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Clinical Challenges

Far too many addiction treatment programs continue to avoid addressing patient trauma. There is a better way.
Some responses to a post on the concept of tough love suggest that more needs to be done to combat stigma.
With the emergence of a medication to treat cocaine dependence appearing to be years away, a focus on viable therapeutic interventions must intensify.
Angela Thomas-Jones discusses trends that are complicating issues around clinician self-disclosure and boundary setting in treatment.
Fatal overdose data from Massachusetts suggest that polysubstance use is now commonplace among opioid users, and factors such as homelessness are linked to use of opioids and stimulants.
In this short video, WestBridge employees define the meaning of Co-occurring Disorders as when an individual is experiencing both symptoms of mental health and substance use disorders together—also…
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