Acupuncture Therapy and Mental Health

Acupuncture is a process that helps heal the mind and body. The practice originated in China and, through the centuries, grew in popularity. Today, acupuncture helps those with health issues like substance addiction and mental health disorders. Acupuncture began as a philosophy and became a medicinal form of therapy. From Taoist philosophy to everyday uses, acupuncture benefits mental health. Where Philosophy and Healing Meet The practice of acupuncture blends Taoist philosophy with therapeutic techniques.

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Struggling With Betrayal Trauma

Trauma doesn’t need a degree of physical harm to carry an intense weight. Betrayal trauma is a kind of emotional trauma that still greatly impacts one’s life, affecting everything from how an individual sees relationships to how they see themselves. While it may be a commonly overlooked type of trauma, it is still a very pervasive trauma that continues to affect individuals whether they are overtly aware of it or not. Understanding betrayal trauma is essential in identifying the need for change in one’s life, all while helping an individual contextualize their feelings, experiences, and more, to embrace a recovery strategy to navigate their tumultuous emotional state and move towards a healthy future. What Is Betrayal Trauma?  Betrayal trauma is a traumatic experience that is pervasive across relationships of all kinds, from romantic partners to one’s childhood relationship with their parents or guardians.

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PTSD and Complex PTSD: What Are the Differences?

Trauma comes in many forms, from the loss of a pet or loved one to witnessing violence or living through natural disasters. However, because of the different sources of trauma and exposure to these harrowing events, different classifications of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) can develop. PTSD and complex post-traumatic stress disorder (C-PTSD) may have several similarities, but there are also key differences between the two anxiety disorders that can dictate the need for a unique approach to one’s healing process. Exploring these differences can help each individual better understand their unique situation while implementing more directed recovery approaches pertinent to their diagnosis. Understanding PTSD  PTSD is a complicated anxiety disorder that results from experiencing an extraordinarily traumatic event.

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How to Help Someone Suffering From Depression

Depression and sadness is something we all experience at some point in our life. Often, these feelings go away after a few days. Not everyone’s depression or sadness goes away, though. Sometimes a loved one is diagnosed with a form of depression. Depression, if untreated, can cause health and relationship issues.

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How Do I Know If I Am Enabling My Loved One?

When a person you love is hurting themselves, your first thought is to help them. However, if they don’t change their behavior, their habits can cause severe harm or grave damage to themselves or others. So what can you do to help them instead of enabling their behavior? Enabling Your Loved One A person who enables their loved one is someone who allows their loved one’s acts of destruction to continue. However, many people, including you, may not understand they are enabling a loved one.

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The Roots of an Eating Disorder

Eating disorders affect anyone. Your age, race, ethnicity, gender, body weight, or size doesn’t matter. Often an eating disorder starts when a person is a teenager or a young adult. However, you may be one of the few people who developed an eating disorder when you were a child or an adult. 3 Common Eating Disorders The three well-known eating disorders are anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and binge-eating disorder.

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Loss: The Process of Grief and Acceptance

Losing a loved one is never easy. No matter the differences in the way grief is experienced, loss is a globally shared concept. Loss, in all different forms, is a natural occurrence that often can’t be prevented, no matter how much someone tries. Loss can be so intense that it can lead someone into a downward spiral of depression or self-harm. An individual can get stuck inside a dark cycle during the process of grief after a loss, which can be challenging.

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Equine-Assisted Therapy: How Connecting With Horses Heals the Body and Mind

People find different avenues to heal themselves from addiction or trauma; it can be regular therapy sessions or finding some activities that healthily stimulate the brain. Nowadays, there are so many different options for someone to choose what therapies work the best for them in the healing process. One of the many options available is equine-assisted therapy, which uses horses to work through issues. This form of therapy is becoming more popular as time goes on, but some people may be apprehensive about it because it involves interactions with a horse. Learning more about equine-assisted therapy can help individuals decide whether this form of treatment may fit their needs. The Effectiveness of Equine Therapy Part of your recovery from addiction or trauma may be recognizing what is being affected around you because of the problems you may be facing.

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CEO, Thomas Isbell & Chairman of the Board, Roy Serpa Become Sole Partners of Sabino Recovery

Sabino Recovery is proud to announce that CEO, Thomas Isbell and Chairman of the Board, Roy M. Serpa have become sole partners of Sabino Recovery. This partnership will bring a unique vision to the management of the organization with both parties offering their own unique skill sets and leadership approaches to achieve a unified vision for the future of Sabino Recovery and the treatment programs offered. Thomas/Roy and the current leadership team would like to “greatly thank” the prior investors for their unending support of Sabino Recovery in its early stages of start-up and transformation.

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