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Addiction 2024

About Conference

Following the tremendous success of Addiction 2023, we are thrilled to announce the return of professionals from across the globe for the "16th International Conference on Addiction & Psychiatry" (Addiction 2024). This highly anticipated event will take place as a physical gathering, centered on the theme "Breaking the Chains: Overcoming Addiction and Mental Health Challenges." Mark your calendars for September 09-10, 2024, and join us in the vibrant city of Paris, France.

Our global congress has earned a reputation for fostering meaningful interactions among individuals who have dedicated their careers to helping individuals overcome addiction and regain control of their lives as swiftly as possible. Addiction 2024 promises to be an extraordinary event, providing an exceptional platform for the exchange of knowledge concerning modern technology in addiction recovery, advancements in behavioral health, and innovations in psychiatry.

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Don't miss your chance to be a part of this exceptional gathering. Register now to secure your spot and stay ahead in the field of addiction psychiatry. Join us in Paris, France, from September 09-10, 2024, as we break the chains of addiction and mental health challenges together.

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Prepare to have your mind rewired with state-of-the-art technologies and techniques that will boost your self-esteem and confidence. Addiction 2024 is not just a conference; it's a transformative experience that will shape the future of addiction treatment and mental health. We look forward to welcoming you to this exceptional gathering of change-makers and visionaries.

Why to Attend?

Attending the 16th International Conference on Addiction & Psychiatry offers a unique opportunity to gain valuable insights, knowledge, and expertise in the field of addiction and psychiatry. This conference brings together renowned experts, researchers, and practitioners from around the world, providing attendees with a platform to engage in meaningful discussions, exchange innovative ideas, and explore the latest advancements in addiction research, treatment, and prevention. By participating in this conference, attendees can enhance their understanding of the complex issues related to addiction and mental health, learn about evidence-based interventions, and network with professionals who share a common passion for addressing the challenges posed by addiction. Moreover, the event fosters collaboration and encourages interdisciplinary approaches, paving the way for comprehensive solutions to one of the most pressing global health issues.

Target Audience

  • Psychiatrists
  • Psychologists
  • Counselors
  • Social Workers
  • Therapists
  • Researchers in Addiction Studies
  • Addiction Specialists
  • Mental Health Professionals
  • Medical Practitioners
  • Substance Abuse Counselors
  • Rehabilitation Specialists
  • Public Health Officials
  • Policymakers
  • Pharmaceutical Professionals
  • Academic Scholars
  • Students in Psychiatry, Psychology, and Social Work
  • Representatives from Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) in Addiction and Mental Health
  • Healthcare Providers
  • Clinicians
  • Advocacy Groups and Activists Focused on Addiction Issues

Scientific Sessions

Track 1: Addiction & Psychiatry

Addiction is a complex condition characterized by compulsive drug seeking, substance use, or behavior despite harmful consequences. It can arise from various factors, including genetic predisposition, environmental influences, and psychological factors. Common examples of addiction include substance addictions (such as drugs or alcohol) and behavioural addictions (such as gambling or gaming).

Psychiatry is the branch of medicine focused on the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of mental, emotional, and behavioural disorders, including addiction. Psychiatrists are medical doctors who specialize in the field of psychiatry and are trained to diagnose and treat various mental health conditions, including addiction.

  • Biological Basis of Addiction
  • Social and Environmental Influences on Addiction
  • Impact of Addiction on Families and Relationships
  • Psychiatric Assessment and Diagnosis
  • Psychiatric Rehabilitation and Recovery

Track 2: Different Forms of Addiction

Substance Addiction: Substance addiction, also known as substance use disorder, is a chronic, relapsing condition characterized by the compulsive use of drugs or alcohol despite adverse consequences. It is considered a brain disorder because it involves changes in the brain's structure and function, particularly in areas related to decision-making, impulse control, and pleasure.

Behavioral Addiction: Behavioral addiction, also known as process addiction, refers to a compulsive pattern of behavior that a person cannot control despite the negative consequences it may cause. Unlike substance addiction, which involves the use of drugs or alcohol, behavioral addiction centers around specific behaviors or activities. These behaviors can activate the brain's reward system, leading to a cycle of craving, reinforcement, and continued engagement despite adverse effects on a person's life.

