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Arrow Health Psychological counsel
17
Jul

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Addiction

What is Cognitive Behavioural Therapy? The term ‘CBT’ is thrown around a lot, especially in the space of addiction treatment. But what exactly is Cognitive Behavioural Therapy? Cognitive behavioural therapy is an evidence-based treatment modality, using practical task-based methods to solve problems. These problems come in many forms, ranging from menial day-to-day issues and stressors...
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17
May

Private Health Rehabilitation

Private Health Rehabilitation Offers You the Tools for Success Entering a private health rehabilitation treatment centre provides you with the tools to regain control over your life and teaches you how to eliminate harmful substances from your day to day. Arrow Health provides a caring environment in which you can identify your triggers, address unhelpful...
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17
May

Drug and Alcohol Detox

Drug and Alcohol Detox Sounds Scary—We Are Here to Help You Through It Having experienced professionals nearby to monitor your drug and alcohol detox helps you to pursue a successful outcome with your recovery process. Once you have expelled drugs and alcohol from your body, you will begin to feel normal again, and you will...
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17
May

Private Health Insurance

Access The Best Possible Treatment With Private Health Insurance Arrow Health works with your private health insurance provider to give you the chance to access the best possible treatment to begin your recovery from active addiction. As a family that has been personally affected by addiction, we have developed an evidence-based program to change the...
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17
May

Private Health Detox

Professional, Friendly, Trusted – A Detox Program You Can Claim on Your Private Health Insurance If you are searching for a detox facility–claimable from your private health cover–to help your loved one through an exceptionally difficult time, come to Arrow Health for professional care and friendly faces. We support people struggling with addiction as well...
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20
Dec

Is My Child an Addict? Warning Signs to Look For

Addictions do not form overnight. They develop over time and almost always start with recreational use. After a while, the addicted person begins feeling compelled to seek out a substance because of extremely strong cravings. A physiological and psychological dependence develops. Addiction is a disease and makes it very difficult to stop using without help....
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multimensional family therapy
21
Nov

What Is Multidimensional Family Therapy?

What is Multidimensional Family Therapy?  Multidimensional Family Therapy is a comprehensive family and community-based therapy for adolescents with drug abuse problems. The model focuses on the relevant social and emotional needs at different stages in adolescent development.  It is designed to treat both addictive and antisocial behaviour. The family is recognised as important to the...
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Monarch Butterfly emerging from it's chrysalis
07
Oct

The Transtheoretical Model – Is My Loved One Ready to Change?

The Transtheoretical Model – Is My Loved One Ready to Change? What Is the Transtheoretical Model and Why Does Arrow Health Use It? Change is a process and often there are two steps forward, one step back. When treating addiction, the Transtheoretical Model is based on 6 basic stages of change. In a perfect world,...
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The Human Brain
07
Oct

Neuroscience of Addiction – What We Do Know

Neuroscience of Addiction – What We Do Know When a drug enters the body, it interacts with the brain. Different addictive substances affect the brain in different ways, although most drugs target the brain’s reward system by releasing large amounts of a neurotransmitter called dopamine. Dopamine has a large impact on many important functions of...
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Mental Health
26
Sep

10 Things to Understand About Dual Diagnosis and Treatment

10 Things To Understand About Dual Diagnosis and Treatment If you or your loved one have been given a ‘dual diagnosis’ by a treatment professional, it may add another layer of confusion to a drug or alcohol addiction. Here are ten things to understand about what it means to have a dual-diagnosis, and why it...
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