Art therapies can help raise self-esteem. They also provide an opportunity to create new experiences. But, what is art therapy, really? How is it used in the treatment of addiction? Find more in the text that follows.
In this article, Dr. Janice Walton outlines a typical first session using the Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP) approach for addiction issues. Great for clinicians interested in the power of NLP!
Understand your pain and learn how you can take control over your life again. Learn more in our book review of “Managing pain before it manages you” by author and pain expert Margaret A. Caudill.
Shannon Kopp shares her personal experiences from entering rehabilitation for eating disorders. Learn what you can expect and what the author wishes she had known, in this article.
A large portion of high-function alcoholics, prescription drug abusers and drug users are C-Suite Executives. How can companies help their C-Suites with addiction? Read, here.
Catch the small problems in your recovery before they turn into big ones. In this article, learn how you can identify and react to these risks, in order to sustain a long-term recovery.
What is outpatient addiction treatment and who should go? Read more about types, benefits, duration, and cost of outpatient treatment, here.
An exclusive interview with Kathleen Sciacca, MA in which we explore some of the BEST WAYS to address substance abuse problems for a higher likelihood of change.
Is there a way to reduce drug diversion? Can medical doctors participate in the prevention of the diversion of prescribed medications? Expert Warren Rivera explains more in this interview.
Many people who are addicted to drugs are also diagnosed with other mental disorders and vice versa. But can you treat depression and addiction at the same time? How does it work and is it effective? More insight here.