Stay Connected During These Challenging Times

Stay Connected During These Challenging Times

Hello! We are here to help you in new and exciting ways all from the comfort of your home!  To this end, please know that due to the corona-19 pandemic the Tuesday ACA noon meeting, the Women’s and Recovery psychotherapy groups, and all yoga live in person classes here at Limitless are postponed until further notice.  This is to honor our national and state wide health and social distancing precautions. 

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The Adverse Affects of Technology on Family

The Adverse Affects of Technology on Family

Parents and other human beings have allowed electronic devices to officially take over their daily lives. Not only do you work on a computer or phone, but you socialize on one too. As a parent, you complain about the screen time your kids are racking up, that their faces are always stuck in their phones despite the world going on around them. Communication is hard enough without having to compete with a piece of technology, with efforts to curb screen time escalating into a big fight. But aren’t we setting a double standard? If you cannot put your own phone down for two minutes, then how can you hold your children accountable to something you cannot do yourself? Remember YOU are the role model they adore.

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EMDR, Trauma and Addiction

EMDR, Trauma and Addiction

The brain and the body are always adjusting to what is going on internally (perception) and externally (environment). Most of this incredible natural healing and coping occurs during sleep, especially during rapid eye movement (REM) between 1:00-4:00 AM. Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, known as EMDR, is an integrative psychotherapy approach guided by the Adaptive Information Processing (AIP) model. It was developed by Dr. Francine Shapiro in 1987, who discovered that this natural healing and coping process could successfully treat persons diagnosed with PTSD.

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Connection Between Substance Abuse and Mental Health Treatment

Connection Between Substance Abuse and Mental Health Treatment

If you’ve ever been in recovery for alcohol, drug or any type of substance abuse, you may have gone through some serious self reflection to help you figure out why you needed to quit in the first place. It is an incredibly important step during the recovery process, but often-times, the concept of mental health treatment is excluded from the addiction recovery process. So what’s the connection?

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