Are We Diseased? The Inconsistencies and Implications of the Disease Model of AddictionFebruary 21st, 2017
In this article, Dr. Walton discusses the role families play in the maintenance and treatment of addiction. Yes, our family systems can PERPETUATE addiction! More information here.
Long-term use or illicit abuse of oxycodone can impact your psychological and physiological well-being. Some negative effects include dependency, feeling high, occurrence or worsening of anxiety and/or depression. Learn about the unwanted consequences of Oxy in our detailed infographic, here.
A guide on what to expect during heroin rehab here.
Crystal meth, short for crystal methamphetamine, is a powerful, widely spread, street drug. Learn the basic facts about meth abuse, side effects and addiction, here.
A look at the main dangers of the most popular drugs of our time: heroin, meth, legal highs, and …more!
What are the the REAL addiction and trauma issues among First Responders? Todd Langus, Psy.D, MFTI shares insights and speaks from his experience in this interview.
Percocet has a high habit-forming potential for anyone who uses it continuously over the long therm, or abuses it illegally. Explore the effects of Percocet addiction, here.
You may be familiar with anti-anxiety medications and alternative methods for treating anxiety, BUT do you know about the Open Focus™ technique to treat anxiety? Open Focus™ dissolves anxiety and stress by shifting your focus of attention. Learn more here.
The opioid and opiate epidemic is taking lives at an alarming rate. How can those mourning a loss cope? Suggestions here.
A guide of WHAT TO EXPECT in terms of treatments, cost, and therapies during outpatient alcohol rehab. More here.
First Responders require confidential support for addiction. But what’s getting in the way of successful treatment? And how can we fill the gap? We explore with expert Scott H. Silverman here.