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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

How to Connect with Your Family During the Holidays

The holidays are a great time to connect with family and friends. Unfortunately, for many people the holidays can bring stress, frustration, and exhaustion. To keep from falling into this trap, I have listed some things you can do to connect with your family during this holiday season. Text

Tuesday, December 24, 2019

Intrusive Thoughts

If you have ever had intrusive thoughts, you know that they can be disturbing. For some people, intrusive thoughts can become overwhelming and can begin to consume increasing amounts of time, energy, and attention. To get control over these thoughts, it is helpful to first understand some of the most common reasons that intrusive thoughts occur.  Text

Tuesday, December 10, 2019

Mental Health Facilities

New Dimensions Day Treatment Centers has three mental health facilities in the greater Houston area. We provide Partial Hospitalization and Intensive Outpatient Treatment to adolescents and adults who are struggling with mental health or behavioral health issues. Our mental health programs are a great alternative to inpatient psychiatric hospitalization and are ideal for individuals who want intensive treatment in a supportive environment. Our substance abuse programs are also a great alternative to inpatient drug and alcohol rehab. These programs are structured so that adults can continue to work and adolescents can continue in school while they receive help for their substance abuse issues. We help individuals and their families develop the tools they need to overcome the challenges that come with emotional, behavioral, or mental health issues so that they can start living the life that they want. Text

Tuesday, December 03, 2019

Depression During the Holidays

The thought of the holidays arriving can bring a mixture of feelings. For some people, the holidays are a joyous time filled with family and friends. For others, the holidays can bring moments of stress and aggravation due to the increased demands, the increased traffic, the increased shopping lines, etc. For others, the holidays can be a time filled with sadness, grief, and depression.It can be particularly difficult for people who are already struggling with depression.It is hard to put on a happy face when you feel so down.Listed below are some steps that you can take to battle feelings of depression during the holidays. First, I have listed some of the most common contributors to feelings of depression during the holidays. Text

Tuesday, November 26, 2019

Why Do I Hate Myself?

Do you struggle with self-hate? Ever wonder why? Ever wonder how to stop the self-hate? To answer these questions, it is helpful to first understand some of the most common reasons why some people develop self-hate.  Text

Tuesday, November 19, 2019

What is the Difference Between a Psychologist and a Psychiatrist?

If you are looking for help for mental health or substance abuse issues, it can be a confusing process to know where to start. Knowing the difference between psychiatrists and psychologists and other mental health providers can help. Listed below are the different types of mental health providers in the greater Houston area. Text

Tuesday, November 12, 2019

The Process of Recovery and Letting Go of the Past By Gary Hilliard, LCDC

When in the process of recovery from an addiction it is very common to focus on the things you did in the past and dwell on how much you wish that you could change them. At times it seems these are our only thoughts and they consume us during our day to day affairs. Part of recovery is learning how to compartmentalize our past and use some of the very negative consequences to our advantage and to the advantage of those we would like to help.  Text

Tuesday, November 05, 2019

Residential Treatment Centers in Houston and Surrounding Areas

As a community service, we have listed below some of the Inpatient Drug and Alcohol Treatment Centers in Houston and surrounding areas. Some of these facilities provide Inpatient Detox while others specialize in Residential Treatment. If you are looking for Drug Rehab or Alcohol Rehab and need inpatient or residential treatment, these facilities may be able to help. Some of these Substance Abuse Treatment Programs work only with men or women, while others work with both. Some programs work with both Adolescents and Adults, while others work with only specialized populations. Some of the programs are state funded while others are private facilities.  We recommend that you contact the facilities or visit their websites to ensure that they offer the type of services that you are seeking. The list below is not intended to be an endorsement of any facility, but instead is simply a starting place to begin your search for Inpatient Rehab or Residential Treatment in the greater Houston area.  Text

Tuesday, October 29, 2019

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