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Gender and Bipolar Disorder: Addressing the Challenges of Bipolar Disorder for Women

Gender and Bipolar Disorder: Addressing the Challenges of Bipolar Disorder for Women

Bipolar disorder is a highly prevalent mental health disorder that impacts millions of people in the U.S. every year. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), 40 million people worldwide experience difficulties with bipolar disorder, particularly bipolar I. Moreover, bipolar disorder does not discriminate, as it occurs at an equal rate among men and women.

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Trauma Treatment: Understanding the Connection Between Trauma and Mental Health

Trauma Treatment: Understanding the Connection Between Trauma and Mental Health

When women have a history of trauma, their mental health is commonly affected negatively. While each woman’s experience is unique, this connection is common. The combination of trauma and mental health challenges is very tough and often makes it difficult for women to heal their mental health and move forward. Fortunately, understanding this connection can

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Cognitive Improvement Programs: Support Brain Health in Recovery

Cognitive Improvement Programs: Support Brain Health in Recovery

Addiction is a disease that impacts the brain, hijacking the pleasure centers of the brain to drive an individual to continued use of drugs or alcohol. As a result, it is important to recover cognitive processes and rebalance the brain. Cognitive improvement programs at New Creation Recovery support brain health, helping clients manage stress, overcome

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Gender-Responsive Treatment: Exploring the Link Between Gender and Co-Occurring Disorders

Gender-Responsive Treatment: Exploring the Link Between Gender and Co-Occurring Disorders

One of the challenges of traditional rehab is a hyper-focus on abstinence, which does not account for the root cause of substance use disorder (SUD). In reality, SUD often co-occurs with other mental health disorders, which impacts the way you experience addiction. According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), approximately 21.5

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Discovering Your Purpose in Recovery Through Building Life Skills

Discovering Your Purpose in Recovery Through Building Life Skills

Making changes is difficult. However, when you are struggling with addiction it is necessary. In life coaching and individual counseling through treatment at New Creation Recovery, you work with a counselor who helps you to make changes, including building life skills. A helpful technique is to discover your purpose. When you have a firm grasp

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Navigating the Opioid Crisis: Strategies for Women's Recovery

Navigating the Opioid Crisis: Strategies for Women’s Recovery

Over 16 million people globally and 2.1 million in the United States have opioid use disorder (OUD). Moreover, as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) notes, more than 75% of drug-related overdose deaths have involved opioids. The statistics highlight the depth of the opioid crisis that has taken its toll on entire communities

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How You Can Learn Honesty at New Creation Recovery

How You Can Learn Honesty at New Creation Recovery

Some people find it challenging to be honest about their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors during treatment for substance use disorder (SUD). Trauma and other underlying factors may influence how you present yourself to others. According to Scientific Reports, “Personal values . . . guide humans’ attitudes and behavior, [which] makes them an essential component of

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