The lack of local access to mental health and addiction services, ever increasing waiting lists, cost of private treatment, societal stigma and other factors contribute to the global widespread inability to get into therapy//treatment when the person needs it most.
Tele-healthcare or online therapy helps to remove some of these obstacles in order for many more able to receive the mental health care that they need and deserve. Virtual therapy sessions are enabling more and more people with addiction and mental health issues to succeed in their lives. This also includes other therapies including hypnotherapy, mindfulness, meditation and many others.
Here you can discover whether online therapy may benefit you or someone else you know, as well as when online therapy may not be the best fit for you. Check out our new article.
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University of Exeter scientists compared the effects of morphine on 52 healthy people, 27 with a history of childhood abuse and neglect, 25 who reported no such experiences in childhood. This research looks at the possibility of linking childhood trauma and
increased enjoyment of morphine.
The findings in this piece of research is ground-breaking and may pave the way for other similar trials that may help to identify possible candidates who may be at risk of developing an addiction, and to reduce the likelihood of adolescents developing an addiction in later life.
It’s only 2 days until ODAAT! This article will give you a brief overview of what’s going to happen on the day, an overview of each hour throughout the day and what you may need if you want to fully take part in all of the elements of the experiment. It’s up to you how much or little you do in each stage throughout the day, depending on your needs and commitments.
Is it OK to judge drug addicts & alcoholics? Find out in this article here. Also, how much control do we have over ourselves and our circumstances? It is a simple question, but one with far-reaching implications.
For instance, the level of control you believe someone else has over various aspects of their life would likely impact not just how you might personally judge, say a drug addict, but also your attitudes to whether and how much the state should be willing to help them, what help and treatments are available and many more vital questions that impact addicts and addiction in general.
If we want to change peoples opinions and judgements on issues such as addiction. We need to understand their current thoughts and feelings so that we can provide facts and clarity to benefit, not only the addicts but also society as a whole.
Keep reading to learn more and find out the results that we weren’t able to include in this article.
You don’t want to miss the shocking survey results inside this article!…