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The Long-Term Consequences of Cocaine Use
The Long-Term Consequences of Cocaine Use

The Long-Term Consequences of Cocaine Use Content reviewed by Karen Rubenstein, LMFT, Chief Clinical Officer at Cliffside Malibu Cocaine is a…

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Understanding the Stages Of Change
Understanding the Stages Of Change

Understanding the Stages Of Change Content reviewed by Karen Rubenstein, LMFT, Chief Clinical Officer at Cliffside Malibu Change can be overwhelming…

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Passive Vs. Active Recovery: Which Path Are You Taking?
Passive vs. Active Recovery: Which Path Are You Taking?

Passive vs. Active Recovery: Which Path Are You Taking? Content reviewed by Karen Rubenstein , LMFT, Chief Clinical Officer at Cliffside…

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The Hidden Signs of Prescription Drug Abuse
The Hidden Signs of Prescription Drug Abuse

The Hidden Signs of Prescription Drug Abuse Content reviewed by Karen Rubenstein, LMFT, Chief Clinical Officer at Cliffside Malibu. Prescription drug…

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Attachment Styles: What Are They and How Do They Impact Addiction?
Attachment Styles: What Are They and How Do They Impact Addiction?

Attachment Styles: What Are They and How Do They Impact Addiction? Content reviewed by Karen Rubenstein, LMFT, Chief Clinical Officer at…

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Holistic Therapy for Addiction Treatment
Holistic Therapy for Addiction Treatment

Holistic Therapy for Addiction Treatment Content Reviewed by Karen Rubenstein, LMFT, Chief Clinical Officer at Cliffside Malibu Much of addiction treatment…

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4 Ways to Not Trade One Addiction for Another
4 Ways to Not Trade One Addiction for Another

4 Ways to Not Trade One Addiction for Another Content reviewed by Karen Rubenstein, LMFT, Chief Clinical Officer at Cliffside Malibu Addictions,…

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The Fine Line Between Compulsion and Addiction
The Fine Line Between Compulsion and Addiction

The Fine Line Between Compulsion and Addiction Content reviewed by Karen Rubenstein, LMFT, Chief Clinical Officer at Cliffside Malibu If you have…

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Relapse Prevention Therapy: Know Your Triggers

Relapse Prevention Therapy: Know Your Triggers You have connections with people, places or things that remind you of good or bad…

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Toxic People and Places: Safeguarding Your Recovery

Toxic People and Places: Safeguarding Your Recovery Relieving your body of toxic substances related to addiction is a top priority when…

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