Clinical

Building Healthy Relationships: Recognizing Red Flags

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Healthy relationships are essential to our wellbeing, particularly for those in the process of recovery or managing mental health concerns. At Foundation House, we understand that fostering positive connections and getting back to the things that make life worth living, can significantly impact one’s path to healing. It’s crucial, however, to be able to identify red flags in relationships that may hinder your progress, or worse, set you back.
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Moving Your Body: How Exercise is Vital to Relieving Anxiety and Stress

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A holistic approach to mental health is no longer a nice-to-have—it’s essential. By integrating therapy with actionable behavioral change, we can more effectively manage feelings of stress and anxiety. One of the most powerful remedies, backed by robust scientific research, is exercise. But how exactly does breaking a sweat counteract the invisible burdens of stress and anxiety?
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Embracing Technology in Recovery

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In the age of smartphones, AI, and virtual reality, technology's integration into our lives is here to stay. We believe that these modern challenges call for modern solutions. At Foundation House, we’ve always prioritized treatments that are therapeutically proven and effective but that are also relevant to our clients daily experiences. This includes exploring the intersections of technology with recovery, mental health, and reintegration into life beyond treatment. Here’s a look at how we're doing it:
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Breaking the Stigma: Men and Mental Health

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For a long time, men have been expected to display resilience and emotional stoicism. These expectations have made it hard for men to talk about their struggles with mental health. In our work, we see this dynamic play out on an individual and family level on a daily basis. We want to talk about why recognizing this dynamic is important, why approaching treatment for men should be tailored, and what we can do to break the stigma...
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Let’s Talk About Loneliness

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Social isolation is a common problem among young men struggling with substance abuse and mental health disorders. Research has shown that the two are closely linked, a finding that has only been magnified in recent years. In this post, we will explore the connection between the two and discuss how treatment programs like ours can and should address this problem...
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