Psychological Addiction: Psychological addiction, also known as psychological dependence, refers to a condition in which a person feels a compulsive need to engage in a specific behavior or use a substance due to the perceived psychological benefits, rather than a physical need. Unlike physical dependence, which involves the body's adaptation to a drug or substance, psychological addiction is driven by the brain's reward system and the emotional and mental reinforcement that a behavior or substance provides.

  • Alcohol & Drug Addiction
  • Internet and Gaming Addiction
  • Food Addiction
  • Work Addiction
  • Exercise Addiction
  • Social Media Addiction

Track 3: Alcoholism & Dependence

Alcoholism and alcohol dependence represent serious and often chronic conditions characterized by the compulsive and uncontrolled consumption of alcohol, despite negative consequences. These disorders encompass both physical and psychological aspects. Physically, dependence on alcohol can lead to withdrawal symptoms when an individual tries to quit or cut down on drinking. Psychologically, alcoholism is marked by a strong craving for alcohol and the inability to control its consumption. Alcoholism and dependence can have devastating effects on an individual's health, relationships, and overall well-being. They can lead to a range of physical and mental health problems, including liver disease, cardiovascular issues, depression, and anxiety.

  • Risk Factors and Vulnerabilities
  • Alcohol Withdrawal Syndrome
  • Co-occurring Disorders
  • Treatment Approaches

Track 4: Substance Use in Pregnancy

Substance use during pregnancy poses significant risks to both the mother and the developing fetus. When a pregnant woman uses substances such as alcohol, tobacco, prescription drugs, or illicit drugs, it can have serious and lasting consequences for the baby. In conclusion, substance use during pregnancy is a critical public health issue with far-reaching consequences. Education, prevention, and support are vital in helping pregnant women make healthier choices, ensuring the well-being of both the mother and the child.

  • Health Risks for the Mother
  • Risks to the Fetus
  • Long-Term Developmental Problems
  • Legal and Social Consequences
  • Importance of Prenatal Care and Support

Track 5: Approaches to Addressing Addiction

Treatment for addiction varies based on the type of addiction, the severity of the condition, and the individual's specific needs and circumstances. Various therapeutic approaches, such as Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Motivational Interviewing, and Contingency Management, are used to help individuals identify and change negative patterns of thinking and behavior associated with addiction. These therapies focus on developing coping skills, managing triggers, and preventing relapse. Individual and group counseling sessions provide a supportive environment where individuals can explore the root causes of their addiction, address emotional issues, and learn healthier ways of coping with stress and challenges. In some cases, medications are prescribed to help manage withdrawal symptoms, reduce cravings, or treat underlying mental health disorders that often co-occur with addiction. It's important to note that addiction treatment should be individualized, addressing the unique needs and challenges of each person. Effective treatment often involves a combination of these approaches, tailored to the individual's circumstances, and should be provided by trained and experienced healthcare professionals.

  • Behavioral Therapy
  • Counseling and Psychotherapy
  • Medications
  • Inpatient or Residential Treatment
  • Relapse Prevention
  • Long-Term Aftercare

Track 6: Addiction Prevention

Addiction prevention involves strategies and initiatives aimed at reducing the risk of individuals developing addictive behaviors, promoting healthy lifestyles, and mitigating the factors that contribute to the onset of addiction. Prevention efforts target various substances and behaviors, including drugs, alcohol, tobacco, and gambling. Raising awareness about the risks associated with addiction and providing accurate information about substances and behaviors is fundamental. Education programs in schools, communities, and workplaces help individuals make informed decisions and resist peer pressure. Identifying and addressing risk factors early in life, such as trauma, mental health issues, and family problems, can prevent the development of addictive behaviors. Early intervention programs and mental health services play a crucial role in mitigating these factors. Positive parental involvement, communication, and supervision significantly influence a child's attitude toward substances. Parents who set good examples, establish clear rules, and maintain open communication create a supportive environment that discourages substance use.

  • Education and Awareness
  • Early Intervention
  • Promoting Resilience
  • Parental Involvement
  • Media Literacy
  • Treatment Availability

Track 7: Addiction Rehabilitation & Recovery

Addiction rehabilitation and recovery represent a courageous and transformative journey for individuals struggling with substance abuse. It is a process that involves not only overcoming physical dependence but also addressing the psychological, social, and behavioural aspects of addiction. In essence, addiction rehabilitation and recovery are about rediscovering one’s identity, rebuilding relationships, and finding purpose and fulfilment in life. With the right support, determination, and perseverance, individuals can overcome addiction and embrace a healthier, happier, and more fulfilling life in recovery.

