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November 2016
  • A message from Pain Program Director Roxana Lal
  • Local News: “Beyond NIMBY” Editorial Series
  • Looking on the Brighter Side May Increase Effectiveness of SSRIs, Improve Depression
  • Adopted Children More Likely to Develop Mental Health Disorders, Study Shows
  • Sovereign Health’s ‘Relationships in Recovery’ Content Toolkit Now Available
  • Book Review: ‘A Common Struggle’ Helps Remind Us That We Are Not Alone
  • Webinar: Film/Video-Based Therapy And Trauma
  • How to Cope With PTSD During The Holidays
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October 2016
  • Introducing Veena Kumari, Ph.D., Chief Scientific Officer
  • “NIMBY” Editorial Series
  • FDA Warns Physicians About the Lethal Combination of Benzodiazepines and Opioids
  • Exercise Benefits Cognitive Function For People With Schizophrenia
  • Studies Show Cold Weather May be Good for You
  • Webinar: Performing Under Pressure
  • 5 Ways to Declutter Your Mind
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September 2016
  • Tonmoy Sharma Discusses Sovereign Health’s Treatment Approach in KMIR Interview
  • Sovereign Health Launches Groundbreaking, Five-Part NIMBY Series
  • Compassionate Clinicians Offer Hope at Sovereign Health of Los Angeles’ Addiction Treatment Program
  • Sovereign Health Celebrates its California Employees
  • Painkiller Abuse in the NFL
  • Sovereign Health’s ‘Relationships in Recovery’ Content Toolkit Now Available
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August 2016
  • Personal Recovery Integrating Men’s Experiences (P.R.I.M.E.) Program for Men Over 40
  • Dr. Anthony Mele Speaks About PRIME During KMIR Interview
  • The Next Step Initiative
  • Helping Families in Mental Health Crisis Act Passes the House
  • Pennsylvania’s Legislation Approved Medical Marijuana Use for Minors
  • Music Benefits Mental Health and Encourages Prosocial Behavior
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July 2016
  • Breakthroughs in Drug and Alcohol Treatment Reach Texas
  • The Problem With Outcome Switching in Clinical Trials
  • Freeing the Mind From the ‘Capture’ of Mental Illness
  • Hispanic and African Americans in the U.S. are at a Higher Risk for Mental Health Issues
  • Troy H’s Escape From 10 Years of Opioid Abuse
  • Barriers To Treatment & Long Term Recovery
  • Boost Recovery Outcomes by Treating Shame
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June 2016
  • Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) is Revolutionizing Depression Treatment
  • California Smoking and Vaping Age Raised to 21
  • FDA Approves a New Drug to Treat Psychosis in Patients with Parkinson’s Disease
  • United by Grief: How Mass Shootings Affect Everyone
  • Can Trauma Help Us Grow?
  • 4 Common Myths About PTSD Debunked
  • Learning the ‘8 Keys to Mental Health Through Exercise’
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May 2016
  • Researchers Identify Schizophrenia’s Strongest Genetic Link
  • 7 Myths About Schizophrenia
  • Where Science and Myth Converge
  • Going “Beyond Schizophrenia” To Combat Stigma and Spread Knowledge
  • Treating the Whole Person with Integrative Care
  • Trauma And Addiction
  • Schizophrenia and the Increased Mortality Associated With Benzodiazepines
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April 2016
  • Engaging Solutions to Defeat Eating Disorders
  • The Stress Response, PTSD and the Triggers That Connect Them
  • An Abnormal Response to an Abnormal Situation
  • Music Therapy Reduces Meal-related Anxiety for Anorexia Patients
  • Recognizing the Alcohol-Free Weekend
  • ‘Mind-Body Workbook for Addiction’ Provides Essential Tools for Addiction Recovery
  • Dying to Be Thin: Death Rate Among People with Eating Disorders
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March 2016
  • Focusing on Women’s Mental Health Challenges
  • Lead Poisoning’s Harmful Impact on Physical and Mental Health
  • Mental Health, Gun Violence and The Constitution
  • The Madness of March Drinking Holidays
  • Studies Show a Strong Link Between Inflammation and Mental Illness
  • The Generational Gaps and Their Roles in Society
  • Helping Patients Who See Their Disorder as a Friend
February 2016
  • Screening is Key During National Eating Disorders Awareness
  • How Oxytocin Could be the Next Treatment for Anorexia Nervosa
  • Crisis Management and the Treatment of Trauma Amongst Substance Abusers
  • Ketamine Could Break Through Depression
  • The Pros and Cons of Being a Leap-Year Baby
  • How You Listen May Determine your Mental Health
  • What to Know Before Seeking One of these Professionals
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January 2016
  • A Surprising New Strategy in Drug Law
  • Let’s Opt Outside with Light Therapy to Treat Depression
  • Gene Variant Linked to Psychosis, Cognitive Impairment in Bipolar Disorder
  • 11 Ways to find Relief from Negative Emotions
  • A Path to Sobriety
  • How do we find what everyone wants?
