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Rehab-Recovery 101: Addressing Addiction and Shame in Doctors and Nurses

“Once we realize that imperfect understanding is the human condition, there is no shame in being wrong, only in failing to correct our mistakes.” – George Soros   Having been in recovery for 22-plus years, I must say it seems rare for me to hear someone has easily admitted to having a problem with alcohol…

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TMS Therapy for Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD)

Anxiety is our body’s natural alarm system. It helps us stay safe and make the right decisions. Some form of anxiety is essential for us, and it is an inevitable part of our nature. However, if you feel that you worry more than usual, have an unrealistic view of your problems, suffer from uncontrollable worrisome…

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Addiction Treatment for Doctors

Doctors have the highest rate of addiction out of all other professionals. More than 100,000 doctors in the United States struggle with drug abuse or addiction, and the most common drug of choice is a narcotic – oxycodone or fentanyl. Why Doctors Become Addicted to Drugs Being a medical professional is not easy. There’s a…

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Having Discomfort Quitting Pot? A Review of the Physical & Mental Effects of Cannabis Withdrawal

If you’ve been smoking marijuana regularly for some time and recently stopped, ask yourself: “Did I experience any of the following within 1-4 days of quitting?” Depressed mood. Restlessness. Panic attacks. Difficulty falling asleep. High anxiety levels. Irritability. Persistent headache. Queasy stomach/no appetite. A “yes” to any (or a number) of these may indicate you…

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Online Options at BoardPrep Recovery Center

The following services and programs are now available, when clinically appropriate, online at BoardPrep Recovery Center. Evaluation Day/Night Treatment (also known as PHP) Intensive Outpatient (IOP) Outpatient Alumni Support Group Family Education Group Family Sessions One-to-one sessions Group Therapy Twelve Step Meetings Psychiatric medication management Please contact our Admissions Office at 866.796.4720 for more information.

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COVID-19 Prevention Plan and Response

As an essential health service, BoardPrep Recovery Center continues to serve the community by delivering life-saving treatment services for substance use disorders and psychiatric illnesses. In addition to Universal Precautions to prevent transmission of contagious illnesses, already in place at BoardPrep, we have also implemented the following practices: Online (Telehealth) options are now being offered…

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Addiction Treatment for Nurses

Nurses are some of the most overworked professionals in the United States. Not only do they work long hours, but they must endure physical and emotional demands that most other professionals do not. Unfortunately, with easy access to prescription medications, many nurses find themselves in the throes of addiction. Nurses Who Struggle with Addiction Nurses…