Two recently published scientific studies have shed new light on the often confusing and conflicting information that we have on both marijuana and cocaine consumption, and are proving to be most informative and useful in tackling cases of drug addiction. Two recently published scientific studies … Read more about New cocaine and marijuana findings
Equine Assisted Psychotherapy, or EAP, is a specialised form of therapy using horses to help patients cope with addiction. Since this type of therapy emerged several decades ago it has been understood that interaction with horses can break down barriers far more quickly than is the case in relations … Read more about Equine Assisted Psychotherapy – EAP
Housed in a beautiful large Spanish country house boasting a swimming pool in its abundant exotic gardens, the Camino Recovery Centre is an intimate and discreet 12-bed facility, which runs 30 to 90-day residential programmes to treat a vast array of addictions; from alcohol, drugs and eating … Read more about Camino Recovery – why we make a difference
Scientists have warned that using the internet for hours on end can result in withdrawal symptoms similar to the ‘comedown’ experienced by drug users. Researchers have found that spending excessive periods of time surfing the internet left people in ‘negative moods’. And, like drug addicts, when … Read more about Internet addicts suffer from ‘withdrawal symptoms’
It is believed that in order to fully tackle and treat addiction, deep-seated family troubles must be identified and addressed. It is easy for families to point the finger at the addict but in fact the whole family needs help, and the whole family system is likely to need change. Whether the family … Read more about A “Healing the Family” Workshop Could Be the Answer…
According to recent figures, up to one in six doctors will have been addicted to drink or drugs – or both – at some point during their medical careers, which makes you wonder – these highly paid carers may have your life in their not so steady hands! What’s more, a survey compiled from hospital … Read more about Why are so many doctors addicted to drink or drugs?
One in three adults in England and Wales have used illicit drugs in their lifetime, according to a study by the British Crime Survey. In fact, deaths related to drug misuse are at their highest since comparable records began in 1993. But over the years, the landscape of drug use has changed. The … Read more about 7 Drugs for 7 decades
Recent stories in the newspapers reported on Paul Gascoigne's departure for a US rehab clinic, where the star will be treated for his addictions with revolutionary treatment involving horses, Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP). Don Lavender, who now directs the recovery programme at Camino … Read more about Horses Help Paul Gascoigne Rein In The Boozing