Posts Tagged: co-occurring condition

[Research] Predicting Depression Treatment Effectiveness

Depression is a complex disease. Symptoms can range from irritability, feelings of worthlessness and loss of energy, just to name a few. (Some individuals even report physical changes such as gastrointestinal problems and chronic joint pain.) The signs and symptoms of depression vary and the therapies designed to manage the condition are diverse as well…. Read more »

3 Myths about Talk Therapy, Debunked

It’s a staggering statistic. 17.5 million adults currently suffer from a serious mental illness according to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). And, among those with behavioral health issues, four million adults also have a co-occurring addiction to drugs or alcohol. Given the fact that so many individuals need help for both… Read more »