June is Men’s Health Month and we are all about helping people be the healthiest version of themselves possible! One topic that can be difficult to talk about though is the silent crisis of men’s mental health.
Here begins the beginning of the holiday season, which unfortunately means a time of exaggerated hardships for many – especially financially.
With sports betting legal and casinos on the way, Virginia braces for a rise in gambling addiction.
Williamsville’s Owner & Founder, Bob Cabaniss, is featured in The Virginia-Pilot’s latest article relating to this topic.
Squid Game is now Netflix’s most popular show ever by a large margin. It’s an entertaining watch with some thought-provoking concepts spanning an array of topics, one of which is gambling addiction. We recommend you give it a watch if you haven’t already, but if not, be aware there are small spoilers in this post.
As social media continues to pervade more and more areas of everyday life, it’s becoming more and more lucrative for companies to maximize user’s time on their respective sites.
Survey counseling practices and treatment centers nowadays and you will find that most clinicians conduct a one-hour therapy session once per week. This is not enough.
For anyone in active addiction, whether they know it or not, their disease makes most things tougher to handle. When a person gets into recovery he or she realizes that they now have a better grip on managing life.
Williamsville Wellness is happy to announce we are now officially CARF accredited!
One of the first steps in addiction recovery can also be one of the worst: withdrawal. After someone stops or significantly decreases their use of a psychoactive substance, the body goes into acute withdrawal. Acute withdrawal is what is referenced when someone refers to “withdrawal.”
- Men’s Mental Health Awareness June 22, 2022
- The Benefits of Exercise in Recovery March 27, 2022
- Misconceptions about Adderall January 29, 2022
- The Role of Forgiveness in Recovery December 5, 2021
- Building Community in Recovery through Charitable Acts November 17, 2021