Gooden Center
A residential drug treatment center for men located in Pasadena, CA. The Gooden Center is a proud member of the National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers (NAATP).

(626) 356-0078
191 North El Molino Avenue Pasadena, CA 91101 US

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Do You Need Anger Management or AA?

Do You Need Anger Management or AA?

Everyone experiences anger from time to time but in certain cases, feelings of anger can become problematic. When someone has frequent emotional outbursts of anger or feel that they can’t control what they say or do when they are angry then it may be a sign of a disorder. If anger seems overwhelming and leads to
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Financial Stress and Wellness

Financial Stress and Wellness

Different aspects of our lives can have an affect on wellness including family life, relationships, work and stress. One of the biggest stressors that people often experience is related to financial difficulties. The struggle with money is a leading source of stress in the U.S. and can cause all kinds of physical and mental health problems.

Financial stress
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How to Relieve Winter Depression

How to Relieve Winter Depression

The seasons can have a strong effect on our mood, especially during long winters. The cold weather, lack of sunlight and shorter days can all cause feelings of sadness and depression. People with seasonal affective disorder are particularly affected by the winter and may have more serious symptoms that they need to cope with.

One of the
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Suffering a Setback in Recovery

Suffering a Setback in Recovery

Quitting an addiction can be a different journey for everyone that goes through the process. It will never be perfect or the ideal scenario as each person will have to cope with their own ups and downs. There are bound to be setbacks that come up and learning to handle those experiences will become an essential part of
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Giving Up Coffee to Treat Anxiety

Giving Up Coffee to Treat Anxiety

Most people know that caffeine is not good for your health but evidence suggests that it can even worsen symptoms of anxiety. People rely on coffee as a stimulant to keep them awake and focused but along with those affects come jitteriness, tension, increased heart rate and other symptoms. These physical effects very closely resemble some of
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