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Using Research to Inform Substance Use Treatment

The vast majority of substance abuse treatment uses no research to vet techniques and relies on antiquated notions of addiction to guide interventions. This is a fantastic article that describes newer, empirically supported methods like motivational interviewing and harm reduction, … Continue reading

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Predicting Bipolar Disorder in At-Risk Youth

I often speak with parents who are wondering if their children may have Bipolar Disorder. One of my areas of expertise is in diagnosing and treating this illness when it presents in young people and adolescents.¬†While such a diagnosis can … Continue reading

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