3 Practices of Mindfulness Training

Controlling negative thoughts and behaviors that often follow is a big part of addiction recovery. One way to do this is through mindfulness training, a process involving meditation, and a holistic view of overall health. At Red Oak Recovery, our team works closely with you to provide the best level of support as you work…

individual participating in Mental Wellness Month 2018

All About Mental Wellness Month 2018

In today’s world, millions of people struggle with mental health issues. Whether the challenge is depression, short attention span, anxiety disorder, or something else, these issues can prevent individuals from being healthy, realizing their life purpose, and maintaining healthy relationships. Luckily, there is a wide range of health-optimizing strategies and resources that individuals can access…

client learning how to practice mindfulness

How to Practice Mindfulness

Learning how to practice mindfulness is a helpful tool in your recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. Too many people find it hard to cope with stress positively, and it’s difficult for them to relax. Unfortunately, they may turn to drug and alcohol abuse as a coping mechanism. Mindfulness is a practice that anyone can…

woman that could benefit from mindfulness

Long-Time Drug Addicted Young Adults May Be Assisted By Mindfulness

Substance abuse therapists across the United States will be interested to learn of recent research pointing to the usefulness of mindfulness training in reducing the deficits in natural reward processing that may arise for those with more chronic pain and drug addiction issues. This should be reassuring news for those drug-dependent people who do not…