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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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ACEs, Trauma and Addiction

ACEs, Trauma and Addiction

"Trauma" has become a household word in the last few decades, but a subset of trauma known as "adverse childhood experiences" (ACEs) is not as widely used. If you don't consider these "ACEs" to be trauma, you may be unaware of their impact on your health and...

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How to Tell if You Are in a Toxic Relationship

How to Tell if You Are in a Toxic Relationship

Being in a relationship can be a wonderful experience, but it can also be challenging. Sometimes, relationships can become toxic. A toxic relationship can be emotionally and psychologically damaging. Unfortunately, it's not always easy to recognize when you're in one....

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Living with Gratitude

Living with Gratitude

One important piece in the early steps of your recovery journey can lead to mental and physical well-being, increased happiness, improved relationships, reduced stress, better sleep, and enhanced overall life satisfaction. What is it? It's adopting a sense of...

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ADHD and Substance Use Disorders

ADHD and Substance Use Disorders

ADHD typically first appears in childhood but when left untreated, it can last through the teenage years and well into adulthood. One risk factor of neglecting the need for treatment is the increased risk of developing a substance use disorder (SUD). In this blog...

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How to Support Someone with Complex PTSD

How to Support Someone with Complex PTSD

Supporting a woman who is living with Complex Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (C-PTSD) requires a compassionate and understanding approach. If you have a close friend or family member with C-PTSD, there are ways to equip yourself to be part of their much-needed support...

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Complex PTSD Triggers in Relationships

Complex PTSD Triggers in Relationships

A history of abuse during childhood is one factor in women developing Complex Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (C-PTSD). You may not be aware of how C-PTSD differs from PTSD and how C-PTSD affects relationships and the impact it is having on your family, work, and...

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Can EMDR Help Women in Addiction Recovery?

Can EMDR Help Women in Addiction Recovery?

Amber Wrye LPC, LCDC, EMDR II, Program Director for Hannah’s House EMDR, or Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, is a psychotherapy technique that has been gaining popularity in recent years for its effectiveness in treating various mental health conditions....

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Link Between Physical and Mental Health

Link Between Physical and Mental Health

Your mental health has a significant impact on your overall well-being. Being in a positive mental state can help you stay healthy and prevent significant health problems. Poor mental health, on the other side, can lead to poor physical health and potentially risky...

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How to Talk About Anxiety

How to Talk About Anxiety

It can be uncomfortable to talk about anxiety with others. Because anxiety is so personal, discussing it with others may feel like something that you don't want to do. However, by opening up to others, whether it's your partner, family, friends, or coworkers, you can...

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