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Glossary of Addiction Terms

Specific terminology, acronyms and abbreviations are a big part of life for those seeking recovery. We’ve put together two guides to help you navigate the terminology you may hear or...

Pet Therapy

Pet Therapy Sunrise House has had pet therapy in the past and is looking forward to bringing this effective and fun type of therapy back when we we are able....

Should a Doctor or Therapist Treat a Mood Disorder?

A mood disorder is a mental health condition that disrupts mood, leading to inconsistent feelings about, and reactions toward, existing circumstances. Mood disorders may involve feeling sad often or all the time;...

How an Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing Session Conducted

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, EMDR is a type of individual psychotherapy used to help people suffering from PTSD or other trauma to heal from the emotional scars and behavioral problems associated...

What Are the 4 General Processes of Motivational Interviewing?

Motivational Interviewing aims to resolve ambivalence in the individual who is receiving treatment, often either psychological treatment or treatment for a substance use disorder. The goal of Motivational Interviewing is...

What Medications Do Insys Therapeutics Sell?

Insys Therapeutics, Inc is a pharmaceutical company based in Chandler, Arizona. The company was founded in 1990 by Dr. John Kapoor. Dr. Kapoor was born in India and attended the...

Difference between Therapists & Counselors in Addiction Treatment?

As the prescription drug abuse problem grows in the United States, and many people are diagnosed with co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders, treatment to overcome addiction and substance...

What Unique Roles Do Doctors & Therapists Have in Treating Addiction?

Addiction is a complicated disease that affects the body in both physical and psychological ways, and there are a lot of components to treating it effectively. In addition to having...

5 Addiction Support Groups Utilizing the 12-Step Model

Addiction is a chronic disease that affects everyone who suffers from it differently. As a result, there are a variety of treatment options available, and some approaches work better than...

An Overview of Non-12-Step Support Groups

The 12-Step model is a popular approach to addiction recovery, and many people find the support structure they need in groups that are based around it, but it is not...

A List of Support Groups for Aftercare Recovery List

Article Snapshot Types of Support Groups Alcoholics Anonymous Narcotics Anonymous Other substance-specific groups Religious and culturally based support groups Groups for women SMART Recovery and other secular or non-12-Step groups...

List of Effective Cognitive Addiction Treatment Therapy Skills

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is considered, by the American Psychological Association, to be an evidence-based form of therapy. That means this particular form of therapy has been studied by experts multiple times, and...

CBT & DBT: What Is the Difference ?

There are all sorts of different tools experts could use to help clients with mental illnesses. They could offer medications to soothe chemical imbalances within the brain. They could provide...

How Are Experiential Therapies Different from Cognitive Psychotherapy?

Therapy plays a key role in an addiction rehab program. Through therapy, you have a chance to explore how the addiction developed and how your thoughts, feelings, and beliefs helped...

Guide to Addiction Treatment Therapy

In 2004, the American Psychological Association (APA) conducted a survey and asked people to identify if they had been to a mental health counselor within the last year, and if not, why...

Support Groups for Co-occurring Disorders

According to the National Institute on Drug Addiction (NIDA) About half of all Americans who are struggling with a substance use disorder are also suffering from a co-occurring mental health...

FAQ: Therapy

There are a range of therapies and treatments that have been researched and proven to be effective in helping people to stabilize in recovery after addiction. Because there is no...

Addiction among Socioeconomic Groups

When addiction information and data is broken down by socioeconomic status, we can learn more about how certain groups of people are using substances. Often, socioeconomic status is measured by...

Therapy at Sunrise House

Therapy is one of the most effective tools in combatting addiction and paving a clear path to recovery. Therapy sessions allow individuals to talk through their insecurities, weaknesses, and triggers,...

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