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Coming Down From the Rehab High: Safeguarding Your Sobriety Long Term

By Jack Gilbert, LCSW, Clinical Director at Clarity Way Recovery from drugs and alcohol doesn’t begin and end in residential addiction treatment. It’s a lifelong journey that takes persistence and hard work. It’s one that doesn’t typically follow a straight line, but zigs and zags, curves, meanders and somet...

The Buzz About Moderate Drinking: Benefits and Risks

By Robert Matylewicz, DO, ABAM, Medical Director at Clarity Way The term “moderate drinking” gets thrown around a lot these days. Seems like every time you turn the corner, there’s a new study proclaiming alcohol’s health benefits or warning of its dangers. Just like any substance that has potential for abus...

Holistic Addiction Treatments Tailored Toward Women

Holistic drug rehab is a unique treatment approach that aims to treat all aspects of those recovering from addiction. It’s a little different than traditional addiction rehab because this approach strives to treat and unify the mind, body and spirit with a variety of therapies, rather than simply treating the symptom...

Is Tramadol the Answer to Quitting Opiates for Good?

Treating addiction often creates ethical challenges. If you could get somebody off heroin, would it be worth it? Even if it meant risking the potential of them getting addicted to another substance? What if using that substance was much safer than using heroin? Would that change your answer? (more…)...

What Are the Success Rates for Drug and Alcohol Rehab?

Going to drug and alcohol rehab in order to overcome an addiction marks the beginning of a new way of life. When you go to an addiction treatment facility, you will go through detoxification, which will break your physical dependence on drugs or alcohol. You will then begin to learn what you need to do when you leave t...

The Repeat Rehab Experience: What If It Takes More Than One Attempt?

Many people think that substance abuse rehab should be a one-time cure for addiction, but the reality is that everyone’s rehab experience is different. While certain therapies—like cognitive behavioral therapy—are highly effective for most people who enroll in drug rehab programs, they do not always work for ever...

Psychological vs. Physical Addiction: 10 Quick Facts

Addiction is a complex combination of physical and psychological factors that all add up to loss of control over a substance or behavior. Addiction psychology sheds light on what can be a confusing process, helping people better understand the dynamics that underlie addiction. (more…)...

Comfort in Recovery: Why Luxury Amenities Make an Important Difference

Overlooking comfort in your choice of rehab facility is a big mistake. You might feel like rehab should be hard and your living conditions should be a little bare, but the reality is very different. Overcoming addiction means tackling long-running psychological and emotional issues, and that is challenging enough witho...

Recognizing and Overcoming Codependency

Codependent relationships are one-sided, unhealthy relationships where one person is highly or completely dependent on another person to meet their emotional and self-esteem needs. At the same time, they enable the other person in the relationship to maintain self-destructive behaviors, such as alcohol or drug abuse.&n...

Stages of Recovery: Threats to Expect in Early and Later Recovery

Recovery from substance abuse can be a very different experience for people at different stages of recovery. At the same time, recovery is a journey full of both joys and challenges. You may find that some of the same challenges that happen in early recovery can reappear in later recovery when you least expect them. (m...

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