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Physical and Psychological Drug Withdrawal

It’s a common misconception that all drug withdrawal is the same. In fact, did you know that there are physical and psychological addictions? Each requires its own set of treatments for a lasting recovery. At Soledad House, we offer drug addiction treatment in California for women. Drug Withdrawal Associated with a Physical Addiction Most everyone…

Trauma Therapy

Millions of people struggle with unresolved trauma, which leads to various issues in their lives. Some of them grapple with depression and anxiety, while others turn to drug and alcohol abuse. Many people end up dealing with a combination of problems, including mental health disorders and addiction. If you’ve been unable to move past some…

Behavioral Disorders

People who struggle with addiction don’t purposely set out trying to develop it. Even though they may make choices that eventually lead to drug and alcohol dependency, they’re no longer in control by the time addiction takes over their lives. Often, underlying mental health or behavioral disorders contribute to the development of an addiction. Unless…

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Marijuana and Education

Because of the many higher-level drugs, there is a false belief that cannabis (marijuana, weed, pot) is the least harmful. Although it may not be as overtly obvious, in reality, marijuana abuse ruins lives. Using marijuana and education settings, in particular, do not mix. The former pulls dreams downward, while the latter lifts them upward.…

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Am I Bipolar?

Have you ever wondered why you experience intense emotional highs on some days and severe lows on others? Have you asked yourself, “am I bipolar?” Extreme mood swings from day-to-day could mean that you have bipolar disorder. Definitively answering the question “am I bipolar?” can be difficult. Get a screening from a physician — if you…