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Mental Health issues might be more common than you think. Almost 1 in 5 Americans will struggle with some kind of mental health issue in their lifetime. There is no shame in recognizing that you need help and most people can not do it alone. Fortunately, you will not be alone at Transformations. The right treatment program and the proper support can help you make a lasting recovery.

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Anxiety Disorder


There Is Hope With Anxiety Disorder Treatment Options

With an anxiety disorder being the most common mental illness in the United States, you or someone you love may feel the effects. For those who...


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Symptoms & Signs of Anxiety

Anxiety is a fear-based mental and physical state that commonly occurs in both adults and children. For most people, anxious feelings are an unpleasant but harmless fact of life...


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Panic Disorder: What You Need to Know

Panic Disorder: What You Need to Know

Most people may feel anxiety or panic in certain situations. That’s normal and expected. Who doesn’t feel a pang of panic when they need to speak...


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Anxiety And Substance Abuse: How they Connect

Social Anxiety: When It Happens, What It Feels Like and What to Do

It’s normal to feel anxious or a little afraid when meeting people for the first time, going to a party with people you don’t know well, or giving a speech in front of others....


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Generalized Anxiety Disorder: An Overview

Generalized Anxiety Disorder: An Overview

Anxiety disorders affect many people across the globe. When it comes to generalized anxiety disorder, it is a constant worry. People may worry over anything...


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Anxiety Disorder: A Comprehensive Guide

Here is more on anxiety disorders: what an anxiety disorder is, why it happens, who gets it, what the symptoms are, and what treatment options exist.


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Common Co-Occurring Disorders


The Correlation Between Depression and Substance Abuse

According to the NIMH, as of 2014, almost 8 million people in the United States had a mental illness (like depression) along with a substance abuse problem...


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Anxiety and Substance Abuse: A Guide to Understanding the Relationship

Almost 20 percent of Americans have some type of anxiety. Along with those who have anxiety, some people have co-occurring disorders. These include substance abuse...


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Co-occurring Disorders: What Are They and How Are They Treated?

Co-occurring Disorders: What Are They and How Are They Treated?

Years ago, mental health was separate treatment from drug or alcohol addiction. The facilities for treatment were not the same and even the approach to therapy was different.


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Anxiety And Substance Abuse

Anxiety And Substance Abuse

Plenty of people drink socially and many people have anxiety. Yet, when the two are mixed it can cause greater disquietude, especially in those with an existing anxiety disorder...


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Anxiety And Substance Abuse: How they Connect

Anxiety And Substance Abuse: How they Connect

If you’re a human being, there’s a good chance you’ve experienced some anxiety at some point in your life. You might think of anxiety as nervousness. However, anxiety is not...


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Depression & Mood Disorders


How to Deal with Depression

While awareness about mental health continues to grow, many people continue to suffer in silence. Currently, more than 16.1 million American adults live with major depressive...


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Symptoms & Signs of Mood Disorders

A mood disorder is a type of mental illness that impacts a person’s state of mind, emotions and outlook on life. It causes changes and distortions in mood that are not...


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What are the Signs and Symptoms of Depression?

Clinical depression may come and go even if a person suffering its symptoms does not receive treatment. Without intervention episodes typically last for six months to a...


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A Comprehensive Guide to Mood Disorders

A Comprehensive Guide to Mood Disorders

A mood disorder encompasses more than just its namesake. It is actually a variety of disorders that can make up the definition. In fact, mental health professionals use...


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A Guide to Major Depressive Disorder

A Guide to Major Depressive Disorder

Most everyone at one time or another experiences moods of depression. That is normal. Yet, up to 26 percent of women and up to 12 percent of men have what is...


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How to Recognize Clinical Depression in the Early Stages

Clinical depression is an alternate term for major depression[i], one of the most serious and widespread mental health conditions in the U.S. Recognition of the onset of...


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What Is High-Functioning Depression?

In 2015, an estimated 16.1 million adults aged 18 or older in the United States had at least one major depressive episode in the past year. This number represented 6.7%...


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Obsessive Compulsive Disorder


What to Know About OCD and Its Treatment

What to Know About OCD and Its Treatment

Most of us have probably heard the term OCD, which stands for obsessive-compulsive disorder. It is often used as slang such as, “I’ve alphabetized all of my books...