  • Science Shows a Powerful Connection
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December 2015
  • New Injectable Schizophrenia Drug Improves Symptom Management
  • Tis the Season for Alcohol-Related Traffic Accidents
  • 7 Ways to Prevent Loneliness During the Holidays
  • ‘Enjoy the Holidays’ for What They are Meant to be
  • 4 Myths About Schizophrenia
  • The Void Social Media Fills
  • Staff Highlight
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November 2015
  • Depression And Pancreatic Cancer Linked, Studies Show
  • Poor Glycemic Control Linked To Dementia, World’s Largest Study Shows
  • Embrace The Family ‘Black Sheep’ This Holiday
  • Anxiety And Physical Illness
  • The Oft-Ignored Link Between Mental Illness And Hypothyroid Disease
  • Working Towards A Thrive-ing Nation!
  • Medical Marijuana: The Science Behind THC And CBD
  • Can Your Birthday Predict Your Mental Health?
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October 2015
  • Mental illness in film: The importance of realistic portrayals
  • 4 conditions that can be misdiagnosed as ADHD
  • The differences between how men and women take risks
  • The most dangerous time
  • True Survivor: Lorel Stevens
  • ‘The hidden “Upside” to PTSD’
  • Does Emotional Intelligence Make a Person Smart?
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September 2015
  • National Recovery Month aims to reduce mental health stigma in adolescents
  • 6 tips to comfort someone who has lost a loved one to suicide
  • How to recognize when it is time to seek treatment for mental illness
  • Jovon’s Story
  • Sobriety Is Not Synonymous With Recovery
  • ‘Recovering Joy: A mindful life after addiction’
  • Is there such a thing as an “instant addict”?
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August 2015
  • Break Free From Emotional Abuse
  • IQ vs. emotional intelligence
  • The science of savoring
  • How to overcome an addiction
  • Book Spotlight
  • Press Release
  • Staff Highlight
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July 2015
  • Attention to angry faces predicts depression
  • Hydration promotes happiness
  • Upcoming events
  • Summer activities for kids nurture
  • Staff Highlight
  • The Neurogenesis Diet
  • Featured family review
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Jun 2015
  • Insomnia can be cured
  • Schizophrenia might be more than one disease
  • Upcoming events
  • Sugar: Sobriety Friend or Foe?
  • Staff Highlight
  • Book : Life Is Short
  • Featured Patient Review
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May 2015
  • Treat Anxiety with Nutrition
  • Mindfulness Meditation Alters Brain Waves
  • 10 Wonderful Ways to Relax
  • Living Healthy in the Office
  • Staff Highlight
  • World Beyond Your Head
  • Featured Patient Review
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April 2015
  • Alcohol Awareness
  • Link Between Genetic Variation and Alcohol Dependence
  • Book Spotlight
  • Upcoming Events
  • Giving Life Inspiring Hope
  • Press Release
  • Patient Review
  • Meet Our Staff: Jamie Deans
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March 2015
  • Sober World Magazine March 2015
  • Helping Patients with a Fear of Doctors
  • Patients with Heart Disease are More Likely to Battle Depression
  • March Book Spotlight
  • Opioid Addiction Crisis Fueled by Overprescribing by MDs
  • Want To Be Mentally Tough?
