Relapse prevention is a large part of recovery from addiction. Exercise improves mental health and stress management, and aids in developing relapse prevention skills.Read More
by Maryland Recovery | Apr 3, 2018 | Addiction Disorders, Alcohol Addiction, Behavioral Therapy, Child Abuse, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Drug Addiction, Living With Mental Illness, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Stress, Trauma Disorders, Veterans | 2
Untreated PTSD can lead to a serious struggle with alcoholism. Traumatized people often turn to alcohol as a form of self-medication. The hard reality is that trying to battle PTSD alone will likely lead to substance abuse and addiction. This, in turn, ends up intensifying the symptoms of PTSD. Though alcohol may provide a temporary distraction from trauma, it only exacerbates the problem.Read More
Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) is a childhood psychiatric disruptive behavior disorder. ODD children typically are aggressive toward others. They tend to intentionally bother and irritate those around them. In addition,...Read More
by Jerald Cilente, PhD, LCADC, ABMPP | Feb 18, 2009 | Alcohol Addiction, Caffeine Addiction, Cannabis Addiction, Children, Drug Addiction, Expired, Hallucinogen Addiction, Inhalant Addiction, Opioid Addiction, Other Substance Addictions, Psychotherapy, Sedative, Hypnotic, Anxiolytic Addiction, Stimulant Addiction, Tobacco Addiction | 0
Abstract Significant cognitive theories are discussed that tend to play a major role in substance abuse treatments. Their common concepts are extracted and synthesized for the purpose of relating it to the relevant research...Read More
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