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Obsessive Compulsive Personality Disorder

Obsessive Compulsive Personality Disorder

The concept of “OCD” has made its way into everyday conversation and is often used to describe certain quirks of personality. For example, you’ve probably heard...


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Symptoms & Signs of OCD

OCD, or obsessive compulsive disorder, was once thought to be a rare mental health condition. Recent studies, however, have found that at least 2.5 percent...


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Other Mental Health Disorders


A Comprehensive Guide to ADHD and Treatment Options

Some people are under the misconception that ADHD is a children’s disorder. Yet, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a common disorder found in both...


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Schizophrenia And Drug Abuse : How Does a Drug Addiction Affect Schizophrenia?

Statistics show that often people who have a mental health disorder have substance abuse issues. There are many reasons for this. Some include the stress a person is under...


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Body Dysmorphic Disorder

Body Dysmorphic Disorder: Signs, Symptoms and Treatment

Ask most people and they can tell you that there are imperfections with their body. Whether it is someone who doesn’t like their nose or feels that they are carrying...


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What to Know About ADHD and Its Treatment

What to Know About ADHD and Its Treatment

ADHD or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder is a disorder that some view as a childhood one. Yet, it affects adults as well. In fact, according to epidemiological data...


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A Guide to Impulse Control Disorder

A Guide to Impulse Control Disorder

We all have issues with impulses at times. A person may swear to only have one slice of cake or not buy those new shoes they cannot afford. That’s a normal part of life...


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Gender dysphoria

Gender Dysphoria: Understanding Identity and Mental Illness

Gender dysphoria may seem more prevalent in today’s society. Yet, this is only due to its acceptance of transgendered – and rightfully so. In the past, people thought that...


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A Guide to ADD Treatment

A Guide to ADD Treatment

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) or ADD is a condition many children and adults deal with on a daily basis. The symptoms can be frustrating and interfere...


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Symptoms & Signs of Schizophrenia

The only way to manage this illness is to identify it, diagnose it, and undergo professional and ongoing treatment. Schizophrenia affects millions of people in the U.S...


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Personality Disorders


Symptoms & Signs of Borderline Personality Disorder

Borderline personality disorder (BPD) is one of the 10 personality-related illnesses recognized by the American Psychiatric Association. Mental health experts commonly view it as one of the most difficult conditions to accurately identify.


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Symptoms & Signs of Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar disorder is a debilitating, life-altering mental health disorder. Each year, its symptoms will affect nearly six million American adults, which represents about 2.6 percent of the U.S. adult population.


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Bipolar Disorder Treatment

Bipolar Disorder Treatment

Most people are used to a shift in moods. It is normal to be happy then experience sadness or vice versa. For some, these peaks and valleys are unusual and extreme. And instead of a fleeting moment, the highs and lows last for days or weeks.


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Borderline personality disorder

Borderline Personality Disorder Treatment

Borderline personality disorder is a mental health disorder that affects almost 2 percent of the population. It affects how a person thinks about others and themselves.


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Histrionic Personality Disorder Treatment

Histrionic Personality Disorder Treatment

Histrionic personality disorder affects around 4 million people, or almost 2 percent of the population. It is indicative of specific behaviors, feelings, and emotions of the person with the disorder.


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Dissociative Identity Disorder Treatment

Dissociative Identity Disorder Treatment

Dissociative identity disorder affects a small part of the population. It is a complex medical condition, so there is a lot to learn about it.


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Antisocial Personality Disorder Treatment

Antisocial Personality Disorder Treatment

People with an antisocial personality disorder don’t follow society’s norms, are deceitful and intimidating in relationships, and are inconsiderate of the rights of others. People with this type of personality may take part in criminal activity.


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Schizoid Personality Disorder

Schizoid Personality Disorder Treatment

Schizoid Personality Disorder may sound similar to someone being schizophrenic. Yet, this disorder is not the same at all, although it may have the same underlying genetic architecture.


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Stress Related Disorders


A Guide to PTSD and PTSD Treatment Options

With approximately one in 11 people in the United States with some form of PTSD, you probably know or have known someone with this disorder. In fact, though it was...


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Faith-based

Symptoms & Signs of PTSD

Approximately seven to eight percent of the population will struggle with PTSD at some point in their lives1, so this is not a rare condition. However, not everyone...


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