A woman dealing with depression at work

Recognizing Depression at Work

Can your job make you depressed? The answer is a resounding “yes,” and workplace depression is more common than you might think. Depression at work doesn’t usually go away on its own. Depression treatment for professionals can provide support with handling work-related depression so that your job doesn’t leave you feeling drained. BoardPrep Recovery Center®

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Recognizing Depression in Young Adults

Depression is a serious mental health condition that affects millions of people worldwide, including many young adults. Depression can appear different for everyone. It is often characterized by persistent feelings of sadness, hopelessness, and a loss of interest in activities that were once enjoyable. Moreover, depression can have a significant impact on a person’s quality…

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Does Mental Health Treatment Come Before Addiction Treatment?

Many people struggle with mental health and addiction at the same time. In these situations, people have co-occurring disorders. At face value, it may seem best to treat mental health and addiction separately, and for decades, that was the norm. Practitioners would address a mental health disorder and move on to dealing with addiction after…

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What Is Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy?

Over the years, drug addiction has become a part of your life, but you’re ready to end that substance abuse. Thankfully, cognitive-behavioral therapy in Tampa, FL, and other care options can help you here. But what is cognitive-behavioral therapy, and how does it manage the dangers of addiction? Learning more about this process will ensure…

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Latest Data Indicates Pandemic Spurring Rise in Overdose Deaths

“The concerns we have are related to the big challenges people are facing right now with COVID-19: isolation and uncertainty resulting in very high levels of stress.” — Nora Volkow, Director of the National Institute for Drug Abuse (NIDA)   According to a White House drug policy office analysis, there was a significant rise (11.4%)…