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National Advocacy Update for Addiction Programs and Professionals
As opioids continue to dominate the policy agenda in Washington, much attention has been paid to the use of medication-assisted treatment (MAT).
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These days, it’s wonderful to see Chloe almost skipping into my clinic for her acupuncture appointment. Chloe is a thirty-two-year-old, athletic, fit, lovely woman with a smile that can brighten any room. However, I’m getting ahead of myself; when I first met Chloe just over a year ago, she was sad, sullen, and had very few smiling days.
Featured In This Issue of Counselor Magazine
What Every Therapist Needs to Know About Sex
How Trauma Numbs Sexuality
Sexual Health Education in SUD Treatment
Interview: Andrew Tatarsky, PhD
JSAT: Trauma Symptoms and Treatment Outcomes for Men and Women
Society's New Addiction to Speed
Prayer: What is it?
I remember listening to a Cole Porter song called “What Is This Thing Called Love?” and I then started to think about prayer. What is it? And does it work?
Stopping the Noise in Your Head: The New Way to Overcome Anxiety and Worry by Reid Wilson, PhD
“Where would we be without our worries? How would the dishes get done, children get fed, bills get paid? With all that we have going on in our lives, how would the floors get swept, homework get done, birthday cards get mailed on time? How would we get enough sleep each night unless we worried about not getting enough sleep?”
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