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Posts filed under: Mental Health

Dual Diagnosis Interventions

Living with substance use disorder and mental illness can be really tough. If you or a loved one is in this situation, it’s normal to feel scared, exhausted, and unsure of how to continue. Fortunately, treatment is available to help people who have a mental health disorder and addiction or dependency. When both conditions are...... Read More

Supporting a Loved One with Mental Health

When a friend or family member is struggling with an undiagnosed mental health condition, it can be challenging to determine how to give them the appropriate mental health support. Most people are unclear on how to assist their loved ones without upsetting them, but it’s important to seek help with mental health as soon as...... Read More

Mental Health Conditions in Adolescents

If you’ve ever noticed behavioral or mood changes in your child, it can be challenging to identify the cause. You may wonder if it’s just a phase or something they may outgrow. As a result, it’s difficult to differentiate between normal adolescent changes in mood and the warning signs of poor mental health in children....... Read More

What is a Mental Health Case Manager?

When a loved one is struggling with a mental health condition, it can be confusing to navigate the treatment process on your own. There are many challenges and questions that may arise when trying to find the right health care professionals or treatment options. That is where an experienced case manager can step in and...... Read More

What is a Mental Health Intervention?

When a loved one is struggling with a significant mental health condition, it can be overwhelming for everyone involved. This is especially true if the individual is resistant to help, or in denial, and won’t acknowledge that there is a problem. In these situations, it can be beneficial to perform a mental health intervention. This will not only help...... Read More

What are Co-Occurring Disorders?

When treating alcohol and substance use disorders (SUDs), or mental health conditions, it’s important for medical professionals to recognize if co-occurring disorders are present. A co-occurring disorder, also called comorbidity, or dual diagnosis, is a medical issue that occurs either simultaneously, or successively after another disease. These conditions may be mental, physical, or a combination...... Read More