12 Ways Addiction And Mental Health Professionals Help People Using Telemedicine/Online Therapy

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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Can Your Smartphone Tell When You’re Drunk And Provide You With Alternative Solutions? Also, Does Wearable Alcohol Detection Technology Work?

It isn’t always easy to know when you’ve had one alcoholic drink too many, you may not even realise just how much you’re drinking.
But your smartphone may be able to help those struggling with alcohol abuse and addiction.
Also, do alcohol detecting wristbands & ankle tags that link to your smartphone or to an external source really work? Find out all you need to know here!