Treatment of Panic Attacks

A panic attack is a dangerous disorder which can be an extremely threatening experience because, during one, people imagine the worst possible effects happening to them – they may fear they are having a heart attack, dying, suffocating or even going crazy. Treating panic attacks is an important process. Though it is true that a… Continue reading Treatment of Panic Attacks

Alcoholism Recovery – A Brief Description

Anyone desires to recover from alcoholism, they have to get much knowledge in the rehab treatment steps that full recovery involves: intervention, detoxification and rehabilitation. If you are an alcoholic and want to recover from the disease, then you will need to take these steps in order if you wish to get the right treatment… Continue reading Alcoholism Recovery – A Brief Description

Sex Addiction FAQ

1. What is sex addiction? Sex addiction is a way some people medicate their feelings and/or cope with their stresses to the degree that their sexual behavior becomes their major coping mechanism for stresses in their life. The individual often can not stop this sexual behavior for any great length of time by themselves. The… Continue reading Sex Addiction FAQ

Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous

Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous (SLAA) is a twelve-step program for people recovering from sex addiction and love addiction. SLAA was founded in Boston, Massachusetts in 1976, by a member of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA). Though he had been a member of AA for many years, he repeatedly acted out and was serially unfaithful to his… Continue reading Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous

Inpatient & Outpatient Drug Detox Program

Two kinds of drug detox programs are available in rehab centers. they are inpatient drug detox programs and outpatient drug detox programs. While the outpatient drug detox program certainly might appear more convenient, we are looking for results not convenience. Some of the reasons the relapse rate is so high in an out patient drug… Continue reading Inpatient & Outpatient Drug Detox Program

Using Alliances and Networks To Improve Treatment for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Clients

Rationale for Alliance Building and First Steps Improve Treatment for Lesbian Providers who are moving into this service area typically do not have strong ties to LGBT communities or to service organizations that traditionally have provided services to these individuals. It will be important to build alliances both with the LGBT community and with organizations,… Continue reading Using Alliances and Networks To Improve Treatment for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Clients

How to Combat Compulsive Sexual Desires

A number of people are struggling to fight their compulsive sexual desires. Compulsive Sexual Desires Whether people are into one-night stands, cybersex, phone sex, strippers, pornography, fantasy, hiring prostitutes, or compulsively addicted to one lover, there is help to stop sex addiction. If your desires or activities are overtaking other aspects of your life, then… Continue reading How to Combat Compulsive Sexual Desires

The Basics EVERYONE Must Know About Alcoholics Anonymous And Addiction Treatment

One of the oldest forms of dealing with addiction is to be a member of Alcoholics Anonymous (simply known as AA). Many people that are getting to know about this group of people recently are having some misconceptions about the group. Alcoholics Anonymous And Addiction Treatment Some people see them as a bunch of unserious… Continue reading The Basics EVERYONE Must Know About Alcoholics Anonymous And Addiction Treatment

Gay Culture

There is a lively debate in the LGBT community over what constitutes gay culture. Is it several cultures within one culture? Do lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people each have their own cultures? Gay culture is as diverse as all its members. Gay Culture However, there is no question that many LGBT individuals experience a… Continue reading Gay Culture

Introduction to Substance Abuse Drug Treatment for Gay and Lesbian Individuals

The Center for Substance Abuse Treatment (CSAT) of the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) is pleased to present A Provider’s Introduction to Substance Abuse Treatment for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Individuals. Substance Abuse Drug Treatment for Gay and Lesbian This publication was developed through a systematic and innovative process in which… Continue reading Introduction to Substance Abuse Drug Treatment for Gay and Lesbian Individuals