In an informal therapy group, Dr. Nora Volkow discusses addiction as a brain disease with addicts and family members.
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Experts explain that relapse is not the failure of treatment but part of the disorder.
20m 32s En
Experts offer knowledge on evidence-based treatments and the first steps to finding the right program for an addict.
21m 23s En
Experts discuss how families can deal with the challenging dynamics of an addicted adolescent while at the same time seeking treatment.
28m 45s En
Dr. Volkow addresses a wide range of issues including the stigma associated with addiction and relapse.
26m 55s En
Dr. Willenbring discusses the different factors that can lead to alcoholism, including genetics and psychiatric disorders.
23m 44s En
Dr. Dennis discusses the vulnerability of an adolescent’s brain and the prevalence of co-occurring disorders in teen addiction.
24m 14s En
Dr. Brady discusses how underlying disorders can lead to addiction or relapse.
20m 45s En
Dr. Meyers discusses how a family member can change their dynamic with the addict and help them take the first steps towards treatment.
19m 38s En
No medical treatment currently exists for stimulant addiction. At the MATRIX Institute, addicts attend behavioural therapy groups.
25m 30s En
A closer look at different types of opiods and their effects on the brain.
20m 40s En
In lieu of jail, addicts are mandated to receive comprehensive treatment, which often reduces relapses and re-arrests.
22m 39s En
The story of one mother's attempt to rescue her daughter from her heroin addiction.
26m 10s En