  • Acknowledgment and Acceptance
  • Comprehensive Assessment
  • Detoxification and Medical Support
  • Therapy and Counseling

Track 8: Social Psychiatry

Social psychiatry is a branch of psychiatry that focuses on the interaction between social factors and mental health. It emphasizes the importance of considering social, cultural, economic, and environmental factors when understanding and treating mental health disorders. This field recognizes that an individual’s mental well-being is profoundly influenced by the society in which they live, work, and interact. In essence, social psychiatry acknowledges that mental health is deeply interconnected with the social fabric of our lives. By addressing social determinants, promoting inclusivity, and fostering supportive communities, social psychiatry not only treats mental illness but also works toward creating a society where everyone can thrive mentally, emotionally, and socially.

  • Holistic Approach
  • Addressing Social Determinants
  • Cultural Sensitivity
  • Community-Based Interventions

Track 9: Researches in Addiction & Psychiatry

Research in the fields of addiction and psychiatry plays a crucial role in advancing our understanding of the underlying mechanisms, effective treatments, and prevention strategies for various addictive behaviors and mental health disorders. Scientists and researchers conduct studies to explore the biological, psychological, and social factors contributing to addiction. They investigate the impact of genetics, brain chemistry, environmental influences, and social determinants on the development of addictive behaviors. In psychiatry, research focuses on identifying the causes and treatments for mental health disorders, including addiction, depression, anxiety, and schizophrenia. Ongoing studies also explore the effectiveness of psychotherapies, medications, and innovative interventions, guiding clinicians in providing evidence-based treatments. Research findings not only enhance our knowledge of addiction and psychiatric disorders but also inform the development of policies, interventions, and support systems, ultimately improving the lives of individuals affected by these conditions and paving the way for more effective prevention and treatment approaches.

  • Neurobiology of Addiction
  • Genetics and Addiction
  • Addiction Treatment Interventions
  • Pharmacological Research
  • Neurobiology of Mental Disorders
  • Mental Health and Aging
  • Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

Track 10: Pharmacology of Drug Addiction

Drug addiction is a complex and chronic brain disorder characterized by compulsive drug seeking, use, and craving, despite harmful consequences. Understanding the pharmacology of drug addiction involves examining how substances interact with the brain's neural pathways, altering normal communication and leading to addictive behaviour. In conclusion, the pharmacology of drug addiction provides crucial insights into the neurological mechanisms underlying addictive behaviours. Understanding these processes is vital for developing effective prevention, intervention, and treatment strategies, offering hope for individuals struggling with addiction to reclaim their lives and well-being.

  • Neurotransmitter Imbalance
  • Reward Pathways
  • Neuroadaptation and Tolerance
  • Physical Dependence and Withdrawal

Track 11: Current and Future Challenges in Global Drug Policy

Global drug policy faces a myriad of challenges, reflecting the complexity of the issue at hand. As societies grapple with the impact of drugs on public health, safety, and social well-being, several key challenges emerge. The future of global drug policy lies in evidence-based approaches, international collaboration, and a shift toward a public health-oriented perspective. Investing in prevention, harm reduction, and treatment services, along with addressing the social determinants of drug abuse, can pave the way for a more compassionate and effective global drug policy framework. Additionally, ongoing research into the neurobiology of addiction and innovative therapeutic interventions will play a vital role in shaping future policies and practices.

  • Changing Attitudes toward Drug Use
  • Rising Opioid Crisis
  • Emergence of Novel Psychoactive Substances (NPS)
  • Cross-Border Trafficking and Organized Crime

Track 12: Novel Technologies in Addiction & Psychiatry

In recent years, novel technologies have revolutionized the fields of addiction and psychiatry, offering innovative approaches to research, diagnosis, treatment, and support systems. In addiction research, advanced neuroimaging techniques, such as functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) and positron emission tomography (PET), allow scientists to observe and understand the brain's response to addictive substances, providing valuable insights into the neural mechanisms of addiction. Additionally, wearable devices and mobile applications have been developed to monitor physiological parameters, track behaviors, and provide real-time interventions, enhancing the study of addictive behaviors and offering personalized support to individuals in recovery.

