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Attitude Problem?

ATTITUDE MATTERS: INVESTIGATING BARRIERS TO SEEKING ALCOHOL TREATMENT

“What problem does this study address?

Interesting study looking at some of the attitudes among those with alcohol used disorders which prevent them from seeking treatment. 943 more words

Alcoholism

Here's Why I Can't Drink

I’ve been pretty lazy about posting and have been spending my time doing other things, mostly shopping. I shop a lot. I don’t even buy that much, just therapeutically shopping away, searching for the PERFECT boots and the PERFECT flats. 662 more words

Soberblog

Attitudes about alcohol use disorder treatment are biggest barrier

Zig Ziglar said, “Your attitude determines your altitude.” While I’m not big on cliché’s, when it comes to someone with an alcohol use disorder seeking treatment, Mr. 351 more words

Writing

New evidence that AA can be a resource for Recovery

While I can understand the criticisms of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and other 12-step programs, a recent study that I stumbled upon suggests that for people wanting to achieve sustained abstinence from alcohol use, increased AA meeting attendance yields positive results. 390 more words

Writing

Emotional Intelligence: An Untapped Resource for Prevention among Adolescents and Adults?

Emotional Intelligence: An Untapped Resource for Alcohol and Other Drug Related Prevention among Adolescents and Adults

Throughout various blogs we have suggested that a predictor of later alcohol, drug and behavioural abuse is impaired emotion processing and regulation deficits in certain “vulnerable” individuals. 2,778 more words

Alcohol Use Disorder

Does alcohol screening work in general practice?

This clinical article on the evidence surrounding alcohol screening and brief interventions was published in the medical periodical, The Medical Republic.

GP Unit author: Michael Tam 1,681 more words

General Practice