Sovereign Health Group Blog

Sovereign Health’s CEO provides a fresh perspective on relapse
02-23-17 Category: Recovery, Sober Living

The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) defines addiction as “a chronic, relapsing brain disease.” Like other chronic diseases, relapses in addiction are common. According to NIDA, between 40 to 60 percent of patients can expect to relapse at least once during their recovery, a percentage comparable to Type 1 diabetes, hypertension and asthma. Unfortunately, many […]

Sovereign Health’s eTherapy: The benefits of telebehavioral health care
02-22-17 Category: Recovery, Therapy, Treatment

Imagine that you have been diagnosed with a behavioral health condition like a substance use disorder, depression or schizophrenia, but you are unable to access the treatment and care you need – this is a reality for millions of people living in the U.S. Over the past two decades, health care providers have utilized technology […]

Sovereign Health’s eTherapy: Telehealth expands the continuum of care
02-21-17 Category: Recovery, Therapy, Treatment

Medical, psychiatric and other mental health care providers have looked at the feasibility of using technology-based services – called telehealth – to expand the delivery of treatment to underserved populations and broaden the continuum of care offered to patients. With the growing use of technology among people of all ages, telehealth has become an increasingly […]

Measurement-based care: Troubleshooting problems and overcoming barriers
02-21-17 Category: Behavioral Health, Treatment

  Change is not always easy. Asking others to change is even harder. Implementing measurement-based care (MBC) into the behavioral health care setting is feasible, but some resistance to the change can be expected. Nevertheless, the rewards should be worth the trouble. The shift toward MBC stands to benefit all parties involved, including patients, providers […]

Study reveals the dangerous effects of synthetic marijuana
02-17-17 Category: Addiction, Research, Substance Abuse

Synthetic compounds, also called “new psychoactive substances,” are drugs created in laboratories to mimic the psychoactive effects of illegal drugs like marijuana, cocaine and heroin. Sold in headshops and by internet retailers, synthetic marijuana and other types of synthetic drugs with names like Spice and K2. When not masquerading as incense and potpourri products, synthetic […]

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