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Treatment Program for College Students in Texas

If you are a college student or the parent of a college student who is struggling with mental health or substance abuse issues, New Dimensions can help.  New Dimensions provides Intensive Outpatient Treatment for college students who are struggling with depression,...

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How to Stay Sober After Detox

Detoxing from Alcohol is difficult. There are often both physical and psychological impacts. Detox symptoms can be as simple as feeling out of sorts or as unpleasant as vomiting, diarrhea, trembling, and general overall severe flu-like symptoms. Detox from alcohol can...

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How to Tell if Your Spouse has Bipolar Disorder

If you’ve noticed odd and sometimes extreme behavior from your spouse, you might wonder if they have bipolar disorder. Everyone experiences strong emotions at times. But bipolar is something more and goes beyond mood swings. It’s a serious mental health condition....

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How To Cope With Depression

Although depression is a commonly used term, it is also misunderstood as just being sad, distressed, or feeling alone. Depression is far more than simple sadness. You may feel sad or have a low mood now and then, but depression is severe and persistent. Depression...

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Suicidal Thoughts

How serious are suicidal thoughts? And what can we do about them? Intrusive thoughts are thoughts that seem to pop into your head at the most random times, and they are typically perceived as odd, taboo, or scary. These types of thoughts are seen in several different...

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Behavioral Health Services in Houston, Texas

New Dimensions Day Treatment Centers provides Behavioral Health Services to adolescents and adults in the greater Houston area.  Our Behavioral Health Clinics are located in Katy, The Woodlands, and the Clear Lake area of Houston.  We provide Partial Hospitalization...

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How to Help a Loved One with Depression

Depression hurts.  If you have a loved one who is severely depressed, you see this hurt and experience some of the hopelessness of watching them suffer.  Living with someone who is depressed is often hard.  Depression is often debilitating and can begin to take away a...

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Help for a Loved One with Alcoholism or Addiction

Alcoholism and substance abuse can take a huge emotional toll on both the alcoholic and those who care about them.  If you are living with an alcoholic or are actively involved in their life, you know the pain of living with addiction. Learning how to find help for a...

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Effects of College Age Drinking on Mental Health

Cоllеgе аge drinking often lеаdѕ tо risky bеhаvіоrѕ lіkе drunk drіvіng, vаndаlіѕm, fіghtѕ, vіоlеnсе, and sexual indiscretion. Thе соnnесtіоn bеtwееn college alcohol abuse and sexual assault аnd оthеr vіоlеnt crimes іѕ both соmрlісаtеd and hаrrоwіng. 696,000 соllеgе...

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Alcoholic Neuropathy By Gary Hilliard, BS, LCDC

The overuse of alcohol leads to multiple physical as well as mental complications in an individual’s life. Some of the more commonly known problems that can arrive with excessive alcohol use are liver disease, heart disease, diabetes, weight issues, Rhinophyma...

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