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The Psychology of Addiction

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  • Common Traits in Alcohol & Drug Addiction Therapy
    Common Traits in Alcohol & Drug Addiction Therapy

    Addicts Are Powerless Over Their Addiction A very common problem when it comes to alcohol and drug addiction is that many people still cling to the idea that an addict can simply stop. Truth be told, without doing any research, or knowing someone who struggles...


  • How Do We Define Alcohol or Drug Addiction?
    How Do We Define Alcohol or Drug Addiction?

    How Do We Define Addiction? Definitions are very important when it comes to a clear explanation and understanding, so knowing how the addiction is defined helps everyone to know just what we’re dealing with. Jef Gazely, a licensed therapist with multiple specialties, says “addiction is...


  • Brain Related Treatment for Addiction
    Brain Related Treatment for Addiction

    What is Brain Related Treatment? The term Brain Related Treatment is often interchangeable with Therapy. Therapy is regarded as the best way to help with problems like addiction. According to D.J. Diebold, a Behavioral Health Therapist, the most effective way to treat the brain is to...


  • What are the Differences Between Physical & Psychological Addiction?
    What are the Differences Between Physical & Psychological Addiction?

    Physical vs. Psychological Addiction Addiction is an interesting subject. There are things that do not have addictive properties, yet people cling to them and have seeming withdrawal symptoms without them. According to a Canadian online journal called Calgary Herald, Ecstasy is not considered to be...


  • Can Love Help a Drug Addict?
    Can Love Help a Drug Addict?

    “The opposite of love isn’t hate, it’s fear.” Says D.J. Diebold, a Behavioral Health Therapist in Scottsdale, Arizona. According to Diebold, Love is the most addictive thing in the entire universe, and in many ways, he is absolutely correct. There is even mention in the...


  • Should Drug Offenders be Offered Treatment in Prison?
    Should Drug Offenders be Offered Treatment in Prison?

    Should Drug Offenders be Offered Treatment in Prison? “Without a doubt,” says D.J. Diebold, a Behavioral Health Therapist in Scottsdale, Arizona. According to Diebold, 70-80 percent of those incarcerated are locked away because of drug or alcohol law violations. Not only do these people obtain...


  • Would Decriminalizing Drugs Be Beneficial?
    Would Decriminalizing Drugs Be Beneficial?

    Behavioral Health Therapist D.J. Diebold once again tackles a hard, hot-button issue. “Well I think some certainly should be,” Diebold said in regard to whether or not drugs should be decriminalized. The question itself has brought a great deal of controversy in the country as...


  • Should there be Drug Testing for Welfare Recipients?
    Should there be Drug Testing for Welfare Recipients?

    Testing Welfare Recipients The concept of drug testing those who are applying for Welfare is considered a hot-topic, due to the amount of controversy surrounding it. “If we start with our politicians and our corporate CEOs first, yes,” said D.J. Diebold, a Behavioral Health Therapist...


  • Does Addiction Treatment Work?
    Does Addiction Treatment Work?

    Well, Does Rehab Work? “I absolutely believe that treatment works, beyond any shadow of a doubt…” says John Grab, a member of A Better Today Recovery Services’ Business Development and Outreach Program. This question may seem simple, but it makes for a good question for...