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Emotion regulation treatment helps pregnant women quit or reduce smoking

September 22, 2017  |  Gary A. Enos, Editor
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A study has found that pregnant women who were motivated to quit smoking were more likely to succeed when their therapy included sessions assisting them in regulating emotions.

Clinical director touts Family-Based Treatment for adolescent eating disorders

September 19, 2017  |  Gary A. Enos, Editor
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The new clinical director at La Ventana Treatment Programs in Santa Barbara, Calif., is a disciple of an evidence-based treatment approach founded in England in the 1980s.

Increase reported in eating disorder treatment for very young in England

September 18, 2017  |  Gary A. Enos, Editor
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Girls ages 10 to 12 are among those seeing significant increases in treatment for eating disorders in greater Manchester, England.

Study: Parents less concerned with marijuana than alcohol

September 15, 2017  |  Tom Valentino, Senior Editor
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A study released by Caron Treatment Centers finds a quarter of parents would be comfortable sharing marijuana with their adult children, and a majority finds marijuana less dangerous than alcohol.

Important role of school-based health clinics highlighted

September 15, 2017  |  Gary A. Enos, Editor
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A Health Affairs blog states that in some school systems, screening and brief intervention efforts targeting problematic substance use are becoming a successful alternative to student disciplinary measures.

Youth prevention group initiates talks about addiction through photography

September 15, 2017  |  Gary A. Enos, Editor
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The PhotoVoice project in several Massachusetts communities allows students to express their views on addiction by photographing relevant scenes in their neighborhoods.

Report suggests aggressive health initiative to improve New Jersey reentry outcomes

September 11, 2017  |  Gary A. Enos, Editor
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Intensive case management with elements of trauma-informed care and harm reduction would improve substance use outcomes for New Jersey inmates reintegrating into the community, a new report suggests.

Funding in California encourages youth gambling awareness efforts

September 6, 2017  |  Gary A. Enos, Editor
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The California Center for Youth Development and Health Promotion has a funding opportunity for public awareness campaigning around the dangers of gambling in young people.

Ceremonial approaches essential to healing in Native American community

August 30, 2017  |  Jesse J. Morris, PhD, LPC, and William Nevin
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The availability of traditional ceremonies is important to a successful process of addressing multigenerational collateral damage in Native American families.

Energy drink consumption linked to increased risk for SUD

August 28, 2017  |  Tom Valentino, Senior Editor
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A study by researchers at the University of Maryland School of Public Health finds young adults who regularly consume energy drinks could be at an increased risk for future substance use disorders.

Report: Only a cultural shift can improve substance use problems in legal profession

August 24, 2017  |  Gary A. Enos, Editor
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National groups representing legal professionals say substance use and mental health problems among attorneys warrant profession-wide reform.

Disorders in wealthy families: Cutting them off doesn't work

August 22, 2017  |  Paul Hokemeyer, JD, PhD
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The savvy clinician can use wealth to motivate the patient and his/her loved ones when working with ultra high net worth (UHNW) families.

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