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New Dimensions Now Provides Telemedicine Services

In order to continue to meet the needs of individuals who are struggling with mental health or substance abuse issues, New Dimensions has now created a telemedicine option. Our telehealth programs allow you and your family to continue to receive intensive mental health or substance abuse treatment without having to be physically present at one of our area locations. If you live anywhere in Texas and are in crisis because of depression, anxiety, panic attacks, trauma, PTSD, bipolar disorder, alcohol abuse, or other mental health or substance abuse issues, New Dimensions can help.  Text

Tuesday, March 31, 2020

How to Cope with the Stress from the Coronavirus Pandemic

These are unprecedented times. The world has slowed dramatically as we all try to find ways of slowing the spread of the coronavirus. Our daily routines have been turned upside down as restaurants and schools have closed and travel, events, and gatherings have all been curtailed. The concerns of contracting the virus and the uncertainty of the financial toll that it is taking on our society has created increased stress and anxiety for many of those around us. While the coronavirus clearly creates increased health risks, it also is creating an increased risk to the mental and emotional well-being of those who are already struggling with depression, anxiety, substance abuse, or other mental health issues. Text

Wednesday, March 18, 2020

Effectively Managing Anger

Everyone experiences anger, but not everyone manages their anger effectively. Listed below are some steps that you can take to manage anger more effectively. Text

Tuesday, March 10, 2020

How to Cope with Being a Single Parent

In the best of circumstances, parenting can be difficult. When you are a single parent, it is even more difficult. Listed below are some steps that you can take to help you navigate the challenges of being a single parent. Text

Tuesday, March 03, 2020

Overcoming Fear During the Process of Recovery from Alcohol and Drug Abuse

One of the most important topics to discuss when getting sober is the aspect of fear. Fear usually dominates the thought process when substance abuse is active. Fear is a prominent part of anyone’s’ life, and more so for the substance user who feels their very existence is contingent on the ability to get the substance they need in order just to make it through one more day. The user justifiably feels that there are a lot of pressures in their life. The fear is that without their drug of choice they will not be able to handle these pressures, and the truth is they are probably right. They will not be able to handle them until they become part of the world of Recovery.  Text

Tuesday, February 25, 2020

Stages of Change in Addiction

Just like other health issues, Addiction and the recovery from, has a process than can be tracked and followed. Knowing about this process is helpful in determining where an individual is in that process, what can be expected next, and if progress is being made in the process. When examining addiction with yourself in mind or possibly the concern for a loved one it is important to remember that no two situations are alike and the circumstances from one individual to another can vary widely. Therefore, the information on the Stages of Change in Addiction is meant to be a guidepost to help the individual track progress in the journey of stepping out of the downward spiral that often comes with chemical dependence. Text

Monday, February 17, 2020

Common Reactions in the Aftermath of a Traumatic Experience or Traumatic Event

The list below is intended to provide you an outline of some of the most common experiences that people have after living through a traumatic event. Some people experience all of these reactions, while others may experience only a few of these reactions. Text

Thursday, January 30, 2020

IOP for Mental Health

If you are looking for an IOP for mental health issues, New Dimensions can help.New Dimensions has Intensive Outpatient Programs for both adolescents and adults.We have locations in Katy, The Woodlands, and the Clear Lake area of Houston, Texas. Our programs are designed to help individuals and families who need intensive treatment, but who don’t require inpatient hospitalization. Some of the areas that we treat include: Text

Tuesday, January 21, 2020

How to Prevent PTSD

Trauma can happen to anyone.In fact, current estimates are that as many as 70% of adults in the US have experienced trauma in their lives. Of those who experience trauma, around 20% develop PTSD as a result of their experiences.In order to help you prevent a traumatic event from developing into PTSD, we have listed some steps that you can take. Text

Thursday, January 16, 2020

Worthwhile New Year Resolutions

In the spirit of beginning the New Year with worthwhile resolutions, I have listed a few ideas to get you started. Text

Tuesday, December 31, 2019

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