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The Benefits of Residential Treatment Programs
The Benefits of Residential Treatment Programs
August 23, 2022

Content reviewed by Karen Rubenstein, LMFT Residential treatment, also known as inpatient treatment, offers live-in care for patients. These programs are…

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Is Alcohol a Safe Drug?
Is Alcohol a Safe Drug?

Content reviewed by Karen Rubenstein, LMFT Alcohol is one of the world’s most widely known and used substances. As it is…

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How Does Family Involvement Affect One's Recovery?
How Does Family Involvement Affect One’s Recovery?
August 5, 2022

Content reviewed by Karen Rubenstein, LMFT Addiction is rarely a condition that affects solely one person. Drug and alcohol addiction is…

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An Overview of 12-Step Programs
An Overview of 12-Step Programs
July 23, 2022

Content reviewed by Karen Rubenstein, LMFT Substance use disorders (SUDs) continue to wreak havoc on the lives of individuals everywhere. For…

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CBT vs. DBT
CBT vs. DBT
July 14, 2022

Content reviewed by Karen Rubenstein, LMFT Successful recovery from mental health disorders, substance use disorders (SUDs) and co-occurring disorders require effective,…

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Addressing the Overdose Crisis
What Are Stimulant Drugs?
July 5, 2022

Content Reviewed by Cameron Bolish, M.Ed., CEO of PaRC Stimulants, also referred to as “uppers,” speed up the body’s internal systems….

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Addressing the Overdose Crisis
Addressing the Overdose Crisis
July 5, 2022

Content reviewed by Karen Rubenstein, LMFT Data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) indicated that the number of…

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Risk Factors for Developing an Addiction
Risk Factors for Developing an Addiction

Content reviewed by Karen Rubenstein, LMFT There are many misconceptions about addiction. One popular myth is that a person may only…

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Why Acceptance Is Essential to Recovery
Why Acceptance Is Essential to Recovery

Content reviewed by Karen Rubenstein, LMFT Many people that struggle with addiction continue to do so because they are not ready…

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