Does labeling objects and situations as “triggers” give them more power over you? It can be scary to live in a world where you are surrounded by relapse triggers. Good news: You may be able to beat them by viewing them differently. Learn more here.
Are you a therapist looking for a practical workbook to help you when working with groups of women? Check out this manual of evidence-based strategies for treating women with substance use disorders. More on why we like it here.
In this article, Dr. Walton will discuss strategies that minimize risk of relapse during the treatment process. More tips for practitioners here.
Looking for an effective and quick intervention for stress? Here, Editor Lee Weber talks about her personal experience working with Dr. Bob Wright and his stress management methods. More on what they are and how they can work for you here.
Are you caught in a marriage with a drug addict? How do you survive the Holidays? An article with insight from someone who’s been there. Read and share here.
Seven (7) steps on how to get through the holidays when you’re dealing with addiction. Plus, a section for your shares at the end.
It’s winter. Bears hibernate. If you want to maintain your recovery from addiction you shouldn’t. Tips and tools here.
Yes, Subutex actually delays withdrawal from stronger drugs like oxycodone, hydrocodone, or heroin. More on how Subutex works in the brain here.
Yes, Depade can help treat addiction to opiates by helping reduce cravings. How does it work? It is an opioid receptor antagonist that works by binding to opioid receptors. But instead of activating the receptors, Depade effectively blocks them. More on how Depade works for addiction here.
Yes, Vivitrol helps with cravings for alcohol and opiates/opioids. More on how Vivitrol (naltrexone) works in the body here.