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  • 23-Feb-2017

    What Are Synthetic Drugs?

    At Therapeutic Solutions PC, we have treated many individuals who have suffered from drug or substance abuse addiction. The most common types of substance abuse that we have seen include cocaine, marijuana, methamphetamines, ecstasy, and heroin. Many ...
  • 22-Feb-2017

    Starting Over After a Relapse

    One thing that we always stress to everyone trying to overcome addiction—recovery is an ever-evolving and growing process. It does not end when your treatment ends or when you walk out the doors of the facility. Overcoming addiction begins with ...
  • 21-Feb-2017

    Pregnant Women and the Fight Against Addiction

    At Therapeutic Solutions PC, we understand that many pregnant women are currently dealing with addiction in many forms. We know that kicking an addiction is one thing, but it becomes necessary when one is carrying life inside of them. The Substance ...
  • 20-Feb-2017

    Is a Diet Pill Addiction an Eating Disorder?

    Diet pill addiction has become a serious issue in recent years, particularly for those who are suffering from an eating disorder. This is because most of us do not realize that diet pills can become a source of addiction for some. It may be due in ...
  • 13-Feb-2017

    How Do Drugs Alter the Brain?

    Most of us are already aware that drugs have a tremendous effect on the brain. Many people feel a “rush” from drugs, of course depending on the type of drug and the individual. Those same chemicals that make us feel good, however, also ...
  • 6-Feb-2017

    The Use of Marijuana & Rehab

    Undoubtedly, the 2016 election brought to light many controversial issues that face our nation. One of those matters involved the discussion of whether or not marijuana should be decriminalized. California was one of the more than 25 states that ...
  • 29-Jan-2016

    Understanding Transgenerational Trauma

    Some life events are so difficult and overwhelming that they seem unbearable to the sufferer. That burden is often carried in part by family members, friends, and loved ones. But what about the next generation? Some believe that the effects of trauma ...
  • 15-Jan-2016

    Codependency & Self Care

    Codependency is defined as “excessive emotional or psychological reliance on a partner, typically a partner who requires support due to an illness or addiction.” In a codependent relationship, one or both parties may be dependent on the ...
  • 21-Dec-2015

    Impacts of Adolescent Substance Abuse

    What are the consequences of substance abuse on young people—particularly, those going through adolescence? Adolescence is typically defined as the period between the ages of 13 and 18. During this stage of life, a young person experiences ...
  • 14-Dec-2015

    Cannabis & Mental Health

    As cannabis continues to be legalized across the U.S. and becomes more and more accessible for people and patients alike, it is important to understand how this drug can impact mental health. Research has shown a strong connection between regular ...
  • 7-Dec-2015

    Managing Depression & Mental Health During the Holidays

    Depression affects more than 14.8 million adults in the U.S. For those struggling with depression, the holiday season can be anything but the most wonderful time of the year. In fact, for most people with depression and mental health disorders, the ...
  • 20-Nov-2015

    Increased Risk for Suicide Following Hospitalization

    There are numerous factors that put a person at a higher risk for suicide. Among those include depression, substance abuse, previous suicide attempts, and tragic life events. One of the most subtle and dangerous ones? Recent discharge from a ...