What distinguishes the everyday gym enthusiast from someone addicted to exercise? We’ve asked expert Dr. Heather A. Hausenblas, Ph.D. to help us understand the symptoms of exercise addiction. More here.
How can you navigate the high’s and the low’s of addiction recovery? An inspiring piece about how perspective can alter emotions here.
Looking to join a support group? We take an insider’s look into how support groups have been SHOWN to aid addiction recovery. More here.
Does mindfulness meditation increase the effectiveness of substance abuse treatment for teens? (BOOK REVIEW)September 25th, 2015
Yes. A mindfulness practice can be effective in the treatment of substance abuse. More here, with a book recommendation that can help you implement a fully scalable program into your clinical practice TODAY.
Are you and your family dealing with addiction? Does a member of your family need help for a drug problem? Maybe it is time to consider family counseling. Read the following Q&A with NGO treatment center, the Mariners Inn, to know what to expect. More here.
Web based addiction treatment services: INTERVIEW with Operation Parental Awareness and Responsibility (PAR)September 21st, 2015
Have you ever wondered if you need to leave home to seek help for addiction? Is online help for addiction even possible or effective? Read our interview with Operation PAR to learn more about this unique treatment alternative here. Then, decide for yourself!
In this Q&A with United Community Services, we examine the best practices in Substance Abuse Group Education. Can this program work for your organization? More here.
Uncommunicated grief affects our mental health. What’s the connection between grief and addiction? And how can we resolve grief in recovery? An exclusive Q&A here.
We speak with an executive rehab center in Florida about how you can preserve your anonymity and privacy when attending addiction treatment. A Q&A on best practices in remaining anonymous AND getting the help you need. More here.
Psychological addiction(s) have been somewhat overlooked in the recent DSM-V update. What are they? And do they deserve more attention from the clinical world? We explore here.