Media Coverage


With growing acceptance of marijuana use, its relationship with heart health is called into question. In this article, some false assumptions about marijuana's effects on the hearts are debunked by Enterhealth's Dr. Harold Urschel. Marijuana actually increases heart rate which can lead to a number of consequences.

Click "Read Article" to read the full article on page 6 of Heart Monitor, from Tribune Online Content, July 2017.


Enterhealth has debuted a new psychotherapy technique designed to help people heal from emotional trauma caused by addiction and other negative experiences. Therapists at Enterhealth have introduced to patients eye movement desensitization and processing (EMDR), which reprocesses trauma in order to promote sustained recovery after addiction therapy or rehab.


Dr. Stephanie Setliff, Medical Director for Eating Recovery Center of Dallas, and Dr. Harold Urschel, Chief Medical Strategist of Enterhealth, hosted the "Enterhealth and Eating Recovery Center Luncheon" in order to address the high co-occurrence of eating disorders and addiction. Dr. Urschel describes why eating disorders and addiction can appear together, the dangers of both, and how both can be treated.


Dr. Harold Urschel III, addiction psychiatrist, spoke recently at the Communities Foundation of Texas to local healthcare leaders about the current opioid addiction. Opioids are a class of drugs including oxycodone, hydrocodone, and heroin. He said, “As many as one in four people, who receive prescription opioids long-term for non-cancer pain, struggle with addiction.”


Effective next fall, Dallas citizens will no longer be arrested for possession of four ounces or less of marijuana.  Dallas police and activists weigh in on the issue, and Dr. Harold Urschel describes the medical risks with marijuana use.