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    Curiously, a cluster of synthetic hallucinogens sold as LSD or mescaline and marketed as “Legal Acid,” “Smiles,” or “25-I” is rarely mentioned. The drug is known as “N-Bomb” because of its unique chemical compositions: 25I-NBOMe, 25C-NBOMe, or 25B-NBOMe.

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    Introspection can lead people to look at the pluses and minuses of life. It will cause people to look at things that have been done well and things that could have been done better. It can bring about growth through change. That is the spirit with which this is being written.

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“Client” or “Patient”: Does it Make a Difference?

Counselor Concerns

2017/Jan-Feb

ci_concernsIn behavioral health the terms “client” or “patient” are used to describe people receiving treatment services. The differences are often related to the type of the provider’s profession or license....
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