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Summit Behavioral Health Announces Opening of Eating Disorder Treatment Program

Summit Behavioral Health Announces Opening of Eating Disorder Treatment Program

Summit Behavioral Health in Doylestown, Pennsylvania is pleased to announce the opening of their multi-level eating disorder treatment program. Doylestown, PA Eating Disorder Program for Women This comprehensive program is designed for women ages 18 and older who are suffering from eating disorders such as anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and binge-eating disorder. Women who attend […]

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Alcoholism Treatment Experts Explain How to Overcome Alcohol Withdrawal Symptoms

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Summit Behavioral Health’s alcoholism treatment experts describe alcohol withdrawal symptoms and offer advice on how to live through them. For many people with an alcohol abuse problem, the struggle to quit is all too familiar. In fact, many people attempt to stop drinking multiple times, only to relapse and start drinking again, report the alcoholism […]

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Addiction Treatment Center Describes 5 Red Flags Your Loved One May Be Addicted

Summit Behavioral Health identifies five markers that may point out your loved one needs help from an addiction treatment center. Alcohol and drug addiction are epidemics that are sweeping the nation. Regardless of age, gender, social class, race and any other status, drug addiction is a problem that touches them all. Chances are, you know […]

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Addiction Treatment Experts Say Have Realistic Expectations About Your Recovery

Realistic Expectations About Your Recovery

Alcohol and drug addition treatment experts recommend that people in recovery keep their expectations well grounded to avoid frustration and disappointment. However, letting go of expectations is much easier said than done – especially when it comes to your own recovery. People in recovery often have expectations about how their recovery will progress, how they […]

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