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Depression and Alcoholism; Common Companions

2021-02-25T12:03:36-05:00

By Elizabeth Ossip, LCSW, CAP, ICADC Co-occurring alcoholism and depression are one of the most common “dual diagnosis.” According to a report by NIAAA, “Alcohol-dependent respondents were 3.9 times more likely to have had

Depression and Alcoholism; Common Companions2021-02-25T12:03:36-05:00

Winter Blues: Seasonal Affective Disorder and Addiction.

2021-02-25T11:53:41-05:00

By Elizabeth Ossip, LCSW, CAP, ICADC Seasonal Affective Disorder, or SAD, is a form of depression that occurs seasonally, most often during the winter months, and is linked to shortened exposure to daylight, maladaptive circadian

Winter Blues: Seasonal Affective Disorder and Addiction.2021-02-25T11:53:41-05:00

Pain Management and Addiction

2021-02-25T11:49:45-05:00

By Elizabeth Ossip, LCSW, CAP, ICADC For people in recovery from addiction and alcoholism, pain management can be complicated and challenging. The introduction of opioid pain medications can trigger a relapse or develop into an

Pain Management and Addiction2021-02-25T11:49:45-05:00

How To Find A Top Rated Drug Rehab

2020-04-28T15:02:43-04:00

Substance addiction, whether it is to drugs or alcohol is not a battle, it is a war with many battles that need to be fought over a long period of time. It is not easy,

How To Find A Top Rated Drug Rehab2020-04-28T15:02:43-04:00

Why is Alcohol Still Socially Accepted?

2020-08-04T11:44:07-04:00

Even though it’s widely available and socially acceptable to drink, alcohol is still responsible for thousands of deaths and countless injuries every year. Moreover, despite the fact that it’s addictive and dangerous, people continue to

Why is Alcohol Still Socially Accepted?2020-08-04T11:44:07-04:00
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