  • Neuroimaging Advancements
  • Biosensors and Wearable Devices
  • Mobile Applications
  • Biofeedback Devices
  • Genomic Research
  • Digital Therapeutics

Track 13: Child Psychology & Mental Health

Child psychology is a specialized branch of psychology that focuses on the psychological, social, and emotional development of children from infancy through adolescence. Understanding child psychology is vital for promoting mental health and well-being in young individuals. In conclusion, child psychology is instrumental in shaping the mental health of the next generation. By understanding the unique needs of children, providing appropriate interventions, and fostering supportive environments at home and in schools, child psychologists contribute significantly to the overall mental well-being of young individuals, setting the stage for a healthier, happier adulthood.

  • Early Childhood Development
  • Identification of Developmental Milestones
  • Social and Emotional Learning (SEL)
  • Recognizing and Addressing Mental Health Challenges

Track 14: Psychoactive Drugs & Abuse

Psychoactive drugs, substances that alter brain function and mood, play a significant role in human culture and society. While many are used for legitimate medical purposes under professional supervision, the misuse and abuse of these drugs pose substantial health risks. In conclusion, while psychoactive drugs can have therapeutic uses, their misuse and abuse present significant challenges. Addressing the complex factors contributing to substance abuse, providing effective treatments and promoting preventive measures are vital steps in mitigating the adverse effects of psychoactive drug abuse on individuals and society as a whole.

  • Categories of Psychoactive Drugs
  • Mechanisms of Action
  • Short-Term Effects
  • Long-Term Effects

Track 15: Traditional Approaches to Addiction

Traditional approaches to addiction emphasize cultural, spiritual, and community-based methods that have been passed down through generations. These approaches often incorporate indigenous knowledge, rituals, and practices to address substance abuse and promote recovery. In summary, traditional approaches to addiction offer a holistic, culturally sensitive alternative to conventional treatments. By integrating cultural practices, spirituality, community support, and respect for ancestral wisdom, these approaches provide a profound sense of healing and belonging. The recognition and incorporation of traditional methods alongside modern interventions can lead to more comprehensive and effective addiction recovery programs, acknowledging the diversity of human experiences and beliefs.

  • Cultural Relevance
  • Spiritual Healing
  • Community Support
  • Ceremony and Ritual

Track 16: Artificial Intelligence in Mental Health

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is transforming the landscape of mental health care by offering innovative solutions to various challenges faced by patients and clinicians. AI technologies, such as machine learning algorithms and natural language processing, analyze vast amounts of data, including patient histories, symptoms, and treatment outcomes, to identify patterns and predict mental health trends. AI-powered chatbots and virtual mental health assistants provide immediate support and information to individuals, offering a cost-effective and accessible way to address mental health concerns. Additionally, AI is instrumental in automating administrative tasks, freeing up clinicians' time to focus on patient care. Additionally, AI is instrumental in automating administrative tasks, freeing up clinicians' time to focus on patient care. Natural language processing technology helps in analyzing therapy sessions and identifying key points, facilitating more efficient and targeted therapy.

  • AI-Based Diagnostic Tools
  • Predictive Analytics
  • Personalized Treatment Plans
  • Virtual Mental Health Assistants
  • Therapeutic Interventions
  • Data Security and Privacy

Track 17: Use & Misuse of Marijuana

Marijuana, also known as cannabis, is one of the most widely used psychoactive substances globally. With shifting legal landscapes and changing attitudes toward its recreational and medicinal use, the discussion around marijuana spans a spectrum from its potential therapeutic benefits to concerns about misuse and addiction. In conclusion, the use and misuse of marijuana represent a multifaceted issue encompassing medical, social, legal, and public health dimensions. Striking a balance between individual freedom, public safety, and responsible use is at the heart of the on-going conversation surrounding marijuana, shaping policies and practices in societies around the world.

