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Motivational Enhancement Therapy

Families looking for a cognitive behavioral therapy program might come across the term motivational enhancement therapy (MET). MET is a therapy service offered at Memphis Recovery Centers. It can be an essential part of addiction treatment and used in conjunction with other therapeutic approaches. What is motivational enhancement therapy?  What is Motivational Enhancement Therapy?  Motivational…

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Sober Community

Addiction is a chronic, incurable condition that causes intense cravings, even after you successfully detox from your substance of choice. During recovery at drug treatment programs at Memphis Recovery Center, the risk of relapsing is high, making proper support, like a sober community, especially important. Addiction doesn’t discriminate. Anyone, regardless of socioeconomic status, gender, age…

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Xanax Effects

Xanax is one of the most commonly prescribed medications in the country. Xanax effects your brain chemistry, causing your brain to release GABA, which is a neurotransmitter that creates calming emotions. While Xanax is highly effective in treating anxiety, it is also physically and psychologically addictive. Tens of millions of Americans struggle with a substance…

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Ritalin Vs Adderall

More than 4% of American adults have Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), which is a mental health disorder that can impact your mood and make it difficult to concentrate. Doctors typically prescribe Ritalin vs Adderall to treat ADHD symptoms. The prevalence of ADHD has made prescription medications used to treat the condition of popular recreational…

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Acceptance and Commitment Therapy

Mental health and substance abuse disorders impact more than 25% of Americans. Both mental health and substance abuse disorders are chronic conditions that can impact your brain chemistry, judgment, behavior, and emotions. Treatment is usually required in order to learn how to properly manage your symptoms. Evidence-based and holistic treatments, including acceptance and commitment therapy,…