repairing relationships

Repairing Relationships After Sex Addiction

If you or someone you love has been struggling with any addiction, you know that repairing relationships is typically a necessary part of ongoing treatment. However, when you struggle with sex addiction, you may find that personal relationships can be especially difficult to repair. Cheating in romantic relationships or imposition of unwanted feelings, or crossing…

co-occurring disorders

Treating Co-Occurring Disorders

It can be extremely difficult for any individual to acquire the needed coping mechanisms for their mental health conditions. Because of this, many individuals turn to substance abuse to regulate their emotions and body responses. In addiction treatment, this is known as comorbidity or having co-occurring disorders. Finding the right treatment for co-occurring disorders is…

Binge Drinking and Young Adults

Binge Drinking and Young Adults

Many people think of binge drinking as a problem that is overwhelmingly experienced by college students hoping to unwind on a Saturday night. While this specific type of alcohol abuse is often observed in young adults, they may not be the only ones affected by their drinking habits. Substance abuse can carry serious financial, emotional,…

The Importance of Individualized Therapy: Outpatient, Inpatient, and Group Therapy (EP 5)

On February 8, 2021, Craig James was invited by John Whitbeck, Managing Partner at Whitbeck Bennett Family Law, to talk on his podcast, The Mind Itself.  They discussed levels of care, specifically when outpatient and inpatient treatment is appropriate for mental health and substance use therapy. Check out the podcast here. Insight Into Action Therapy…