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We can’t always predict which problem will require attention first — or indeed, when opening a door in therapy will introduce a whole new set of emotional needs and issues.
Category: Addiction Clinicians, Articles, Library | Tags: assessment, client types and needs, co-occurring disorders, compulsive behavior, therapeutic models, therapies and tools, trauma, treatment planning
For some reason, the clients paid little attention to his advice. Most of the time, they treated him like a visitor from Mars.
The key question involves which part of the COD population you’re going to serve. It’s not really a homogeneous group.
I recall someone telling me he could be patient as long as he knew that eventually he’d get what he wanted. Well, it’s easy to be patient then. The trick is to have patience when you don’t know the outcome.
He still isn’t willing to talk about me or my feelings. The kids and I went through three years of pain waiting for him to reach the point where he admitted he needed help
Category: Blogs, Families, How to Talk so Someone With Addiction Will Listen (families), Recovery | Tags: alanon and alateen, co dependency, early recovery, maintaining sobriety, promoting recovery, recovery support groups
Advertising is vulnerable to abuse. Rules are few and easy to circumvent.
Occasional use is not the problem. Trouble increases dramatically, however, with heavier use.
Don’t chains have quality control mechanisms to alert headquarters to abnormal patterns in prescription use?
What we really need most are substantive changes on the demand side.
Even if it turns out to be ineffective for patients, buying cannabis products certainly gives a boost to the sales figures.