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3 Benefits of Group Therapy Activities

Added ByThe Willows at Red OakThe Willows at Red OakMeet The Editorial TeamPublished: May 16, 2022Updated: May 24, 2022Being part of a group can offer additional emotional support and positivity that individual therapy techniques can sometimes struggle to capture. This is the main reason why group therapy activities are commonly prescribed aspects of a well-rounded…

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Family Therapy Activities for You and Your Family

Added ByThe Willows at Red OakThe Willows at Red OakMeet The Editorial TeamPublished: May 13, 2022Updated: May 24, 2022The family is the foundation of a support network for people around the world. This is why family therapy can be so beneficial for families where one or more individuals are using drugs and alcohol. They need…

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Individual Therapy and Who Can Benefit from It

Added ByThe Willows at Red OakThe Willows at Red OakMeet The Editorial TeamPublished: May 6, 2022Updated: May 10, 2022Individual therapy is a form of psychotherapy that can benefit individuals who are going through recovery and require assistance. The techniques that individual therapy providers use are able to help address a variety of emotional difficulties and…

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Try These Simple Tips for Relapse Prevention

Added ByThe Willows at Red OakThe Willows at Red OakMeet The Editorial TeamAuthored BySharon FindlaySharon Findlay read morePublished: February 1, 2022Updated: February 18, 2022Overcoming an addiction is a tremendous feat. For many, it requires consistent and persistent maintenance to prevent the risk of resuming the use of drugs or alcohol. Whether you are searching for…

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4 Common Holiday Triggers

Added ByThe Willows at Red OakThe Willows at Red OakMeet The Editorial TeamAuthored BySharon FindlaySharon Findlay read morePublished: December 8, 2021Updated: December 21, 2021For many people, holidays are joyous occasions that bring family and friends together. However, for those in recovery, the holidays can be filled with endless addiction triggers that lead to relapse. This…

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Staying Sober for the Holidays

Added ByThe Willows at Red OakThe Willows at Red OakMeet The Editorial TeamAuthored By read morePublished: December 7, 2021Updated: December 21, 2021For anyone recovering or dealing with addiction, the holidays are a trying time. It’s common for people to get together during the holidays with family and friends. Unfortunately, it’s also common for these and…

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Overcoming Disordered Eating Triggers During the Holidays

Added ByThe Willows at Red OakThe Willows at Red OakMeet The Editorial TeamAuthored By read morePublished: December 1, 2021Updated: December 8, 2021Food and family are two hallmarks of the holiday season. Sharing big meals is often a staple of family get-togethers and holiday celebrations. For people struggling who suffer from disordered eating, the holidays may…