Promoting Sobriety in the Workplace During Alcohol Awareness Month

Supporting friends, family, and coworkers who are trying to get or stay sober is something that should be practiced every day. However, it deserves special attention during Alcohol Awareness Month. In fact, promoting and living a healthier lifestyle overall can be the right choice for all involved. While Alcohol Awareness Month occurs every April, the…

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How a Trauma-Informed Approach Can Heal Alcohol Addiction

Trauma and alcohol addiction are interrelated. So much so that many addiction treatment centers will use a trauma-informed approach. This approach to addiction treatment has been proven to help successfully overcome the mental, physical, behavioral, social, and emotional effects of a substance use disorder. Trauma-informed care is an approach that helps treatment providers customize an…

a woman researches IOP for eating disorders

An IOP for Eating Disorders Can Benefit Women Who Work

At Crossroads, we are focused on women helping women. Recovery from an eating disorder is not a simple task. Engaging in intensive outpatient (IOP) treatment services can help women recover safely and effectively. An IOP is flexible and allows women to build life skills and critical coping methods to get back to a healthy lifestyle.…

a woman knows she's about to experience anorexia relapse

Recognizing Warning Signs of Anorexia Relapse

Those who are facing eating disorders know that they are challenging conditions to manage. Everyone’s experience is a little different, as is their relationship with food, self-esteem, body image, and other contributing factors. Recovery is not as easy as just eating more, and individuals should not view anorexia relapse as a sign that treatment or…