Addiction Therapeutic Services Blog

Stress and Emotional Self-Regulation

Stress and Emotional Self-Regulation

Managing Stress for Healthy Well-Being Stress is a universal problem. Research shows that stress can cause premature aging and lower the body’s immune system responses. Inability to self-regulate emotional and physical responses to feeling stressed out can lead to substance abuse and eventually addictions of various kinds. According to researcher, academian, and author, Dr. Stephen […]

Health Insurance for Addiction Treatment

Health Insurance for Addiction Treatment

Using Health Insurance for Addiction Treatment Reduce Out of Pockets Costs for Rehab Health Insurance can help reduce the out of pocket costs for those looking for addiction and dual diagnosis treatment programs.  There are various types of insurances plans and range from county, government, employee, or privately funded plans.  Each addiction treatment provider may […]

LGBTQ Treatment

LGBTQ Treatment With a Focus on Transgender

LGBTQ Treatment for Drug and Alcohol Addiction Addiction treatment centers in several states are becoming more keen on growing quality programs for LGBTQ clients, but there is still quite a ways to go.  While many counselors and therapists are being trained on the unique issues faced by those identify as LGBTQ, only few are truly […]

Happy Holidays from the ATS Family & Friends!

Josie & Jim Herndon and the Team at Addiction Therapeutic Services wishes everyone a peaceful and warm Holiday.  We look forward to seeing you in the New Year!

Power of Prayer for San Bernardino Shooting Victims

The Power of Prayer is in full force with the tragedy of the San Bernardino shooting. Josie Herndon, C.E.O. and Founder of Addiction Therapeutic Services attended the Vigil in her hometown of Loma Linda/San Bernardino, among thousands of others who gathered to pray. Josie and the ATS team are very saddened by this tragic and […]

Naltrexone Therapy

Can Naltrexone Therapy Help You Maintain Your Recovery?

What is Naltrexone Therapy and How Does It Work Naltrexone has been used to help people with their alcohol and opioid cravings since the 1980s. Naltrexone actually blocks the effects of certain drugs and alcohol by binding to opiate receptors in the brain. That means that even if you try, you cannot get high. The […]