Understanding Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Some people in recovery tend to struggle with negative self-talk. When it comes to addiction, cognitive behavioral therapy can be a great tool to reframe those thoughts and behaviors. Here's why.
Navigating Recovery with Labyrinth Walking
What Is a Labyrinth? The structure’s namesake, the Labyrinth of Knossos, was an elaborate, maze-like trap designed by the Ancient Greek architect Daedalus for Minos, King of Crete, to hold […]
The Sweat Lodge: Healing with Heat
Sweat lodges are sacred indigenous structures that heal the mind and body. Keep reading to discover how they can benefit your recovery.
Top Questions People Have About Addiction Treatment
If you and your loved ones have never been through this process before, then the whole experience can seem intimidating or even scary. Before you begin to panic and put off going to treatment for your addiction altogether, we have answers to some of the most common questions individuals struggling with addiction ask.
How Is Trauma Linked to Addiction?
For many who experience a trauma, the shock and hurt dissipates with time. Others, however, may turn to substances and develop addictions.
19 of the Best LGBTQ+ Books
These 19 reads are the best LGBTQ+ books for learning about the complexities of queerness from experts and community members.
A Year of Step, Through My Eyes
While not everyone’s path to healing looks the same, for many, the journey to sobriety includes learning about the 12 Steps of AA (Alcoholics Anonymous). But could the steps also help someone who isn’t in recovery?