It's alarming that in a 12-month period ending in 2021, over 100,000 people died from drug overdoses. Drug overdoses continue in large numbers despite federal and state intervention, education in schools about the dangers of drugs, and a transparent approach to just how addictive and dangerous prescription and illicit drug abuse is. The drugs that typically lead to a deadly overdose include cocaine, heroin, and methamphetamine. Opioids in general pose a major addiction and overdose problem in the United States due to being medically prescribed drugs and having addictive qualities.
Like adults, children also struggle to cope with physical, emotional, and mental distress. As a result, they require help dealing with their issues before they are completely overwhelmed. Child therapy provides that avenue for children to get help with their problems. It has several benefits for children's well-being, such as: Treating Mental Health Conditions Numerous mental health disorders may afflict children, like bipolar disorder, anxiety, depression, and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
When I first started understanding my anxiety, I realized that I wasn't capable of taking care of the issue on my own. Instead of trying to quietly navigate my condition, I decided to start working towards understanding the counseling process. I focused on finding the right counselor, and then I worked hard in therapy day in and day out. This blog is all about understanding how counseling can help, because I know how much it helped me. You never know, by talking with the right person and tackling your issues head-on, you might be able to enjoy a more fulfilling life.