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Harvard University researchers suggest that sadness, more than any other negative emotions, triggers cravings for addictive substances.
Counseling
A review of Medicaid claims has found that more than two-thirds of adolescents and young adults who survived an opioid overdose received no treatment for opioid use disorder in the month following the event.
Psychotherapy
In the stressful environment of addiction counseling, clinicians need to take the time to treat themselves more kindly, Edward Hoffman writes.
Counseling
Oregon State University researchers have found that college students in states where recreational marijuana use has been legalized are more likely than students in other states to be occasional or frequent users of the drug.
Counseling
A clinician at Mountainside suggests that conversations about patient goals should focus on the small actions that pave the way to greater progress.
Counseling
The state of California is seeking applicants for an initiative to promote tobacco-free behavioral health treatment settings and evidence-based interventions for nicotine addiction.
Counseling
John de Miranda writes that substance use treatment programs' abstinence-based approach to patient tobacco use has closed access to more productive alternatives.
Counseling
A pilot project in Louisiana will seek to lift a barrier to a productive life in recovery by promoting expungement of past offenses.
Counseling
For the second consecutive year, a soaring prevalence of vaping among youths is dominating the narrative around the Monitoring the Future survey.
Counseling
Advocates for Human Potential has created a website of resources to help employers address workplace issues around opioid addiction and recovery.
Counseling
A prominent researcher who has warned of dangers related to e-cigarette use is now linking use of the products to increased risk of chronic lung diseases.
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