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February 11, 2021
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Qigong Treatment ▶ Succeed With Qigong Treatment In 24 Hours

According to Yoga Journal, “the literal translation of qi gong is “energy work.” It is an Asian form of yoga that has been around for thousands of years. Much of it is performed while standing, though there are a number of seated sets as well.”   Qi gong, much like other mindfulness-based practices, has many benefits to individuals in addiction […]
January 24, 2021
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Best Dual Diagnosis Treatment Centers Asheville NC + what’s right about dual diagnosis treatment centers asheville nc

Oasis Recovery does offer dual diagnosis treatment. “Dual diagnosis” refers to an individual experiencing both a mental disorder and a substance use issue simultaneously. The clinical team at Oasis is extensively trained and experienced in working with dual diagnosis clients. Our client care is highly individualized, so a client’s dual diagnosis exact treatment plan will be determined by our therapeutic […]
January 24, 2021
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Answered: Your Most Burning Questions About Trauma Ptsd Treatment Centers

At Oasis, we understand that addiction is complex, and there is often a history of trauma involved. Our clinical team is trauma-informed, highly trained, and experienced in working with trauma through evidence-based therapeutic modalities.  Some of our therapeutic modalities used in trauma treatment include:  Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) Somatic Experiencing Therapy Trauma-informed yoga therapy  Brainspotting Therapy  Each client […]
November 14, 2019
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Are we there yet? Tracking Progress in Recovery

With the diversity of backgrounds, mental health issues, walks of life, and so much more, tracking progress in addiction recovery can be a very personal endeavor, unique to each individual’s process. It is helpful to have a professional counselor, coach, mentor, or therapist to help gauge progress and hold ourselves accountable to the goals and positive changes that we aim […]
November 4, 2019
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An Unlikely Hero: The Benefits of Emotional Support Animals

How would you like to be mindfully present, flowing pure positive energy, and without a care in the world in most moments? Then just try to be more like your dog…Of course, it’s not that simple. But those precious healing qualities are, in fact, part of the energetic impact, that pets can have on those around them, especially if they […]
October 16, 2019
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Get your fix of Dopamine: How to increase Dopamine Naturally

Motivate, elevate, concentrate: these are all superpowers effectively influenced by the power of Dopamine. Obviously, they are not superpowers, but they certainly may seem like it to those who have found themselves lacking in these qualities and have turned to drugs for a boost. And a boost is an understatement for the effect of drugs on dopamine levels.  First, let’s […]
October 4, 2019
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Who are you? How Mindfulness and Meditation help to re-create the Self

Who are you? Are you your thoughts: The stories that you’ve told yourself for so long that perhaps you can’t even identify the specifics of, that perhaps are just identified as feelings or comparisons, or subtle identifying qualities, judged or affirmed? Are you your body: Growing, impacted by environment, deteriorating in less-than-ideal circumstances, and finally merging into the earth that has […]
September 11, 2019
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EMDR: Healing Trauma and Changing Lives

Ever wish you could put a bandaid on past mental trauma, like a scraped knee on a child, and move along with the joys of life? Although it’s not that simple, there is a therapeutic technique that brings a lot more ease and simplicity into the process of healing from past trauma: EMDR.  This therapeutic approach manages to break down […]
September 9, 2019
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Understanding Shame

For an individual with healthy coping skills, a small amount of shame (often referred to as guilt) can be an effective motivator for adjusting attitudes and behaviors to better align with one’s vision for themselves.  But for many who have experienced trauma, or have been subjected to shaming belief systems at a young age, the shame factor is over-active and […]