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Gracer, Richard I (2007) A new prescription for addiction. Subutex, Prometa, Vivitrol, and Campral - the revolutionary new treatments for alcohol, cocaine, methamphetamine, and prescription drug addiction. USA: Elite Books.

For the first time, a doctor has developed a treatment program especially for "hidden" addicts-people whose lives look just fine on the surface, but who are secretly driven by stress into addictive, destructive behaviors. Until now, many of these people have been alone in their struggle, their addictions undetected by friends, colleagues, even sometimes family. Now this breakthrough program treats both hidden substance abuse problems and their underlying causes, without unnecessarily stigmatizing these otherwise highly-functioning people. Richard Gracer, MD, is the founder and director of Gracer Medical Group, which has been holistically treating patients with complex health issues since 1979. In 2005, he launched Gracer Behavioral Health Services specifically to treat addiction, alcoholism, and other stress-related mental health issues. He has pioneered a revolutionary 5-step treatment protocol that addresses substance abuse cravings and their underlying causes through intensive short-term treatment across several disciplines. It uses several new drugs-some very recently approved by the FDA-that promise to revolutionize the treatment of addictions, as well as a comprehensive support system to address the many challenges addicts face.


Item Type
Book
Publication Type
International, Book
Drug Type
Alcohol, All substances, CNS stimulants, Cocaine, New psychoactive substance, Prescription/Over the counter
Intervention Type
Drug therapy, Treatment method
Date
2007
Call No
HK2
Pages
368 p.
Publisher
Elite Books
Place of Publication
USA
ISBN
978-1-60070-030-9
Keywords
AOD use, methamphetamine, alcohol and cocaine, prescription drug, addiction, AODD treatment method, addiction medicine (field), United States, buprenorphine
Notes
Includes appendices and an index. With additional material contributed by Steven M. Peterson.
EndNote
Accession Number
HRB 4007 (Available)

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