What are the gifts of recovery and where can you find them? Physical and mental healing, restored hope, healthy relationships, economic security and improved self-esteem are just a few of the life-changing gifts offered by...
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Not Sure How to Help an Addict? Here’s 10 Ways

Addiction to heroin, opioids, and other drugs is a deadly serious matter that destroys lives. According to the CDC, in 2018 an estimated 69,029 people in America died of a drug overdose. If you or someone you love is battling addiction, you need help. It’s that simple. For people suffering from drug addiction in Florida,...
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5 Mental Health Goals To Stick To This Year

If you made a goal for the New Year, now might be the time when you start to slack off. This might not matter much if your New Year’s resolution was small. However, if you set mental health goals, you should take whatever steps you can to see it through. In order to help you...
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3 Signs You Need a Mental Health Crisis Center

Checking into an inpatient program or making arrangements to attend an outpatient program are both great ways to deal with mental health issues, but they may not be immediately available. With multiple programs to choose from, scheduling considerations, and monetary concerns, it’s hard to get mental health services the instant you feel like you need...
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Aging Mental Health Issues: What’s Normal, What’s Not?

The world’s population is aging rapidly. By 2030, one in five Americans will be senior citizens. Adults ages 65 and older are also living longer. In a society that idolizes youth, aging can be daunting. However, most older adults enjoy healthy aging rather than debilitation. When seniors do experience a new illness, it is often...
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7 Tips on Staying Sober Over the Holidays

The holidays are a wonderful time to get together with friends, family, and coworkers to celebrate the season. There’s nothing like the food, the presents, and the holiday lights. Unfortunately, it’s not always easy to get into the holiday spirit for those of us who struggle with addiction. The holiday season also comes with a...
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Finding Florida Mental Health Services for Depression

According to 2018 census reports, there are more than 21 million people living in the Sunshine State of Florida. It’s supposed to be a happy place, but you may still feel sad, alone and hopeless. And you don’t understand why. Does it seem like you’re struggling emotionally while everyone else is living their best life?...
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