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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Prescription drugs are being tremendously overprescribed and abused throughout our country today. So much so that prescription opioid addiction and deaths due to overdose has now reached epidemic levels. So perhaps due to sheer ignorance of its highly addictive nature, physicians continue to prescribe an opioid for everything from back strain due to a work-related accident, to fibromyalgia, ... Read More »
Twenty years ago, most people who suffered from a substance use disorder were addicted to illegal drugs. Today, although street drugs such as cocaine and meth remain in the equation, it is ... Read More »
Recovery, especially in the early stages, can be full of challenges. The difficulty only increases during certain times of the year. Historically, the holiday season is an exceptionally high-risk ... Read More »
Oxycontin is a highly addictive drug; many of those in the addiction field believe this pharmaceutical is at the very heart of the vast opioid drug addiction epidemic currently seen in the United ... Read More »
Addiction is complicated and often misunderstood. If a poll was conducted today and people were asked to define addiction, or what constitutes addiction, the answers would be somewhat predictable. ... Read More »
Being an advocate is nothing new; people have advocated on the part of the planet, endangered species and life-threatening illnesses for quite some time. Now there’s a new form of advocacy: ... Read More »
Many decades ago, standard operating procedure in the workplace looked like this: an employee, usually a man, worked for one company until the age of 65, at which point he retired with a gold watch. ... Read More »
Binge eating disorder (BED) is the fastest growing eating disorder in the United States today, especially in the male population. BED is similar to bulimia in that enormous quantities of food are ... Read More »
For most adolescents, high school can be a time of new experiences and plenty of change. Evidently, as graduation approaches, it can also be a season of extreme stress. A recent survey of more ... Read More »
Consuming alcohol on college campuses is nothing new. However, the culture of binge drinking is a relatively new phenomenon and a particularly dangerous one. In fact, college presidents throughout ... Read More »



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