Ending Addiction for Good

New Hope for Treating Depression and Alcoholism

Twelve months after treatment, the benefits of adding these psychotherapeutic techniques were even stronger—the effects of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Motivational Interviewing lasted whereas the benefit of treatment as usual tended to evaporate by the one-year mark. Read More

Thanks for sharing!

Thank you for sharing the information on depression. It is good to see that information like this is being posted in a wider circle of networks.

Thanks again. Keep up the great work!
Dr. Andrew Greszczyszyn

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Richard Taite is CEO and founder of the Cliffside Malibu Treatment Center in Malibu, California and co-author of the book Ending Addiction for Good.


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