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Types of Therapy for Alcohol Addiction – Therapy in Nevada

Addiction is a complex disease. Every person experiences it differently, on a deeply personal level. By inference, this means that the complexity of treatment will reflect a person’s unique needs, as well as the state of their physical, mental, and spiritual health. Various therapies and their combination are necessary to address the vast spectrum of […]

Types of Therapy for Addiction Treatment in Las Vegas, Nevada

Like many other serious health conditions, substance use disorders (SUDs) are typically chronic, and sometimes progressive, meaning that earlier treatment as well as long-term recovery solutions are needed.1 Behavioral therapies are the most common form of SUD treatment.1 Across the state of Nevada, there are 109 substance use treatment centers that offer a range of […]

Depression and Addiction

Depression is one of the most common mental health disorders in the United States, with over 21 million adults age 18 years or older (8.4%) reporting a major depressive episode in the past year in 2020.1 That same year, 39 million people aged 18 and older (15%) had a past-year substance use disorder (SUD).1 In […]

How are Inpatient & Outpatient Rehab Different?

Inpatient & outpatient rehab vary substantially from each other and have their own place in the recovery process. However, the primary differentiating factor between the two is that inpatient rehab requires that you live on-site for treatment whilst outpatient rehab allows you to live at home and travel to therapy. As of 2019, there were […]

Finding a Therapist in Recovery

Addiction is a chronic and relapsing brain disease. The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) reports that relapse rates are between 40 and 60 percent for drug addiction – similar to rates of relapse for other chronic diseases like asthma, type II diabetes, and hypertension. Episodes of relapse can be minimized with ongoing care and […]