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Eating Disorder Treatment Los Angeles

Eating Disorder Treatment Los Angeles

Eating Disorder Treatment Los Angeles Here at Rebos Treatment we focus on acute eating disorder therapy. What is acute eating disorder therapy? It addresses the eating disorders such as bulimia, anorexia, and binge eating. Acute eating disorders are life-threatening...

10 Common Addiction Myths Debunked

More than 23 million Americans struggle with drug abuse that causes problems in their lives. (1) Despite the high number of people with a substance use disorder, most Americans don’t understand addiction. Myths about addiction abound, and misinformation is...
4 Tips for Staying Sober This Summer

4 Tips for Staying Sober This Summer

The sunny days and warm weather of summer are here, and it’s a time for outdoor fun. What’s most important for you, as a recovering person, is staying sober this summer while enjoying the festivities. Outdoor barbecues and picnics, pool parties, concerts,...
3 Small Steps to Cure Failure to Launch

3 Small Steps to Cure Failure to Launch

If your adult child still lives at home with you, their failure to launch can easily become a source of tension in the household. And when that failure to launch is accompanied by a substance use disorder or behavioral addiction, it’s often hard to tell which is...
Participating in Community Outreach During Recovery

Participating in Community Outreach During Recovery

One of the hardest-hit characteristics when a person is suffering from a substance use disorder is empathy. After relearning to care for one’s self, community outreach during recovery is a positive way to learn or relearn empathy for other people and to find something...
Breaking the Stigma of Addiction Through Social Media

Breaking the Stigma of Addiction Through Social Media

Even after you have successfully undergone addiction rehab and are in recovery, changing your social identity from that of being a substance user to that of being someone who is in recovery can be difficult.1 Breaking the stigma of addiction through social media is...
Alumni Memoirs: Meet Mackenzie

Alumni Memoirs: Meet Mackenzie

My parents had what I’ll call “associates,” which is where my journey began. These associates were hired to escort me from my home in Alaska—kidnapping, in my humble opinion—to take me to a Utah-based wilderness therapy program where I would spend the next 90 days. On...
Rebos Reports: Jessica Tiegs

Rebos Reports: Jessica Tiegs

This month in Rebos news, we welcome Jessica Tiegs to the Rebos team as our new family therapist! Jessica is a California native, born and raised here in Los Angeles. She currently resides in Culver City with her husband and fur-baby Indigo. Jessica graduated from...
Your First Year

Your First Year

By Gabi DuBay Congratulations on your first year of sobriety! You might be wondering to yourself, “Now what’s going to happen?” Don’t be alarmed if your body doesn’t seem to be working as it’s meant to. You’re not falling apart, you’re...