Posts Tagged ‘recovery’

Why Broader Treatment Programs Are More Beneficial

Why Broader Treatment Programs Are More Beneficial

One of our core beliefs at the Lakehouse Recovery Center is that the addiction treatment process is best accomplished from a broad perspective. Broad programs help treat more individuals successfully. This is because the broader the program, the more tailored it can be to each client.  While options can be overwhelming, they allow clients to…

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The Dangers of a Weak Support Network

The Dangers of a Weak Support Network

Any treatment facility will emphasize the importance of a strong support network. This support can make or break the success of your early recovery. Your treatment program should foster the chance to create connections with other clients in your program.  Take these connections with you when leaving treatment. Even if you live across the country,…

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Being Successful in School After Treatment

Successful Scholastics After Treatment

An integral component of treatment is finding the proper programs that will allow you to return to everyday life post-treatment effectively. One of those we at The Lakehouse Recovery Center like to promote is our relapse prevention program. In combination with at least one therapy session a week and weekly case management and counseling with…

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Do Spouses Who Struggle Together Stay Together?

Do Spouses Who Struggle Together Stay Together?

There are instances in a marriage where both spouses struggle with addiction. When individuals in a relationship are both experiencing substance use disorder (SUD), many negative consequences can occur. One spouse may be abusive while under the influence, causing the other’s struggle to worsen. Issues revolving around SUD require more than just marriage counseling. While…

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Recovery and the Importance of Setting Boundaries

Recovery and the Importance of Setting Boundaries

It is important to set boundaries for yourself and others to maintain recovery upon leaving treatment. These boundaries are essential for enforcing self-discipline with yourself and cutting ties to the people from your past who were toxic or enabled substance use. Lack of boundaries can often be what causes substance use disorder (SUD) to spiral.…

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The Dangers of Half-Fast Recovery

The Dangers of Half-Fast Recovery

Sometimes, people who enter into addiction treatment do not fully engage in the recovery process. There are many reasons why that might be. For some, their motivation for entering into treatment is solely obligatory. They may feel bad for the pain they have caused their loved ones or think that entering into treatment is the…

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Staying Motivated When You Want to Throw in the Towel

Staying Motivated When You Want to Throw in the Towel

The process of recovery requires a one-day at a time approach. Addiction is a chronic mental illness. There is no bandaid or straightforward fix-it approach, and unfortunately, there is no surgery or treatment that can cure you of it. The idea that there is no cure for addiction can be very disheartening. The fact of…

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Addiction Transference and False Recovery

In some cases, it is possible to think you have dealt with your addiction. In reality, however, you may have just transferred your emotional baggage to a new negative coping mechanism. While it is not the only cause of addiction or substance use disorder (SUD), the inability to cope with pressures, stress, or trauma in…

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What Is Pranic Healing?

At the Lakehouse Recovery Center, we offer many traditional methods of treatment, like cognitive behavioral therapy, psychiatric modalities, and medication management treatment if needed. However, we also offer several methods of treatment that may seem a little more unorthodox, like yoga and meditation.  One of these lesser-known treatment offerings at the Lakehouse is pranic healing.…

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