Doctor Waterman was featured in both the print and online winter issue of Real Health Magazine in an article titled, “ Don’t be SAD.” The article discusses Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) in depth, describing that it’s a depression that is typically triggered by the change in weather. Specifically, Dr. Elizabeth Waterman, a therapist working at Morningside Recovery Center, speaks throughout the article explaining symptoms, what studies have proven and the treatments that accompany SAD. In addition, Dr. Waterman has her own section in the article. In this section, Dr. Waterman answers questions on at-home treatment therapies and if light therapy helps.
Doctor Waterman and Morningside Recovery
At Morningside Recovery, we believe in our clients abilities to overcome addiction and substance abuse. Furthermore, we stand by our clients side throughout the process.
For example, our treatment modalities include:
Doctor Waterman and our staff of experts take pride in providing the highest quality care in the field. In addition, we’ll empower you to overcome your addiction through training, therapy, education, and support.
Family Involvement in Recovery
Specifically, the family plays a huge role in the success or failure of rehab and recovery. This support system can give you the support and confidence you deserve. Therefore, we offer family therapy for everyone. This gives you the opportunity to gain an understanding of addiction. Moreover, this will ease your mind of the fears of the rehab process.
Addiction can cause a variety of problems in life. Furthermore, the family is also affected during this difficult time. For example, relationships are broken, trust disappears, and distance gets wider.
Don’t allow your family to suffer any longer. Contact Morningside Recovery today at 855-631-2135. We’re here for you every step of the way. However, you must first make the decision to recognize your problem and seek help.