Perhaps 20% of users will experience withdrawal– evidence of their dependence on the drug– regardless of whether they have other symptoms.
Topics: cannabis, diagnosis, signs and symptoms
Clear thinking will help you make the best and healthiest choices while you build your recovery.
Topics: stress, tools for recovery
Once in the system, a hacker can easily move from one area to another– accessing PHI on many other patients.
Topics: administration, ethics
It becomes easier to dash off a prescription for Oxy than to argue with a determined patient.
Topics: health care, physicians
Having an escape plan or a back-up excuse should you need to leave a stressful situation quickly can also be very helpful.
Topics: emotional issues, maintaining sobriety
The terms of agreement that emerge from an intervention must be the right terms, likely to result in success and amenable to all parties.
Topics: getting help, intervention, Intervention Series
It’s a form of rehab for the brain recovering from sick, negative thinking.
Topics: maintaining sobriety, tools for recovery
Sexual relations between therapist and patient can seriously damage the public’s trust in the safety of their loved ones.
Topics: clinical management, ethics, supervision
The therapist’s faith in the approach appears to be more important than the approach itself.
Topics: counseling skills, therapies and tools
Unhealthy conflict among staff can ‘bleed’ over into patient care, and that’s never good.
Topics: clinical management, supervision