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Seeking Anxiety Treatment

Everyone encounters moments of anxiety. Your nerves are in overdrive before a big presentation. You’re doubtful that the cutie you have your eye on will say “yes” to a date. Or the logistics of coordinating a cross-country move are scrambling your brain. This type of anxiety is part of life. Anxiety is a natural stress…

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Body-Centered Therapy in Nashville

Imagine loving yourself and feeling comfortable again in your body. Isn’t it time? Often, individuals don’t consider how they relate to their bodies as a source of their mental health issues or even substance abuse problems. How we feel in our own skin and react with our body not only expresses what our thoughts and…

Video: Ketamine in Mental Health Treatment – Your Questions Answered

Understanding Ketamine in Treatment with Daniel Barton, MD Curious about Ketamine in the treatment of depression and mental health disorders? Want the opportunity to ask questions in real time of a seasoned MD and Psychiatrist? In this live webinar Dr. Daniel Barton, founder and Psychiatric Director of the Nashville Ketamine Center, discusses the role of…

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Spirituality in Recovery: The Importance of Embracing Your Own Personal Experience

Spirituality in recovery is a highly personal experience. One person’s higher power may be far different from another’s. Not everyone believes in God. Not everyone believes that there’s life after death. But, to recover from substance use disorder, it’s unnecessary to conform to a common omnipotent force. Your higher power is what you make of…

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Healing and Recovery: It’s a Matter of the Heart

Emmanuel Dagher once said, “Healing is less about “saving” or “fixing” and more about “allowing” ourselves to ease into the remembering that there’s a wholeness that has been there all along.” After years of working in the treatment field, we’ve come to believe we, as human beings benefit from a program embracing Dagher’s thought. This means…