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A study has concluded that having an alcoholic parent disrupts a common brain reconfiguration process even if the affected individual does not use alcohol.
Counseling
An Oregon State University study suggests that frequent users of marijuana are highly driven by reward and less sensitive to losses.
Counseling
Sierra Tucson leaders have discovered biofeedback and neuromodulation techniques to be an ideal accelerator of treatment progress for patients with substance use disorders.
Counseling
CODAC Health Recovery & Wellness Inc. has established a service site with 24-hour access to support for patients with opioid use disorder.
Counseling
Brian Duffy identifies eight client types that pose difficult challenges for clinicians in their helping role.
Counseling
A treatment center medical director discusses the challenges around addressing increasingly prevalent symptoms of psychosis in the marijuana-using population.
Counseling
The first organization has stepped in to pledge 1% of its earnings to a responsible gaming initiative promoted by the National Council on Problem Gambling.
Counseling
At the same time that addiction counselors are influencing wider use of medication treatments in their facilities, they also find themselves combating a "medication-only" mindset they find troubling.
Counseling
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.
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In the stressful environment of addiction counseling, clinicians need to take the time to treat themselves more kindly, Edward Hoffman writes.
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