Cottonwood Tucson Blog

sad man looking at phone - treatment during COVID-19
The best time to get treatment for substance use or mental health issues is right now. Yes, there’s a lot of uncertainty in the world due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but life is even more challenging if you fear drugs...
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therapist helping man do exercises at physical therapy - pain management
In 2018, The Washington Post reported that 50 million adults in the U.S. live with chronic pain. That’s more than 20 percent of the country’s population. To present that statistic another way, one in five people deal with pain “most...
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Kathleen Parrish, MA, LPC Senior Director of Clinical Operations and Community Outreach
The following is a message from Kathleen Parrish, Cottonwood’s Senior Director of Clinical Operations and Community Outreach: I love to look at houses. I could spend entire weekends wandering through “Open House” events, admiring each home as though it were...
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woman on laptop using video conferencing - online
The Social Distancing Mandate As a country, we’ve been mandated to practice social distancing. Social distancing means avoiding group gatherings, crowded retail stores, playdates, gyms, church, and any other situation where close contact to other people might increase the spread...
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hand holding together a broken wooden piece shaped like a person - trauma
When people struggle with trauma, they often strive to project an aspect of normalcy. If they haven’t sought professional treatment to remedy the effects of trauma, or the therapeutic approach wasn’t successful, they frequently revert to other coping mechanisms to...
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young family playing games at home - parents
Parenting Parenting is a subject often fraught with insecurities, doubts, guilt, and unsolicited advice. Most people wonder if they’re doing it “right”—even though each family dynamic is different. For example, here are some top articles on Parents.com: “Thoughts We’ve All...
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women lying on couch in therapy session with male therapist - EMDR
Recovering from trauma and substance abuse disorders often requires a person to see his or her life through a different lens—one that allows them to move forward without remaining in the grip of past experiences and behaviors. Eye Movement Desensitization...
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happy young hispanic couple talking at home - your relationships
When you go through trauma or addiction, different relationships in your life often experience changes. In some respects, this might be a good cleansing opportunity to release people who are negative influences and who don’t respect your healthy choices. Emotional...
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illustration - two heads with cages - one open and the other locked - somatic experiencing
The roots of trauma run deep. On the surface, you may think you’re handling everything just fine, but if there’s unresolved or unaddressed trauma, it’s crucial to recognize how it affects your entire being—mentally, emotionally, physically, and spiritually. In addition,...
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