Models of Addiction Treatment

  • By Teresa Pitt Green
  • January 20, 2021

Why would survivors and their families care about the different ways addiction is viewed and treated? Most importantly: Many survivors have relied on alcohol or drugs to cope with pain. Understanding views – and biases – helps identify your best options when you are ready to choose a path...

Winter equinox challenges everyone one’s mood and mental health. One of the best protocols is free, and rises every day, sets every night.  Sunshine offers many benefits for physical, mental, emotional, and psychological health. The positive impact is well documented. As more research is conducted, more benefits become clear....

Bipolar at Home

BPHope is a hub of excellent, practical advice for flourishing through smart management of your diagnosed bipolar or borderline condition. Especially helpful for those you love is the section dedicated to caregivers. It includes articles from parents, children, siblings, spouses, and friends of people who have bipolar disorder, including...

By Teresa Pitt Green Many survivors experience a diagnosis of mental illness as another reason to feel shame – and hopeless. People feed that misery. Often they treat a person like their diagnosis – not as a person with a diagnosis. Even people with a mental illness can, without...

By Rev. Kenneth W. Schmidt, MA, LPC, NCC On the path toward recovery, or before recovery efforts have even begun, many survivors experience some degree of difficulty engaging or maintaining relationships. Understanding the underlying dynamics in this struggle can help survivors and loved ones in relationships and also can...

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