  • Meet Our Staff: Meghan Marcum
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February 2015
  • Press Releases
  • Overusing Electronics
  • When Ethics Ends and Legality Begins
  • Selective Memory Makes the Brain More Like a Camera
  • February Book Spotlight
  • Cocaine and Brain
  • Misconceptions About Drug use in Pregnancy
  • Meet Our Staff: Dr. Omar Faruk
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January 2015
  • Press Releases
  • Mental Imagery Help To Maintain Muscle Strength
  • NAD Therapy And Addction
  • Skip The Repeat
  • January Book Spotlight
  • The Truth About Loneliness
  • Way To Control Internal Clocks Discovered
  • Meet Our Staff: Anthony Thompson
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December 2014
  • Press Releases
  • A Year in Review with SHG
  • Peroxisome – Alcohol Treatment
  • Perfectionism and Suicide Link
  • December Book Spotlight
  • Mindfulness Treatment
  • Buprenorphine Tapering
  • Meet Our Staff: Armando De Feria
  • The Beautiful Face of Recovery – Conference for Women
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November 2014
  • New Fort Myers Treatment Location
  • B Vitamins Boost Cognition
  • November Book Spotlight
  • Teen Sleep and Exercise
  • Public Attitude on Addiction
  • Meet Our Staff: Dr. Gross
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October 2014
  • Suicide Crisis
  • Emotional Freedom Technique
  • Sociopaths vs Psychopaths
  • Marijuana and Creativity
  • Book Spotlight:The Upside of Your Dark
  • Meet Our Staff
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September 2014
  • National Recovery Month
  • Pharmacogenetic Testing
  • Mental Health Smartphone App
  • Addicted to Eating Not Food
  • Book Spotlight
  • Meet Our Staff
  • Press Releases
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August 2014
  • Brain Mapping Aids Treatment
  • Vivitrol: A Non-Addictive Approach
  • Smart Recovery Handbook
  • E-Cigarettes
  • Meet Our Staff
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July 2014
  • Sovereign Book Spotlight
  • New Adolescent Program
  • Awareness Month
  • The Dangers of 4th July
  • Mental Disorder:CDC
  • Mental Health Problems Among Minorities
  • Meet Our Staff
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June 2014
  • Dual Diagnosis Treatment -Summer Review
  • Military Funds Implantable Brain Chip Research
  • Santa Barbara Killings Reopen Debate
  • Video On Demand
  • Free Networking Luncheon
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May 2014
  • Remembering Beautiful Life of Elizabeth Giner
  • Blood Test to Diagnose Depression
  • June Is PTSD Awareness Month
  • Chronic or Persistent Pain?
  • Top Stories of the Month
  • Meet Our Staff
  • Free Networking Luncheon
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April 2014
  • Sovereign Collaboration with WCSAD
  • First Aid Drug
  • Video on Demand
  • Meet Our Staff
  • Free Networking Luncheon
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March 2014
  • Should The D Be Taken Out Of PTSD?
  • Brain Awareness week
  • Zohydro Could Be The Next OxyContin
  • Meet Our Staff
  • Video on Demand
  • Networking & C.E. Events
  • Who We Are
  • Utilizing Insurance
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February2014
  • Los Angeles Networking & Dinner
  • Orange County Networking & Dinner
  • Los Angeles Networking & Luncheon
  • Symposium on Recovery Resources
  • Who We Are
  • Utilizing Insurance
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January 2014
  • Genetic Testing
  • Awareness Month
  • Brain Development in Teens
  • Meet Our Staff
  • Symposium on Recovery Resources
  • Networking & C.E. Events
  • Who We Are
  • Utilizing Insurance
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