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Family Support & Help, Health & Wellness After Addiction, Life in Recovery After Addiction : 12/17/2018

The holiday season is usually a time for families to come together to celebrate with the ones they love. It’s also a time when many families have loved ones visiting from out of town and kids coming home from college for the holiday break. While this time of year is fun for most, for those recovering from alcohol addiction, the holidays can be a difficult time.

Challenges at work, family dysfunction, financial obligations and many other things can make stress levels go through the roof, and it’s not uncommon for extra holiday stress to drive people in recovery to relapse.

Health & Wellness After Addiction, Life in Recovery After Addiction, Drug & Alcohol Addiction Treatments : 11/20/2018

By Scott Trout, Enterhealth Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer 
 

Dual Diagnosis, Health & Wellness After Addiction, Drug & Alcohol Addiction Treatments : 10/22/2018

By Irina Gromov, MD, PhD, Addiction Psychiatrist
 
At Enterhealth, we believe that in order to be truly effective, treatment for drug and alcohol addiction needs to address the whole person, not just the symptoms of their addiction. That’s why we offer our patients a full continuum of care that includes interviews, assessments (both physical and mental), medically assisted withdrawal stabilization (a.k.a., detox), as well as various forms of therapy. 
 

Top Addictive Substances, Dual Diagnosis, Drug & Alcohol Addiction Treatments : 09/26/2018

By Joshua M. Masino, PsyD, Neuropsychologist and Enterhealth Director of Neuropsychological Services

 

Why use neuropsychological testing for drug abuse treatment?

Substance abuse – opioid abuse in particular – causes considerable damage not only to the body, but also to the brain and its ability to function normally. This damage can be especially persistent if the user is physically dependent on the substance, and it can lead to altered cognitive, behavioral and emotional functioning.