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How Marijuana Use Complicates Bipolar Disorder

People with bipolar disorder abuse marijuana more than any other drug. Some are trying to self-medicate their bipolar symptoms. Medical marijuana isn’t an approved method for treating bipolar disorder in states where medical cannabis is legal. The combination of marijuana and bipolar disorder can make an already diff...

Does Drug Relapse Mean I Need to Go Back to Treatment?

No one gets sober with the intention of relapsing, but it happens. In fact, it happens quite a lot.Addiction relapse rates hover between 40% and 60%. Try not to beat yourself up. While you shouldn’t diminish the significance of a drug relapse, it’s what you do next that’s most important. I Relapsed. Now What...

Can My Marriage Survive Drug Addiction?

Allison came to a support group meeting desperately seeking insight into how to save her marriage. Her husband of 10 years had developed a drug addiction after extended use of opioid pain medicine. She knew his behavior had changed, but she was in denial for many months. Her husband was becoming more moody and withdraw...

Pain Management Treatment – Then and Now

By Robert Matylewicz, DO, ABAM, Medical Director at Clarity WayPain management treatment has come a long way over the last couple decades. When I first started practicing medicine in the late 1990s, if a patient had a back injury, you’d write them a prescription for 30-40 tabs of Vicodin or Percocet and have them...

Demystifying Hypnotherapy

By Jack Gilbert, LCSW, Certified Hypnotherapist, Director of Clinical Services at Clarity WayHypnosis is a state of human consciousness involving heightened, focused attention, reduced peripheral awareness and an enhanced capacity to respond to suggestion.(more…)...

Is Dissociation Healthy for People With Addiction?

People who experience unbearable trauma as children often dissociate from the experience―both in the moment and as they grow―because the pain of the experience runs deep. Unless they have therapeutic help or a supportive caregiver who can guide them through it, they tend to store trauma away and may even pretend it...

Why It’s Important to Have 12-Step Alternatives

By Robert Matylewicz, DO, ABAM, Medical Director at Clarity WayTwelve-step alternatives are just as effective as the 12 Steps, according to a recent study by the Alcohol Research Group. As the first of its kind, the study looked at over 600 participants’ self-reported outcomes of support group involvement and sub...

What Is Hypnoanalgesia?

The use of hypnoanalgesia (the use of hypnotic suggestion to alleviate pain) can be traced back to the 15th century, although the first clinically detailed literature on hypnosis for pain is attributed to the famous Spanish physician, Santiago Ramón y Cajal.(more…)...

Coping with Social Anxiety at Work

From all outer appearances, one would never guess one of the world’s top supermodels struggles with social anxiety. Bella Hadid, who graced five Vogue covers, two Elle covers and one Harper’s Bazaar cover in September 2017 alone, is one of an estimated 17 million adults in the U.S. affected by social anxiety disord...

Drug and Alcohol Rehab: Designing the Right Plan for You

For many people, admitting they have an addiction is a significant first step on the path to recovery. It’s important to do research, just like you would with any other major investment. But surprisingly, many people don’t. A good starting point is a treatment directory, a source of information for people seeking a...

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