Category Archives: Rehab

Can Teletherapists Prescribe Medication?

Can Teletherapists Prescirbe

Growing numbers of people are turning to online therapy for help with mental health issues like anxiety or depression. In that process, one common question that comes up is whether teletherapists can prescribe medication. We’ll explore this and other related questions, starting with what a teletherapist does…. What Is a Teletherapist? Teletherapists are like traditional […]

Teletherapy for Specific Mental Health Conditions: A Deep Dive

Can teletherapy help with specific mental health disorders

Telehealth services have become increasingly popular in recent years, with nearly four in 10 Americans reporting that they’ve met with mental or medical health care professionals virtually. Additionally, of those with experience in using telehealth services, more than half said they would use telehealth services for mental health care, and about a third said that […]

The Importance of Case Management for Better Mental Health

The Importance of Case Management for Better Mental Health

Mental health in America is in crisis. Millions of individuals live with mental illnesses. Many of these same individuals could benefit from treatment in an inpatient setting, including case management. In the sections that follow, we’ take a look at this important feature of treatment and explore what makes it a life-saving pathway to better […]

CBT for Chronic Pain? How Therapy Helps

CBT for Chronic Pain? How Therapy Helps

According to the CDC, an estimated 51.6 million people in the United States experienced chronic pain in 2021. That’s no small number, and it’s no small problem. Chronic pain can be debilitating for those who experience it, affecting their ability to work, maintain relationships and enjoy life the way they deserve. Fortunately, there are viable […]

The Family’s Role in Supporting Recovery from Addiction

The Family's Role in Supporting Recovery from Addiction

Watching a loved one struggling with addiction can be incredibly difficult for their family. For the families of some 46% of American adults — with just over a fifth of those people dealing with the combined effects of alcohol and drugs — it’s common to feel frustration and a sense of hopelessness. Substance abuse disorder […]

What “Neurodivergent” and “Neurotypical” Mean

What "Neurodivergent" and "Neurotypical" Mean

Everyone’s brain has its strengths and weaknesses. Some have stronger memories, while others can concentrate for longer periods. The neurodiversity theory acknowledges that while everyone thinks differently, some people have unique thought patterns that others mislabel as a disability or disease. Contrary to social stigmas, neurodivergent people are just as capable as others. Their brains […]

Can You Go to Rehab for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

Can You go to rehab for ocd?

Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is a common, chronic disorder in which a person has uncontrollable, repetitive thoughts or behaviors. Often, the person has lived with this condition for a while and does not remember life before it, so they aren’t necessarily aware they even have OCD. And yet, treatment for OCD is essential to lessen the […]

Most Common Fears of Being Hospitalized for a Mental Illness

Most common fears about mental health hospitalization

No one knows you like you know yourself. When you’re struggling, sometimes your friends notice and intervene to suggest you need help. Other times, you cover up your struggles so well that only you know you need help. If you think you are in danger and can benefit from hospitalization, it’s important to seek professional […]