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Healing and Recovery with Trauma Recovery Programs

Elena Kapustina, MBA, PsyD 06/29/18
Healing Recovery Programs

Many of us may have experienced trauma, forcing us into a predicament that can often leave us struggling with unwanted emotions or visions of the event. While some may try to cope with it by withdrawing into society, others may have mood swings and become anxious in crowds. Others may try to drown out the…

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Spiritual Rehabilitation as an Alternative Recovery Approach

Elena Kapustina, MBA, PsyD 06/15/18
Spiritual Rehabilitation Centers

Spiritual rehabilitation as an alternative recovery method has shown to be successful for drug and alcohol addiction. Addicts often go through the recovery process several times without success before finding their way to lifelong recovery. We understand that those struggling with an alcohol or drug addiction are in a challenging place having to overcome something…

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What to Know about Dual Diagnosis Treatment Centers in California

Elena Kapustina, MBA, PsyD 06/13/18
dual diagnosis treatment center

Finding dual diagnosis treatment centers can be a big step towards getting the best help that can assist with successful recovery. Facing drug or alcohol addiction can be a daunting task for any individual or family. Very often where addiction resides there is also another disorder lurking in the background. Studies have shown that millions…

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Alternative Therapy In Dual Diagnosis Treatment Centers In Los Angeles

Elena Kapustina, MBA, PsyD 05/31/18
Dual Diagnosis Treatment Centers in Los Angeles

Try Alternative Therapy Dual Diagnosis Treatment Centers In Los Angeles Clients who experience dual diagnosis disorders can face more challenging problems than those who are only seeking treatment for drug or alcohol addiction alone. Dual diagnosis is also known as a co-occurring disorder, and it is a combination of a substance addiction and mental health…

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The Influence of Buddhism in Holistic Rehab

Elena Kapustina, MBA, PsyD 05/28/18
Buddhism in Holistic Rehab

Although in the West addiction is defined as a biological disease, Buddhist philosophy takes a different approach to the issue. That’s why in recent times the influence of Buddhism in holistic rehab has increased, and it is important to understand it’s principles and how they inform holistic  treatment approaches. Although Buddhist philosophy does not deny…

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Using Mindfulness Rehab For Recovery

Elena Kapustina, MBA, PsyD 05/18/18

If you are searching for spiritual rehabilitation retreats, you might be interested in using mindfulness rehab to help you battle your problems with addiction. Mindfulness is one of the most important principles of spirituality, which is the state of being aware of things happening in the present moment. This awareness can be directed toward all thoughts,…

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Overcome Addiction With Sound Therapy Healing Sessions

Elena Kapustina, MBA, PsyD 05/10/18
Sound Therapy Healing - Iris Healing

Is It Possible To Overcome Addiction With Sound Therapy Healing Sessions? Drug addiction is a growing challenge for everyone in the United States. People from all walks of life can fall into serious addiction, often moving from painkillers to illegal drugs and alcohol. Maybe you are struggling to overcome a prescription drug habit, or are…

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The Spiritual Rehabilitation Retreats as an Alternative

Elena Kapustina, MBA, PsyD 04/13/18
The Spiritual Rehabilitation Retreats as an Alternative

Dealing with a drug or alcohol addiction is one of the most challenging situations anyone might face in their lifetime. Traditional treatment centers can work well for some people, but others have found much success with Spiritual Rehabilitation Retreats as an alternative. Coming to the realization that you need help to fight your addiction is…

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The Hallmarks of Physical Dependence on Alcohol

Elena Kapustina, MBA, PsyD 04/06/18
Hallmarks of Physical Dependence on Alcohol

The alcohol consumption that you or a loved one engages in may not have seemed like a problem at first. What may have started out as seemingly innocent can easily progress into something worse. Even when everything seems completely fine to you. Alcohol abuse can come on gradually, and it will steadily begin to interfere…

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