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The Sinclair Method For Safer Alcohol Consumption

The Sinclair Method utilizes a medication, called naltrexone, to help people reduce the amount of alcohol consumed. This medication helps reduce the cravings for alcohol. Unlike complete abstinence, this pharmacological approach is attractive, as it does allow the alcoholic to drink small amounts.

How Pre-flight Planning and Intervention Are Related

I liken my approach to addiction interventions to that of getting an airplane ready to fly. Just as a pilot must exhaust a list of external factors in order to fly successfully, a successful intervention requires just as much forethought.

MBA Lessons In Recovery: Building Social Capital

As I observe people in recovery meetings, I have observed that the people that jump into the program and “work it” seem to have the best success. An adage is “meeting makers make it”. But why is it that meeting makers make it?

Long Island Recovery and Interventions

Recovery can begin in many ways, at Suntra we are always ready to answer the phone an help out. Suntra provides addiction support and intervention services in New York City and in all cities of Long Island and the Hamptons.

My Journey Quitting Juul

My Journey Quitting Juul: Relapse, Recovery, and Maintenance (Part 3)

I have to think about my addiction almost daily and remember why I want to quit. If I don’t consciously think about recovery, it would be easy to pick up a JUUL Again. Just like I did when I recovered from alcohol, I keep counting days. I badly want to be free of this addiction.

My Journey Quitting

My Journey Quitting JuuL: Contemplative Stage (Part 1)

For me, I started using a JUUL because of the physical pleasure it gave me. I consequently found some emotional benefits, including the fact that it relaxes me, gets me going in the morning, and gives me some relief when a problem is stressing me out.

LGBT Recovery Resources

LGBT Recovery Resources

At Suntra we work with many LGBT identified individuals. We come from a place of acceptance and understanding. We know what it was like to be young, defining who you are, and to grow older in the LGBT community. We understand that sexuality is not always clearly defined, and that addiction and drug use is not easily defined either.

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6 Common Misconceptions About Alcoholics Anonymous

AA has a guiding principle, that of anonymity. This principle allows anyone to pop into a meeting, check it out and remain anonymous. No one needs to know that you went, and no one needs to know about your journey.