Mental Heath and Digestion: The Gut-Brain Connection

Imagine a relationship where a clear line of communication does not exist. In fact, imagine a relationship where both parties have severed any kind of beneficial communication, period. Both parties cannot receive answers, peace, or healthy fulfillment in their respective needs, purely because there is no formal means of connecting. This scenario, is your brain …

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Back to School Tips for Parents

School and mental health are closely intertwined, and yet back to school tips for parents and teachers often fail to address the ways that you should monitor—and address—mental health issues that develop in children and teens. Acknowledging mental health issues in students is instrumental in providing youth with the support that they need to have …

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Should Recovering Addicts Date Each Other

Should recovering addicts date each other? It’s a question we get a lot, and unsurprisingly so.  An estimated 22 million Americans—about 9% of the country’s population—are in recovery from drug or alcohol addiction. And many of them have pursued treatment through group-focused recovery options, including Alcoholics Anonymous and inpatient and outpatient treatment centers.    During recovery, …

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Retreat at Lancaster County is Now Contracted to Accept Magellan Health Insurance for Mental Health Care, Counseling

Leader in mental health care expands relationship with one of America’s most prominent insurers. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Effective June 2019, Retreat at Lancaster County has expanded its relationship with insurance provider Magellan Health, building upon a long established legacy of success in substance abuse care to now accept insurance for mental health treatment, too. Magellan …

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