Therapy for Drug Addiction

Therapy for Drug Addiction

Drug addiction is a chronic, deadly condition characterized by compulsive and uncontrollable drug-seeking behavior and drug use despite harmful consequences and changes in brain chemistry. Drug addiction is also a relapsing disease. Relapse involves the return to drug use after recognizing the consequences and trying to stop using drugs. Contact Crestview Recovery to learn more…

Recognizing Enabling Behavior

Recognizing Enabling Behavior

There’s a massive disparity between the number of people who need addiction treatment and those who seek it. This leaves many people wondering how this could ever be the case. To these people, not seeking treatment indicates that people want to remain in addiction. Others simply don’t see the value of undergoing rehab treatment or…

Overcoming Codependency

Overcoming Codependency

Mental health concerns often intersect with substance use disorders. This is evident in the behavioral problem of codependency. Many times these two conditions exist side by side. This makes it especially difficult for those with substance abuse issues to break free from the cycle of addiction. As a result, some people imagine that they’ll never…