You can. But why try to beat addiction on your own? Science is showing us how social connections make us more happy. This article explores the relationship between community and positivity, with tips on how you can get more connected…today!
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A look at the applications, requirements, and best practices of telehealth in the treatment of chemical addictions.
Addiction is not really a hedonistic pursuit. It is a grueling, maladaptive way of relating to other people and an inability to be present in one’s life and self. Explore basic concepts brought forward by The Rat Park and learn how you can overcome addiction through connecting to other people. More here.
Neurofeedback is a powerful technology used in the treatment of addiction. A quick look into what neurofeedback does and how it works here.
It depends. Factors that contribute to NLP’s success in a treatment setting include client commitment, the client/counselor relationship, underlying issues, and effective interventions. A broad look at efficacy here!
Do you hesitate when it comes to “meditation”? Here, we discuss 7 real-life benefits of adding meditation (Step 11) to your daily routine. More on the science, research, and advantages of this age-old intervention here.
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 look at the clinical importance of Drug, Set, and Setting and, more importantly, how it can be applied to reduce harm in substance use.
In this article, I discuss ways a counselor can use NLP strategies to help manage feelings of guilt, grief, and regret rising from past addiction issues. I briefly review the Stages of Change and NLP Models and then apply NLP strategies with a hypothetical client.
Experiential therapy used in addiction treatment can include equine, music and art, yoga and adventure therapy. Learn more about how getting a person into “an experience” can enhancement treatment outcomes here.