The average age of a person facing a gaming addiction is 35 years old, this may come as a surprise to some but is a reality to many. At this age, many of those who spend an excessive amount of time on gaming still have jobs, spouses, even kids, and these too often take a… Continue Reading Gaming Addiction in Adults
Americans have always been viewed as having a hard-working attitude. We don’t take vacations and holidays as often or as long as most other countries do. Our work days are longer and more stressful than others. Even starting in high school, our children go to bed later and wake up earlier than many European countries. … Continue Reading Balancing Mental Health and Work
5 Easy Ideas For Mental Health Self-Care In The New Year Of course most of us are all too familiar with the standard pressures of New Year’s Resolutions. Thankfully many people have come to realize that setting themselves up for unachievable goals is not the best way to start out a new year. With another… Continue Reading 5 Easy Ideas For Mental Health Self-Care In The New Year
– We are delighted to announce that Dr. Maryann Rosenthal has accepted the position of Executive Director of Recovery Ways Utah. Dr. Rosenthal was previously the Chief Clinical and Compliance Officer and will continue in her role of Chief Compliance Officer. Dr. Rosenthal was one of the founding members of the 2010 Recovery Ways leadership team, where… Continue Reading Maryann Rosenthal Named Executive Director Of Recovery Ways Utah
How Does EMDR Work? Before we delve into EMDR, what it is and what it does, let’s first talk about trauma and what occurs in our brain when we experience it. This will help us understand EMDR better. Our brains have a natural way to recover from traumatic memories and events. In this process, different… Continue Reading How Does EMDR Work?
Study Finds Suicidal Ideation Nearly Doubled As Result Of Pandemic When you are struggling with substance misuse or addiction, you are likely at an increased risk of suicide. In scientific surveys, people who struggle with addiction report more feelings of deep depression and suicidal ideation than those suffering from mental health issues alone. Turning to… Continue Reading Study Finds Suicidal Ideation Nearly Doubled As Result Of Pandemic
September is National Suicide Prevention Month. Additionally, on September 10th, World Suicide Prevention Day, the globe unites to remember those affected by suicide and to focus on directing treatment to those who need it most. The entire month is dedicated to making a difference, raising awareness, and extending help and resources to those in crisis.… Continue Reading National Suicide Prevention Month
Balancing Homework and Kids Mental Health In an article released on USA Today, our very own Dr. Nicholas Kardaras, Psychologist and CEO of Omega Recovery (Part of Recovery Ways Family of Programs), weighed in with valuable insights into the discussion surrounding kids mental health and homework. Below are some of his excerpts from the article:… Continue Reading Balancing Homework and Kids Mental Health
Is It Guilt Or Shame? Often we hear the terms guilt and shame used together, or thought of as interchangeable. The truth is, they are very different and impact us in different ways. It is important to know and understand the difference in order to take the necessary actions to improve our lives. Let’s look… Continue Reading Is It Guilt Or Shame?