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New Dimensions provides Intensive Outpatient Treatment to Adolescents and Adults with mental health and substance abuse issues. Some of the issues that we treat include, depression, anxiety, panic attacks, PTSD, trauma, OCD, bipolar disorder, anger issues, suicidal thoughts, severe stress, alcoholism, substance abuse, and addictions. Our team of therapists and psychiatrists can help you identify the causes of your mental health issues and then help you develop the skills you need to effectively manage the stressors of life. Our Online Intensive Outpatient Programs are available to anyone who resides within the state of Texas, including: Text

Tuesday, September 22, 2020

A Big Element of Rehab: It is Time to be an Adult

One of the difficulties that comes with ceasing addiction and learning to live life one day at a time is learning to be an adult. Now on the surface, this seems like a no brainer moment. Due to our age and responsibilities, we assume that we are already adults. The fact is that most people who struggle with addiction still maintain a lot of childlike tendencies. These childlike tendencies occur because addicts and alcoholics never learn to face the stressors and emotions of life without escaping through drugs and alcohol. If you started using when you were a teenager, you probably face life, stress, conflicts, relationships, etc. like a teenager. To become an adult, you have to learn to face the challenges of life with emotional maturity. To help you begin the process of becoming an adult, I have listed some steps that you can take.  Text

Tuesday, September 15, 2020

COVID-19 and The Effects of Chronic Fear on Mental Health

The pandemic of 2020 has caused many people to live in a constant state of fear.While fear is an indispensable survival mechanism that signals the perception of danger, living with chronic fear can have detrimental effects on your overall health. In this piece, we’ll try to understand what fear is and its long-term impacts on mental health.  Text

Tuesday, September 08, 2020

Living Through COVID-19: The Effects of Chronic Stress During a Pandemic

The pandemic has created an environment where many people are living in a constant state of fear and stress. Chronic stress can begin to wear down the body and deplete your emotional reserves. Chronic stress can often exacerbate existing family problems and can lead to unhealthy patterns of living, such as substance abuse and severe weight gain. Chronic stress has been associated with an increase in a number of physical and psychological issues, including: Text

Tuesday, September 01, 2020

Help for Alcoholics and Addicts Who Need More Than Alcoholics Anonymous During Covid – 19

The Covid-19 pandemic has caused a lot of dysfunction in everyday society. This dysfunction can be felt from the new onset of working from home or the ordering of food and essentials online for home delivery. It seems the traditional way of living day to day has changed and it is taking a lot of energy and effort to deal with the “New Normal”. Text

Tuesday, August 25, 2020

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Monday, August 17, 2020

10 Steps to Help You Manage Your Anxiety and Stress About Sending Your Kids to School During the Pandemic

As the school year approaches, many parents are beginning to struggle with the stress and anxiety of sending their kids to school. While no one knows how the next year will play out, there are things that you can do to help minimize your stress and anxiety about the coming year. Listed below are 10 steps that you can take to manage the stress and anxiety of the start of the school year in the age of COVID-19.  Text

Tuesday, August 11, 2020

2020 – The Year of Waiting in the Age of COVID-19

The year 2020 has been a strange year.Many of us have spent the year waiting for something. Some of us are waiting to be laid off, while others are waiting to be called back to work. Some are waiting to return to working at the office, while others are waiting for their unemployment checks to arrive. Some are waiting to be evicted from their homes while others are waiting to be able to leave their homes to do normal activities. Some are waiting to see family or friends while others are waiting to start the process of grieving the loss of friends or family members.Some are waiting for school to start while others are waiting for sports venues to re-open.  Some are waiting for a vaccine for the coronavirus while others are waiting to recover from the virus. We are all waiting for something.I think that most of all, we are waiting for a sense of security and a return to some sense of normalcy. Unfortunately, none of us can predict when that may occur. So, we are all left to find some way of managing the stress and uncertainty while we wait. Text

Monday, August 03, 2020

6 Steps to Decrease Your Stress During Stressful Times

These are stressful times. The coronavirus, social unrest, and economic uncertainty have all added to our already stressful lives. Many of us are socially isolated and limited in our ability to access our normal coping strategies. To help you THRIVE during these stressful times, we have listed 6 steps that you can take to decrease your stress. Text

Tuesday, July 28, 2020

8 Steps to Manage Anxiety Around Wearing Face Masks

Are experiencing anxiety because of the recent requirement to wear face masks in public places? Do you fear having a panic attack when you have a face mask on? If so, we have listed 8 steps that you can take to help you manage your own fears while wearing a face mask. Text

Tuesday, July 21, 2020

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