Rachel Fieler

SEO & Content Specialist

My name is Rachel, and this is my writing portfolio. I have years of SEO and writing experience in a digital marketing agency setting, and have since progressed to establish a presence in Hospital and Healthcare industry marketing. My capacity for thorough research has allowed me to explore and cover a wide variety of topics about stigmatized subject matters such as addiction, mental health, therapy, and more.

I believe that everyone has the right to a long and healthy life. As an SEO strategist and content writer, it is my job to call attention to the life-saving programs and services offered by credible facilities. I take great pride in my work, and I've had the pleasure of working with wonderful people. My ultimate goal is to help people in need find the help they deserve.

Writing Portfolio

A few of my favorite writing samples are available below. Contact me for more.

Client: Lumiere

What Is The K2 Drug?

The K2 drug, also known as ‘spice,’ is a man-made mind-altering synthetic cannabinoid. It is made up of chemicals and dry shredded plant material, but can also be a liquid. Users smoke K2 through e-cigarettes and other...
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What Should I Look for in Rehabs Near Me?

Client: Lumiere Healing Centers

Guided Meditations for Rehab

The practice of guided meditation has become quite popular with the rise of mental health awareness. It is not only soothing, but is also one of the most effective methods of decompressing from daily stresses like work, school, or strained relationships. In recent years...
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Client: Lumiere Treatment Center

Central Florida Treatment Center

Substance use disorder, or addiction, is a disease of the mind that requires long-term, specialized care. Unfortunately, not everyone has immediate, local access to addiction treatment centers...
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How Does Dialectical Behavioral Therapy Work?

What is the Difference Between Opiates and Opioids?

Client: Wave Medically Assisted Therapy

What is Medical Detox?

Assisted detoxification is almost always the first step in most drug or alcohol rehabilitative programs. It involves the body’s natural removal of toxins from the bloodstream and a slew of subsequent side effects called withdrawal symptoms...
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Buddhist Prayer Group Battles Opioid Epidemic With Meditation for Addiction

Client: The Treatment Center

Finding Affordable Rehab through Insurance, Loans, and More

Approximately 23.5 million Americans struggle with addiction to drugs or alcohol. Sadly, only about 10% of them receive any evidence-based treatment or rehabilitation. There are a variety of reasons why someone struggling with addiction might not seek help, but most of the time, it’s because...
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How to Forgive Your Drug-Addicted Parents

How to Stage an Intervention

The Basics of Writing an Intervention Letter

Client: The Treatment Center

The Baker Act, Part I: Need-to-Know Facts about Patient Rights

Addiction is a disease that affects more than 23.5 million people every year. Since it alters the way the brain functions, the medical community considers addiction to be a mental health issue. In the state of Florida, laws that oversee the treatment of mental illness date all the way back to 1874. The Florida Legislature revised these laws in 1971 with...
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The Baker Act, Part II: Involuntary Examination and Admission

The Baker Act, Part III: Voluntary Patient Admission

Common Questions About Medical Detox

The ABC's of Addiction Recovery: "F" is for Family Dysfunction

Client: The Treatment Center

Common Misconceptions: Debunked Myths About Addiction

Myths and misinformation surround addiction probably more than anything else. Since the topic of substance abuse varies so much in the public’s opinion of it, it can be dangerous when those opinions are formed based on false information...
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Dealing with PTSD Triggers in the Workplace

Shake Down at Steak ‘n Shake: St. Lucie’s Big Mi-Steak Drug Bust

Client: The Treatment Center

Great Women of The Bible: Ten Figures to Inspire Strength in Recovery, Part 1

From prophets to revolutionaries, there is no shortage of figures in the Bible who exude strength, morality, and greatness. Many people might first think of the men in the Bible, and understandably so. Still, there are also plenty of women who deserve recognition for their...
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Great Women of The Bible: Ten Figures to Inspire Strength in Recovery, Part 2

Biblical Signs of Toxic Relationships in Recovery

What You Should Never Say to a Christian Addict (And What to Say Instead)

Taking Communion as a Recovering Alcoholic

Client: Discovery Institute

Knowing When to Leave Your Addicted Partner

Addiction is one of the most complicated situations that anyone can face pending a breakup. After all, addiction is a disease that can be brought on by a number of factors. Some of them may be out of your partner’s control, like family history of substance use...
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Showing Support for Mental Health in Your Community

Client: Willow Place

How to Safely Lose Weight After Overcoming an Eating Disorder

Eating disorders are slowly becoming one of the most prevalent health problems in the U.S. today. In fact, the National Eating Disorders Association estimated that roughly 20 million American women and 10 million American men suffer from an eating disorder...
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Trauma Recovery and Herman's Three Stages of Treatment

Client: Grace's Way Recovery

Rehabilitation and Recovery: The Four Stages

Addiction is a complex disease that affects everyone differently. However, one thing remains the same for everyone suffering an addiction: the road ahead is long and uncertain. The very first step in the right direction is making the decision to enter a substance abuse treatment program. It won’t be easy, but it’s necessary...
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Relationships in Recovery: What to Expect When the First Year is Over

Client: The Lilly Pad of St. Augustine

What Can I Expect After Being Sober for a Year?

There are several reasons why the first year is such an important milestone in addiction recovery. It’s a hurdle followed by a triumph. The first year is often the hardest, proving to be an emotional and physical roller coaster for people in recovery...
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Client: Diablo Valley Drug & Alcohol Services

Am I an Enabler?

As the friend of the addict, you’re probably supportive of his efforts to fight his addiction and get sober, which is incredibly important. However, you have to be certain that the support you’re showing isn’t actually sabotaging his ability to get better...
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Client: Wellness Retreat Recovery Center

Relapse Triggers You Might Not Expect

Everyone in early addiction recovery knows that bad news and bad luck can trigger a relapse. Some of the more common and obvious triggers include things like financial problems, divorce, or a death in the family. However, misfortune isn’t the only cause of a relapse...
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