The Recovery Blog

Talk Therapy Center Addiction Choices
Addiction and the desire to change
At times, Talk Therapy invites our friends and colleagues from the community to share their thoughts. Here is an informative
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What is anxiety and how do you manage it?
Anxiety is the fear of the unknown — the unpredictable future. It’s the fear that bad things will happen to
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Is there a link between addiction and criminal behavior?
Dr. Seda Gragossian, Clinical Director at the Talk Therapy Psychology Center, was recently interviewed by the Law office of Hutchinson
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Couples. Stop fighting and start communicating!
If you have every intention to turn your fighting into communicating, continue to read. Fights in a relationship are major
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Staying Sober Through the Holidays: 5 Tips for Keeping it Clean This Holiday Season
At times, Talk Therapy invites our friends and colleagues from the community to share their thoughts. Here is an informative
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Dr. Seda Gragossian featured on Communities Digital News
Our very own, Dr. Seda Gragossian, was recently featured on Communities Digital News, on the subject of gendered behavior in
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Why do individuals with addiction isolate?
There are numerous reasons for why individuals with addiction isolate: 1) They would like to hide their addiction from others.
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How to Evaluate an Intensive Outpatient Program for Treating Addiction
IOP is a mainstream treatment option and one that is frequently covered by commercial insurance. There are many facilities offering
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Talk Therapy Center moves to a new location!
We are so very happy to be in our new space. We now have multiple offices for private sessions, a
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Self-Medicating and Addiction
At times, Talk Therapy invites our friends and colleagues from the community to share their thoughts. Here is an informative
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Are Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP) Effective for Treating Addiction?
Over the last 40 years, there have been several studies on the use of IOP in treating addiction. Some of
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The role of willpower in addiction recovery – Part 1
What is willpower? Willpower is the mind’s ability to say ‘Yes’ or ‘No’ when faced with a decision. We are
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