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Neuroscience of Impulse and Addiction

Neuroscience of Impulse and Addiction

Impulsivity, sensation-seeking, and substance abuse have long been linked. Although individuals who abuse drugs are
Wilderness Therapy for Teens

Wilderness Therapy for Teens

Typically, treatment for addiction involves a therapeutic approach and either inpatient or outpatient care. One ...
Should Addiction be Viewed as a Learning Disorder?

Should Addiction be Viewed as a Learning Disorder?

In the current socio-political landscape, drug addiction is a topic in which people from all walks of life can find
The Role of Serotonin in Health and Recovery

The Role of Serotonin in Health and Recovery

Some believe serotonin to be a hormone, but it’s usually classified as a neurotransmitter, which is very different.
How is Gambling Bad for You?

How is Gambling Bad for You?

Gambling can certainly become a problematic, destructive behavior. Compulsive gambling is often called “problem ...
6 Important Questions to ask to Avoid a Bad Drug Rehab Center

6 Important Questions to ask to Avoid a Bad Drug Rehab Center

If you've chosen to attend a treatment center for substance addiction, know that you're making one of the most ...
Domestic Violence and Substance Abuse

Domestic Violence and Substance Abuse

Drug or alcohol addiction is a slow, often insidious progression, the signs and symptoms of which are often left ...
Some People are More Likely to Relapse than Others

Some People are More Likely to Relapse than Others

According to a study recently published in the psychiatric journal Substance Abuse Research and Treatment, addicts ...
What to Expect from Drug Rehab

What to Expect from Drug Rehab

When enrolling in drug rehab, you can expect a community of like-minded people who want the best for you, who want ...
Psychiatrist Calls for the Reclassification of Psychedelics

Psychiatrist Calls for the Reclassification of Psychedelics

Since the Controlled Substances Act of 1970, psychedelic drugs belonged to the schedule 1 class: no accepted ...
Addiction Treatment Programs for the LGBT Community

Addiction Treatment Programs for the LGBT Community

The LGBT community is one of the most discriminated against populations in the US. It's no surprise LGBT ...
10 Tips for a Successful Alcohol Intervention

10 Tips for a Successful Alcohol Intervention

For alcoholics, interventions are performed to persuade the desire to quit. It's a process which involves a ...
Neuroscience of Impulse and Addiction

Neuroscience of Impulse and Addiction

Impulsivity, sensation-seeking, and substance abuse have long been linked. Although individuals who abuse drugs are
Wilderness Therapy for Teens

Wilderness Therapy for Teens

Typically, treatment for addiction involves a therapeutic approach and either inpatient or outpatient care. One ...
Should Addiction be Viewed as a Learning Disorder?

Should Addiction be Viewed as a Learning Disorder?

In the current socio-political landscape, drug addiction is a topic in which people from all walks of life can find
The Role of Serotonin in Health and Recovery

The Role of Serotonin in Health and Recovery

Some believe serotonin to be a hormone, but it’s usually classified as a neurotransmitter, which is very different.
How is Gambling Bad for You?

How is Gambling Bad for You?

Gambling can certainly become a problematic, destructive behavior. Compulsive gambling is often called “problem ...
6 Important Questions to ask to Avoid a Bad Drug Rehab Center

6 Important Questions to ask to Avoid a Bad Drug Rehab Center

If you've chosen to attend a treatment center for substance addiction, know that you're making one of the most ...
Domestic Violence and Substance Abuse

Domestic Violence and Substance Abuse

Drug or alcohol addiction is a slow, often insidious progression, the signs and symptoms of which are often left ...
Some People are More Likely to Relapse than Others

Some People are More Likely to Relapse than Others

According to a study recently published in the psychiatric journal Substance Abuse Research and Treatment, addicts ...
What to Expect from Drug Rehab

What to Expect from Drug Rehab

When enrolling in drug rehab, you can expect a community of like-minded people who want the best for you, who want ...
Psychiatrist Calls for the Reclassification of Psychedelics

Psychiatrist Calls for the Reclassification of Psychedelics

Since the Controlled Substances Act of 1970, psychedelic drugs belonged to the schedule 1 class: no accepted ...
Addiction Treatment Programs for the LGBT Community

Addiction Treatment Programs for the LGBT Community

The LGBT community is one of the most discriminated against populations in the US. It's no surprise LGBT ...
10 Tips for a Successful Alcohol Intervention

10 Tips for a Successful Alcohol Intervention

For alcoholics, interventions are performed to persuade the desire to quit. It's a process which involves a ...

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