Addiction & Recovery
For women recovering from substance use disorders (SUDs), promising research shows mindfulness-based interventions (MBIs) are a good complementary treatment option. A systematic review of 54 studies from the last decade …Continue reading
By Tiya Stokey, Executive Director, Recovery Works Columbus, a drug and alcohol addiction residential treatment center of Pinnacle Treatment Centers
People struggling with alcohol use often enter treatment when their addiction …Continue reading
Mind-body techniques are gaining greater acceptance in our culture. With each passing day, their use in medical settings, schools, and the workplace increases. Their use in alcohol and drug treatment …Continue reading
The more you learn about recovery, the more you learn about yourself.
Recovery is different for everyone, of course, but we can make some generalizations without leaving anyone behind.
Here’s one: the …Continue reading
Alcohol use by pregnant women is a growing health concern across the United States. According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), 15 to 20 percent of pregnant women drink …Continue reading