How CBT Methods Are Aiding Patients in Recovering from Heroin Addiction

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is a widely used psychological treatment approach first developed by Dr. Aaron T. Beck in the 1960’s. CBT was initially developed in order to treat depression, but clinicians have found it useful in the treatment of various anxiety and substance use disorders as well. Since both individual and group sessions of CBT have…

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The Opioid Crisis – Fentanyl Is Beating Heroin but Dsuvia Coming Up From Behind

According to the 2018 National Vital Statistics System report, Fentanyl has now surpassed the less potent opioid heroin as the most dangerous and deadly opioid drug, causing the most opioid drug deaths in the United States as a result of the drug epidemic. The opioid epidemic is devastating Florida, the United States, and the whole…

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