In 2017, 19.7 million American people aged 12 years and older battled a substance use disorder, according to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health. In the same year in Spain, there were 68,297 high-risk opioid users. Drug abuse is a global, ever-growing problem in modern-day … Read more about The 10 Most Common Signs of Drug Addiction
30 percent of marijuana users will develop a cannabis use disorder, according to a study by JAMA Psychiatry. What’s worse, people who begin using cannabis before the age of 18 are four to seven times more likely to develop a use disorder than those who begin using as adults. Cannabis … Read more about Cannabis addiction: Is it a real thing and should you be concerned?
Although Bahrain is said to be in the High Income Group of countries, spending about 4.54% of its GDP on health, the World Health Organisation estimates that only 3.96% of this is spent on mental health care facilities. Unfortunately, the data on conditions such as trauma is quite scarce with PTSD … Read more about Treatment for Trauma Bahrain
Don Lavender is Camino Recovery’s Programme Director. An American psychotherapist with more than 30 years experience in clinical management and consultative positions, working in some of the most effective and best-known treatment centres in the world, including the Priory hospitals in the UK and … Read more about Don Lavender on air with Mijas Radio 3.40
Psychotherapy is therapy for emotional wellbeing. It’s a therapy that focuses on thoughts that influence patterns of behaviour. In a professional capacity, psychotherapists use techniques that facilitate the resolution of emotional problems and help to bring about positive change to a person’s … Read more about What is Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP)?
Self-Esteem: low self-esteem in teenagers is linked to problematic, unhappy adult lives “If your compassion does not include yourself it is not complete,” Jack Cornfield. There’s been a lot of research centred on how low self-esteem in teenagers manifests in daily life and what lingering … Read more about Camino – Self-esteem in youngsters
Yoga has a sly, clever way of short circuiting the mental patterns that cause anxiety,” Baxter Bell. Yoga is very clever. As a discipline that is over 5,000 years old not only has it stood the test of time, but it is therefore more prevalent today than ever. The healing benefits that yoga brings … Read more about Yoga practise compliments recovery
On the 26th January 2015 our very own Ameet Braiche from Camino Recovery featured on Mijas International TV with Karen McMahon. Originally from London, Ameet is a qualified primary therapist specialising in addiction and trauma resolution. Bringing his expertise, experience and wide knowledge of … Read more about Talking addiction on Mijas International TV