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Finding Peace Through Trauma Therapy

Finding Peace Through Trauma Therapy

Many people diagnosed with substance use disorder (SUD) have co-occurring trauma-related mental health issues. According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), “Research has shown that traumatic experiences are associated with...
What Is Trauma-Informed Care?

What Is Trauma-Informed Care?

Trauma often informs the way that we interact with the world around us. Deep and long-lasting emotional scars can impact the way we view ourselves, each other, and the world. Understanding the role that trauma plays in each of our lives can not only allow us to better...
Breaking the Cycle of Generational Trauma

Breaking the Cycle of Generational Trauma

Trauma can be both learned and inherited. In other words, trauma can be passed from parent to child through the home environment or genetically, known as generational trauma. In this article, we will discuss methods to break the cycle of generational trauma through...
Family Trauma and Addiction

Family Trauma and Addiction

Family trauma is trauma that is passed down through either behavior or genetics from one generation to the next. It is sometimes called generational trauma. Generational trauma occurs when a parent or caretaker has unhealed trauma of their own. According to...
Why Military Trauma Can Lead to Addiction

Why Military Trauma Can Lead to Addiction

Active members of the military, veterans, and their families are more likely to experience issues related to mental health and substance use disorder (SUD). The most common substances misused by men and women with a history of military service include alcohol and...