Many years ago I happened upon a magical island in the Mediterranean
where families from all parts of Europe took their holidays. The beaches
have the warmest, clearest aqua waters, there are fascinating
prehistoric “taula” ruins, a bit like Stonehenge, sprinkled about, and
the old towns take me back to a charming other time.
When I was asked to write this article about Buprenorphine, I thought, “There is so much out there on the subject. Don’t you want me to write about something new and different?” But the suggestion came that I approach the drug from a unique standpoint.
Dialectical Behavior Therapy — or as it is most commonly known, DBT — has become an acclaimed, evidence-based therapy for individuals struggling with a co-occurring disorders.
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A frantic mother of a 15-year-old girl in a local suburban neighborhood tells her therapist that her daughter has quit the cheerleading squad, no longer dreams of college and becoming a lawyer, and her childhood friends have been replaced with friends she has never met. Her daughter has been isolating, reading all the latest celebrity gossip magazines, and becoming more rebellious at home.