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Co-Occurring Disorders: Treatment

By: JoAnn Kukulus, M.S. Clinical Psychology BBS Registered Intern at Adolescent Counseling Services Part II of blog series on Co-Occurring Disorders Read Part I: Co-Occurring Disorders: Diagnosis Regardless of which issue presented first, mental health or alcohol/substance abuse, recovery depends on acknowledging and treating both the alcohol/substance abuse and the mental health issue. The most […]

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Co-Occurring Disorders: Diagnosis

By: JoAnn Kukulus, M.S. Clinical Psychology BBS Registered Intern at Adolescent Counseling Services Increasingly at Adolescent Counseling Services, we are encountering clients who are struggling with both alcohol or substance use/abuse and mental health issues such as depression, anxiety, bi-polar disorder, and the effects of trauma (PTSD). The intersection of these conditions is rapidly gaining […]

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Meet Molly (AKA The “New” Ecstasy)

Source: Yourteenmag.com By Samantha Zabel Partying with “Molly” sounds harmless—the name invokes images of your teen’s peppy study partner or a high school cheerleader. But the recent string of Molly drug deaths and overdoses prove that Molly, a form of Ecstasy, is much more serious than its cheery pseudonym. Over the weekend, Electric Zoo, a multi-day music […]

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