The holiday season can be warm and joyful, it can also be challenging and stressful. If there is any anxiety around holiday events for you or your loved one, here are 12 tips to stay sober and enjoy your season!
If you are wondering whether you or a loved one has a substance use disorder, you are not alone, and it is a question worth pondering. About 261 Americans die every day from excessive alcohol use (CDC).
Being a public figure, high level executive, licensed professional, physician, entertainer, politician, or any position where your reputation is a major element in your career, can present a barrier to acknowledging addiction and seeking treatment.
We know celebrities who entertain us, whose lives seem beautiful and glamorous, and suddenly- they are gone. The shocking news of suicide or overdose is publicized, and hearts are broken.
I heard mala beads were a popular and powerful tool, not just in general, but specifically for clients at Soberman’s Estate luxury drug and alcohol treatment center. I sat down with Janice Story, Equine and Meditation Coach, to learn more about mala beads, and the impact they have on the healing and wellbeing of individuals.
August 31st is National Overdose Awareness Day. Did you know over 70,000 individuals passed away due to a drug overdose in 2019? Soberman’s Estate founder, Mitch Prager, opened Soberman’s Estate in honor of his brother Jeff Prager, and his best friend Jerry Josen. Jeff passed away of an overdose in 2010.
Soberman’s Estate Residential Treatment Center for alcohol and addictions recently built a medicine wheel on its discreet 5-acre property in the Sonoran Desert of Arizona. The implementation of this unique tool was inspired by the Native American Medicine Wheel healing practices. I sat down with Diana Gogan, Medicine Wheel Expert and Equine Therapist, to learn more about medicine wheels, and how they help individuals on their healing journeys.
*Throughout this interview, D= Diana Gogan and H= Hannah Prager
July 24th is International Self Care Day. The Soberman's Estate team collaborated, including our Registered Nurses and Meditation Coach, to create a nighttime routine for clients, alumni, and anyone looking for a good night's sleep.
A nighttime routine can help with entering a positive and relaxed state of mind before bed, which can improve sleep quality, mindset and well being for the following day, and lead to numerous health benefits.
“Staying clean” also known as not drinking or using, is easier while being cared for in a Residential Treatment Center. Although residential treatment teaches individuals the tools they need to succeed, it is said that the ‘real work begins’ once a client leaves rehab.