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Motivational Interviewing Therapy, A Kind of Behavioral Therapy

Motivational interviewing therapy is a type of therapy that is specifically designed to engender a sort of intrinsic need within the mind and heart of...

The Future of Addiction Treatment?

There has been more and more research compiled that suggests a genetic link to addiction risk. This link, if proven, makes it far more likely...

The Four Stages of Dialectical Behavioral Therapy for Addiction Recovery

Dr. Marsha Linehan was an adjunct professor of psychology and psychiatry at the University of Washington, Seattle campus when she first developed dialectical behavioral therapy....

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy For Higher Success in South Florida Rehab Centers

Cognitive behavioral therapy is a type of behavioral therapy that is designed around the goal of helping to instill within patients the types of skills...

The Many Faces of Behavioral Therapy

Behavioral Therapy is a family of different therapies that each come in very different forms. The ultimate goal of these types of therapy is always...

No Amount of Alcohol is Good for a Baby In Utero

There is a history of women believing any number of ideas about pregnancy and alcohol. In the 1950’s and 1960’s women drank throughout their pregnancies...

Staying Sober in The Heyday of a Drinking Culture

Even when someone in Florida notices that they have been reaching for the bottle a little more often than they used to it can be...

How An Alcohol Addiction Can Change The Face of Your Career

With alcohol being a staple at every social function these days, it is hard to believe that it could become a problem in one’s life...

Four Sober Friendly Drinks for A Recovering Alcoholic’s Night Out

Whether or not you’ve already attended treatment or are just trying to live a sober life in order to avoid your genetic tendency toward a...

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