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Is Gambling Addictive? What do addicted gamblers look like?

Casino gambling, unlike drinking, has no redeeming social value. The new American Psychiatric Association diagnostic manual, DSM-5, scheduled ...
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Getting Your Child the Help They Need

Seeking the Right Treatment for Your Mentally Ill Son or Daughter For parents who struggle for years to ...
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Please Don’t Try to Rescue Me

In my work outside of Cliffside, I write and speak about infertility. I am going to ...
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Parents Important in the Prevention, Awareness of Eating Disorders

Eating disorders are now epidemic in the United States. Approximately 11 million women and girls struggle with anorexia and ...
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Spotting & Responding to Severe, Potentially Violent Mental Illness

The Questions We’re Asking in the Orlando Aftermath… In the wake of extreme violence in Orlando, ...
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5 Early Signs You’re Getting Addicted to Your Pain Medication

We often read about how to tell if we’re addicted to prescription painkillers and what ...
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The Dos and Don’ts of Intervention

In his best selling book, I’ll Quit Tomorrow, the late Dr. Vernon Johnson wrote that the hallmark ...
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Family Involvement is Important in Substance Abuse Treatment

For family and friends of drug- or alcohol-addicted individuals, addressing the addiction is one of ...
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But It Worked for Me: The Value of Self-Experimentation

We all have patterns of behavior we'd like to change. But whether it's smoking less or not at all, paying ...
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A&E’s Intervention, meet Motivational Interviewing

A&E's "Intervention" is a worthwhile program, but it leaves more to tell A&E’s "Intervention" is a ...
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