There are things you can do to improve the likelihood of a positive outcome from an intervention. These tips can help you approach an intervention with confidence.
To sum it up, “the body has a very powerful mechanism (self-regulation) that assists us with adapting to new situations and challenges. Even though it does not always choose the best solution to rise to the occasion, the brain has an incredible capacity to learn from experience.
Our bodies and our brains are built with healing mechanisms already embedded in them. Think about when you’ve cut your finger; have you ever watched how, over time, the skin molds back together? The only time this doesn’t occur is if something is blocking the way or reinstating the cut. So, healing is allowed to happen. The bandage doesn’t heal it; it’s a catalyst for keeping your healing body on track. So is the case with EMDR.
Neurofeedback therapy is a process of monitoring the brain’s behavior by way of its electrical signals and using that information to reinforce positive brain behavior. This results in improved brain function and increased awareness of the role the brain’s chemical and electrical behavior plays in the decision making process.
Florida-based recovery center Gulf Breeze Recovery, like other drug and alcohol rehabilitation facilities, utilizes the resources of therapists, professional medical staff, and individualized plans to support guests after leaving the facility. So what sets the Gulf Breeze Recovery experience apart?
How a Holistic “inside-out” approach can empower you to do more than overcome addiction!Holistic rehab works. At Gulf Breeze Recovery, we employ a comprehensive “inside-out” approach to recovery that focuses …
Here’s a basic explanation of the difference between Non-12 Step Treatment and traditional alcohol and drug rehabilitation. In 1935, in a culture absent of treatment or solutions for those addicted to alcohol or other drugs, an alcoholic named Bill W. experienced a self-proclaimed “spiritual awakening” while lying in a hospital bed. At that moment, he…
In today’s society, alcohol or other substances (legal and illegal) are often used in social settings. Many people equate “partying” with using substances. Depending on the drug, sometimes it may be unclear as to whether the use is someone socializing or someone developing a problem.