Common Types of Depression

Depression is the leading cause of disability worldwide. In the United States, depression impacts millions of adolescents and adults. Depression does not occur in a bubble. When someone suffers from depression, its impacts are also felt by friends and family. Depression is a complex mental health disorder that affects different people differently. Further, different types…

functioning depression

Living with Functioning Depression

Depression is one of the most common mental health disorders throughout the world. Since the inception of COVID-19, reported rates of depression have spiked dramatically. More than just temporary feelings of sadness that everyone experiences from time to time, clinical depression significantly impacts a person’s ability to function in daily life. Persistent depressive disorder (PDD)…

trauma and addiction

Trauma and Addiction

There is an indelible link between emotional trauma and addiction to drugs or alcohol. Scarring experiences, even those that have been relegated to an individual’s subconscious memory, continue to influence their daily behaviors and choices for months, years, or even decades after the dust has settled. To achieve lasting sobriety, clients must be offered guidance…

benefits of partial hospitalization programs

Benefits of a Partial Hospitalization Program

Healing from a substance use disorder does not conclude with detox. To set the stage for lasting change, clients must be appropriately supported throughout their transition back to regular life. At Gulf Breeze Recovery, we are committed to creating individualized recovery plans that allow for the best chance of long-term success. Contact our team at…

managing holiday stress

Tips for Managing Holiday Stress

Managing holiday stress can be challenging during a typical holiday season, doubly so during your first year in recovery. At Gulf Breeze Recovery, our comprehensive approach includes an anxiety treatment program, allowing you to return to your regular life armed with more healthful (and effective) coping mechanisms than alcohol or drugs. Call our team today…