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Four Signs Your College Student Could Be Abusing Drugs or Alcohol

Four Signs Your College Student Could Be Abusing Drugs or Alcohol It’s difficult to send your child off to college. If…

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Does Addiction Recovery Require a Change in Consciousness?

Does Addiction Recovery Require a Change in Consciousness? The last ten days, I’ve been at conferences hosted by Yale University and…

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Your Depression May Have Roots in Childhood Experience

Your Depression May Have Roots in Childhood Experience We see it all the time in addiction treatment – some sort of…

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Designer Drugs Make Users Human Guinea Pigs

Designer Drugs Make Users Human Guinea Pigs Designer drugs are synthetic chemicals that are created to be “legal” (at least temporarily)…

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Acupuncture for Pain Relief

Acupuncture for Pain Relief I was first introduced to acupuncture by my friend and colleague Dr. William Morris one of the…

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Creating Narcissism: How Your Parenting Could Lead Your Child to Addiction

Creating Narcissism: How Your Parenting Could Lead Your Child to Addiction It’s a complaint that many people make about the younger…

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Changing the Shape of the Brain Helps Addicts Recover

Changing the Shape of the Brain Helps Addicts Recover One field that is radically changing addiction treatment is neuroscience. Learning that…

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Psychedelics May Improve Mental Health: Let’s Do the Research to Find Out

Psychedelics May Improve Mental Health: Let’s Do the Research to Find Out If there was a low cost drug that could…

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Consciousness and Addiction Recovery

Consciousness and Addiction Recovery For thousands of years, philosophers, theologians, and even more recently, scientists, have theorized about consciousness, particularly, where…

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Can the Poor Really get their Addiction and Mental Health Needs Met?

Can the Poor Really get their Addiction and Mental Health Needs Met? An article in the UK’s The Guardian shares Steve’s…

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