Alcohol Use Disorder in Women

Alcohol Use Disorder in Women

Alcohol use disorders (AUD - alcohol abuse and dependence) are major public health and safety problems. In the US, AUD is more prevalent among men (24.6% abuse, 17.4% dependence) than women (11.5% abuse, 8% dependence) (Keyes, Grant, & Hasin, 2008). However, in the last 70 years, the male to female ratio has decreased from 7:1 to 2:1 for alcohol dependence (Keyes et al., 2008).

Depressed and Pregnant: Antidepressants?

Antidepressants Depressed Pregnant Women

DBT to Treat Women with BPD, Emotion Dysregulation, and Substance Use Disorder

Emotional woman

Motivational and Mindfulness Intervention to Reduce Marijuana Use by Young Females

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Recovering from Infidelity

 Young Couple After Affair Discovered

Has Infidelity Touched Your Life?

Are you the one (in five people) who cheats on your spouse or partner? Or perhaps you’ve been on the receiving end. Either way, the experience is usually traumatic, and, depending on several factors (e.g., whether children are involved in the relationship), can change lives dramatically.