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Hanley Foundation Acquires Origins Behavioral HealthCare

Hanley Foundation Acquires Origins Behavioral HealthCare

A New Era for Recovery: Hanley Foundation Acquires Origins Behavioral HealthCare, Promising Unrivaled Support Hanley Foundation proudly announces the acquisition of Origins Behavioral HealthCare, marking a momentous stride in its mission to eliminate addiction through...

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What is an AUD?

What is an AUD?

You may know someone who believes they don't have a drinking problem because they're not addicted. The truth is, an alcohol use disorder (AUD) covers more than just the diagnosis of addiction. In this blog post, we'll explain why any unhealthy form or pattern of...

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Overcome Shame in Addiction Recovery

Overcome Shame in Addiction Recovery

Shame is a powerful emotion that can significantly impact addiction recovery. According to Brené Brown, a research professor at the University of Houston and author known for her work on shame and vulnerability, shame is the belief that we are flawed or unworthy of...

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Complex PTSD vs BPD

Complex PTSD vs BPD

Overlapping symptoms of two mental health disorders can make it difficult to differentiate between the two on your own. To the untrained eye, Complex Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (C-PTSD) and Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) might look similar as they share...

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How to Set Healthy Boundaries

How to Set Healthy Boundaries

Setting limits can be an effective way to safeguard and promote your mental health. Consider these boundaries you set for yourself and others as what you are and are not willing to do, accept, or tolerate. If you've been living without boundaries, it could be adding...

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New Mental Health IOP in Dallas

New Mental Health IOP in Dallas

Going to therapy weekly and taking medication for anxiety or depression may not be a sufficient solution for everyone with a mental health disorder. For people who remain feeling overwhelmed by their symptoms, a mental health Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) can be...

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The High-Functioning Alcoholic

The High-Functioning Alcoholic

Alcoholism is a disease that can be hard to recognize, particularly when an individual is high-functioning. These individuals may show no visible signs of addiction and may be able to hold down a job, maintain relationships and appear to be in control of their lives....

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Benefits of IOP for Mental Health

Benefits of IOP for Mental Health

By: Shea Barakatt, MA. LCSW, LCDC | Clinical Director Attending a Mental Health Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) can offer many benefits if you struggle with mental health concerns. IOPs provide an effective and comprehensive approach to treatment that can help you...

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