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America May Seem Divided But Cooperation Among Strangers Is Improving
Dr. Devin Dunatov, a psychiatrist and the medical director at Burning Tree West, shares with Healthline how people also may act differently behind a screen.
Your Mental Health in a Toxic Work Environment
Cynthia Singer, licensed chemical dependency counselor and primary therapist at Burning Tree Ranch based in Kaufman, Texas, shared her tips on how to look after your mental health in a toxic work environment.
Should You Tell Your Boss If You Have a Mental Health Condition?
Meghan Bohlman, LPC, LCDC, EMDR-certified, the clinical director of Burning Tree Ranch shares with VeryWell Mind how she feels that conversations about mental health opens a line of trust between her and her employees.
The Growing Burden of "Reply ASAP" Culture
Peter Pirano, LMSW, LCDC, LISAC, CEO of Burning Tree Programs shares with VeryWell Mind how “There are a few negative effects, both mentally and physically, that can occur when employees are lacking work-life balance and become victims of ‘hustle culture’.”
Does Adderall help attention deficit hyperactivity disorder?
Brook Mckenzie, Chief Operating Officer of
Burning Programs and a leader in the addiction recovery community, shares how "Patients struggling with ADHD should gain a full understanding of the many methods of treating the brain disorder.
How to Cut Down on Alcohol, Even If You Don't Want to Quit Drinking
Addiction specialist, CEO of Burning Tree Programs and recovered addict Peter Piraino says it can be helpful to ask yourself if you’re drinking simply because you can’t be bothered to plan anything else.
Drug Treatment Center CEO Explains the Ongoing Scourge of Fentanyl
*According to the NIDA, synthetic opioids are now the drugs most commonly involved in the United States. As of 2017, nearly 60 percent of opioid overdoes were caused by fentanyl-compared to only 14.3 percent in 2003.
High-Profile Overdose Cases Focus Spotlight on Severity of Fentanyl Crisis
The CEO of Burning Tree Programs recovery center, Peter Piraino, told the Sun that the probability of two cases at once is like “both hitting the lottery at the same time.”
What Is the Purpose of Breathing Exercises? (According to Experts)
Breathing exercises can help with stress and anxiety, but they are also great for relaxation. Still, many people don’t know its importance, so here are the experts’ insights about the purpose........