Addiction Topic Keyword: Therapy (p. 19 of 19)

  • Compulsive Hoarding

    Compulsive Hoarding

    More people than you may realize suffer from a disorder referred to as 'compulsive hoarding'. There is no way of knowing for sure how many people are actually compulsive hoarders but it's estimated that around 1.2 million people may suffer from this disorder. People who suffer from compulsive hoarding acquire an extreme amount of possessions or belonging usually in their living and work space....

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  • Borderline Personality Disorder and Substance Abuse

    Borderline Personality Disorder and Substance Abuse

    When an individual is diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) they're emotions are unstable for long periods of time and they have a hard time relating to people in general. Many people suffering with BPD have hectic and chaotic relationships with other people and they're behaviors and the way they act appears to be impulsive. Some people with BPD display self-harming behaviors and...

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  • Treatment Approaches for Substance Abuse and Dependency

    Treatment Approaches for Substance Abuse and Dependency

    Medically Assisted Treatment for Substance Abuse Unfortunately in this day and age we still have thousands of people suffering from addiction to alcohol and drugs that are in need of treatment for this serious disease. People of all ages are suffering and many of them know they need help but are afraid to seek treatment for several reasons.
    It has to be extremely hard for a person to admit...

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