Enabling Parenting Practices: Dealing with Teen Rebellion to Prevent AddictionDecember 14th, 2017
Did you know that drug and alcohol addiction treatment can incorporate medications and genetic testing? Learn how one leading facility uses these tools as integral components of a successful treatment program. More here.
A book review of the second edition of “Neuroscience For The Mental Health Clinician” by author Steven R. Pliszka. Explore why we recommend this book in the personal library of every mental health professional…more here!
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Withdrawal symptoms appear when Spice leaves the bloodstream. Flu-like symptoms, hot flashes, and intense drug cravings are only few of the symptoms that appear after you suddenly stop taking Spice. Read more how to handle these symptoms here.
What is the nature and cause of alcohol dependence? Here, we cover how you can identify the signs and address dependence on alcohol in yourself or a loved one.
A review of what happens during narcotic rehab. We look at typical program processes to let you know what you can expect!
A look at the clinical importance of Drug, Set, and Setting and, more importantly, how it can be applied to reduce harm in substance use.
What’s the difference between normal Adderall use and a real drug problem? An inside look into teenage patterns of stimulant consumption with tips for parents whose children may already have a problem. More here.
Valium addiction is an urge, desire for constant use of the drug. There are many methods for treating addiction. What are they? Learn here.
Are you ready to kick a cocaine habit? Are you frustrated and heartbroken about your loved one's addiction? Find out more about rehab for cocaine addiction, and start moving toward a healthier life today.
An overview of the effects of buprenorphine. Plus, a list of risks associated with long-term buprenorphine use.