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Are Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatable?

Can 1st Step Behavior Therapies actually help someone addicted to drugs or alcohol? Is addiction even treatable? It can feel like maybe it’s not. From...

CBT, Substance Addiction’s Mortal Enemy

A person recovering from drug or alcohol addiction is very likely going to encounter behavioral therapies in their substance abuse recovery program. It doesn’t matter...

Contingency Management, The Carrot of Behavioral Therapies

Behavioral Therapies You’ve may have heard of behavioral therapies like cognitive behavioral therapy and slightly lesser known dialectical behavior therapy. Behavior therapies are gaining a...

Tranquilizers, Not as Old School As You Think

Tranquilizers can seem like kind of a vintage drug addiction. The 1950’s were a time of heavy tranquilizer, or barbiturate, addiction for instance. According to...

The Dangerous Dual Diagnosis

A dual diagnosis is nothing to ignore. Depression, Bipolar Disorder, etc can all be dangerous catalysts for a chemical dependency and substance abuse can also...

Finding The Therapy That Helps You Thrive Through Substance Abuse Recovery

Chemical dependency on any addictive substance is usually, though not always, tied to some kind of co-occurring disorder like bipolar disorder or chronic depression and...

Chemical Dependency and Withdrawal From Tranquilizers

Even though they have been the drug of choice for past generations, you don’t usually think of tranquilizers these days when you are considering the...

The Risky Business of Amphetamine Use & Withdrawal

Amphetamines, like almost all forms of intoxication are a substance of betrayal. They promise acceleration, answers, and ease but they lead to a brutal crash,...

Addiction Is Often a Symptom of Another Problem, a Dual Diagnosis

As you go through the heroic act of getting help for your chemical dependency you’ll learn pretty quickly that not only is addiction a disease...

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