What Does “Self-Care” Really Mean?

What Does “Self-Care” Really Mean?

What is self-care? Any activity that we do deliberately to take care of our mental, emotional, and physical growth. This means activities that replenish us and nourish us to stay balanced in body, mind, and spirit, keeping us fit and resilient in times of physical or...
What You Should Know about Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)

What You Should Know about Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)

Do you or someone you love experience the symptoms of severe mental illness? If so, you may have heard of several therapy methods over the course of your treatment journey: talk therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, and many more....
Why New Roads Residential Treatment Works

Why New Roads Residential Treatment Works

Residential treatment is extremely effective at New Roads Behavioral Health. A great deal of support is provided while we focus on helping each client make changes and learn the right skills to lead a healthy lifestyle. For those that are struggling with substance...
Dealing with Depression During Treatment

Dealing with Depression During Treatment

Depression during treatment is a real struggle. It’s frustrating, isolating, and all-consuming. In most cases, depression during treatment can be an issue for addiction or mental health issues and other diseases people with depression suffer. Though it may seem...
Dual Diagnosis Treatment for Men in Salt Lake City

Dual Diagnosis Treatment for Men in Salt Lake City

Dual diagnosis treatment for men in Salt Lake City is now available at New Roads Behavioral Health. It refers to the coexistence of a mental health disorder with a substance abuse problem. Dual diagnosis treatment addresses both problems simultaneously and can be an...
Sober Relationships

Sober Relationships

Achieving sober relationships can be a daunting task for persons with substance abuse challenges, mental health illnesses, and psychological challenges. Drug addiction negatively impacts the way you perceive the world and relate to other people.  People with drug...
How Can Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) Help You During Addiction Treatment?

How Can Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) Help You During Addiction Treatment?

CBT is a psycho-social intervention that focuses on alleviating mental health and changing cognitive distortions, which is an irrational thought pattern that causes individuals to perceive reality inaccurately. Being a highly time-sensitive and strict form of...