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Aug 28, 2020 - blog

Understanding Neurobiology and Treatment

Understanding Neurobiology and Treatment From the Ancient Greek philosopher Hippocrates stating that the brain is the seat of intelligence, to...

Aug 18, 2020 - blog

The Trauma of Privilege

Trauma is defined by the Cambridge English Dictionary as “severe emotional shock and pain caused by an extremely upsetting experience”[1]. Trauma is...

Aug 15, 2020 - blog

How Can We Help Prevent Suicide?

Every year, over 800,00 people die from suicide. Perhaps more shockingly, for every successful attempt there are more than 20 attempts[1]. In 2018,...

Aug 8, 2020 - blog

Kinship, Unity, Togetherness and their Importance for Recovery

The saying, ‘two heads are better than one’, is appropriate when looking at the treatment and recovery from any mental health issue. The idea of...

Jul 29, 2020 - blog

A motivational context for change: The family’s role in adolescent recovery

As technology and social media become more prevalent, mental health and subsequent drug abuse cases are rising. Young people are swamped by...

Jul 23, 2020 - blog

Trauma Lives on in the Body

Most of us will experience trauma at some point. In fact, one particular study shows that around 60% of men and 51% of women in the general...

Jul 14, 2020 - blog

Appropriate Responses at Inappropriate Times: Why the Body Responds Even When the Danger Isn't Real

By Anna Mason, Writer at All Points North Lodge What does the body have to do with negative feelings, danger, and dysregulation? Ryan Soave, a...

Jul 13, 2020 - blog

Taking Therapy Outside

Despite recent restrictions on outdoor activity, there is a worldwide attempt to reconnect with the natural world. Everyone is dependent – whether...

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