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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.

We offer a wide variety of treatment options for mental health.

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Power of Music: How Music Is Good for Your Mood and Recovery

Music exists in some form in all cultures. Not only can music inspire you to move along with the rhythms, music inspires great emotion from its listeners. Music also can help heal, which is why music therapy exists as a discipline and why Transformations Treatment Center offers the SoundPath Recovery program. How Music Helps Improve…

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Understanding the Stigma Around Mental Health

Why is there a Stigma Attached to Mental Health and Mental Illness If you or a loved one have a mental health disorder, then you know that mental illnesses have a stigma attached to them, unlike any other disease. Someone who has diabetes, for example, will typically experience sympathy from those they tell about their disease, and those…

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6 Self-Improvement Strategies for Mental Health

The term mental illness encompasses many different disorders. As listed in DSM-5, there are nearly 300 different mental health conditions, which again, can vary from individual-to-individual. Your mental health may be influenced by a wide range of variables, including key life events and your genetics — which is why each person’s experience and journey towards positive…

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Why It Is Important to Take a Mental Health Day

If someone has a fever or bad cough, they do not think twice about calling in sick to work — so why should you treat your mental health any differently? Mental illness is what’s referred to as an invisible illness because the majority of mental illness symptoms can’t be seen. The same is true for…

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Working From Home vs the Office: What’s the Difference?

While many people would love to work from home, others rely on their workplace as a place to socialize and miss the opportunities to be around others. Both have their pros and cons so here is a little about working from home vs the office – what’s the difference? Of course, we all realize that…

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10 Ways to Keep Active While Indoors

Most people love being able to get outdoors and stay active but that is not always possible. Whether it’s weather conditions, location, working from home, or having to stay indoors while things are uncertain outside, there are ways to keep active. Here are 10 ways to keep active indoors and feel good about your health…

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How to Successfully Transition To Online Therapy

Online therapy is set to become a new norm in the modern world. We look at some ways that you can prepare for the transition from within the comforts of your home.

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Using Telehealth for Addiction Treatment : What does it look it?

Although the coronavirus pandemic has totally transformed our healthcare system as we know it, there are still services available to address conditions of all kinds. In particular, those who suffer from addiction can still receive services, although the method in which they access them may have changed. For instance, telehealth is an amazing option for…

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