Tag: Behavioral Health
Ego and Addiction: How an Addict’s Ego Plays a Role in Intervention
Addiction in the family can be a tough thing to talk about. In some cases, families refuse to even acknowledge the problem is happening. This is a major roadblock in...
Ongoing Family Counseling Is Important for the Families of Addicts to Recover
Addiction is incredibly powerful, and it takes a psychological toll as well as a physical one. It’s vital for people struggling with substance abuse to address the root of their...
Recovery Month in Full Swing
September is National Recovery Month, which is an annual observance that aims to educate people about the the fact that people all over America have been able to successfully recover...
New Behavioral Health Barometer Released
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) recently announced the release of its first annual Behavioral Health Barometer. This new report is one of the most comprehensive collections...
Addressing Adolescent Disorders Effectively Could Prevent Dual Diagnosis
Researchers from Duke University recently announced their findings in a study regarding the diagnosis and treatment of teenagers with mental disorders. Their study concluded that less than half of adolescents...
Updated Publication Examines Behavioral Health of America
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) recently issued a publication called Behavioral Health, United States, 2012. The report provides in-depth information regarding the current status of the...