Psychiatrist - Timberline Knolls Residential Treatment Center
 
Dr. Kimberly Dennis is the Medical Director at Timberline Knolls Residential Treatment Center. She maintains a holistic perspective in the practice of psychiatry, incorporating biological, psycho-social and spiritual approaches…
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Substance addiction is rampant throughout our country, and every year thousands of people die from overdose. Loved ones of the deceased continue to ask the same questions: “Why didn’t he stop using?” or “Didn’t she know it would eventually kill her?” These types of questions imply that an actual choice is involved with addiction. This is just not the case. Consider the following, ... Read More »
Could there possibly be a more innocent and harmless sounding name than Molly? The truth is, this drug is anything but harmless; in fact, it is responsible for untold numbers of deaths throughout the ... Read More »
In the past two years, we have experienced the advent of something never before seen in our country: the legalization of marijuana (recreational use) in two states. Ask the good citizens of ... Read More »
Words carry a tremendous amount of power. They can be positive and reinforcing, or negative and condemning. Recognizing this intrinsic power, a White House summit on drug policy reform recently ... Read More »
Families are complex groups of people. The complexity of the family unit is emphasized when one of its members struggles with an addiction or mental illness. Although one would imagine that things ... Read More »
Recovery is a journey. It starts, but doesn’t end the moment an individual enters residential or inpatient treatment. Actually, most people do a lot of important recovery work even before coming to ... Read More »
Depression is a psychiatric disorder that has plagued people for a very long time. In the past, those with this debilitating condition were frequently misdiagnosed, or simply misunderstood. Today, ... Read More »
Prescription drug abuse is epidemic in the female population. Although much of this abuse is focused on tranquilizing agents such as pain killers and sleep aids, many women gravitate toward drugs ... Read More »
We have long known that family history carries a strong risk factor for addiction; meaning if a parent is an alcoholic, their children will have a greater chance of developing an addiction to ... Read More »
During recent years, much has been written about anorexia and bulimia, and for good reason. Both are devastating disorders that often destroy a woman or girl’s life as well as that of her family. ... Read More »



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