  • Therapeutic Uses
  • Recreational Use
  • Impact on Mental Health
  • Responsible Use and Harm Reduction

Track 18: Clinical Trials in Addiction Psychiatry

Clinical trials in addiction psychiatry play a vital role in advancing our understanding of addiction, evaluating the effectiveness of treatments, and improving outcomes for individuals struggling with substance use disorders. These trials involve rigorous scientific research conducted with human participants, aiming to assess new interventions, therapies, medications, or treatment approaches for addiction-related issues. Participation in clinical trials allows individuals to access cutting-edge treatments that might not yet be widely available. These trials contribute valuable data to the field, guiding healthcare professionals in adopting evidence-based practices. Ethical guidelines and informed consent procedures ensure the safety, rights, and well-being of participants, making clinical trials a crucial avenue for refining addiction treatments and ultimately enhancing the quality of care provided to individuals struggling with addiction.

  • Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) Trials
  • Behavioral Therapy Trials
  • Dual Diagnosis Trials
  • Novel Pharmacotherapies
  • Relapse Prevention Trials

Track 19: Gambling Disorders

Gambling disorders, also known as pathological gambling or gambling addiction, are characterized by persistent and recurrent problematic gambling behaviour that disrupts personal, familial, or vocational pursuits. This behavioural addiction is marked by an inability to control the urge to gamble, despite severe negative consequences. In summary, gambling disorders represent a significant public health concern, affecting individuals, families, and communities. Early intervention, effective treatment, and support services are crucial in helping individuals overcome the challenges posed by gambling addiction, fostering healthier, balanced lives free from the grip of compulsive gambling behaviours.

  • Compulsive Behaviour
  • Escalation and Chasing Losses
  • Family and Social Impacts
  • Neurobiological Factors

Track 20: CNS & Addictive Disorders

Addictive disorders, whether related to substances or behaviours, have a profound impact on the central nervous system (CNS). The CNS, consisting of the brain and spinal cord, is intricately involved in the development, maintenance, and treatment of addictive behaviours. In summary, addictive disorders profoundly affect the CNS, disrupting normal neurological processes and leading to compulsive behaviours. Understanding these complex interactions is crucial for developing targeted interventions that address the underlying neurological mechanisms, offering hope and support to individuals struggling with addiction.

  • Neurochemical Imbalance
  • Reward Pathways
  • Neuroadaptation and Tolerance
  • Withdrawal and Craving

Track 21: Clinical Case Reports

Clinical case reports in addiction psychiatry provide in-depth examinations of individual patients' experiences with substance use disorders and co-occurring mental health conditions. These reports offer unique insights into the complexities of addiction, detailing specific symptoms, diagnostic challenges, treatment strategies, and outcomes. By documenting diverse and nuanced cases, clinicians can share valuable information about rare or unusual presentations of addiction-related issues. These reports often focus on the intricacies of diagnosis, the impact of coexisting mental health disorders, and the effectiveness of different treatment approaches, including medication-assisted therapies, behavioral interventions, and psychotherapy.

  • Unusual Presentations
  • Co-Occurring Mental Health Disorders
  • Adolescent Cases
  • Treatment-resistant Cases
  • Pregnancy and Addiction

Market Analysis

Globally, addiction is becoming a bigger problem. The 2016 National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH) found that 15.1 million persons, including approximately 9.8 million men, had an alcohol use problem. In 2016, a specialised institution treated almost 1.3 million adults with AUD. In the United States, more than 17 million people suffer from ailments brought on by smoking. A CDC assessment shows that tobacco smoking contributes to roughly 6 million deaths worldwide each year. By 2030, tobacco use is predicted to contribute to more than 8 million annual fatalities, according to current patterns.

Globally Significant Addiction Associations and Societies:

  • American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry
  • American Society of Addiction Medicine
  • Canadian Addiction Counsellors Certification Federation
  • Georgia Addiction Counselors Association
  • International Association of Addiction & Offender Counsellors
  • International Society of Addiction Medicine
  • National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers
  • National Association of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counsellors
  • National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism
  • National Institute on Drug Abuse
  • New York Society of Addiction Medicine (NYSAM)
  • State association of addiction services

Worldwide Major Psychiatry Associations

  • American Psychiatric Association
  • Illinois Psychiatric Society
  • World Psychiatric Association
  • Kentucky Psychiatric Association
  • Psychiatric Associates of Iowa City
  • Comprehensive Psychiatric Associates
  • Associations First Ltd

Related Societies

  • European Psychiatric Association
  • American Psychological Association
  • National Alliance on Mental illness
  • Mental health Association in Maryland
  • Society for Mental health Research
  • American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
  • Australian Clinical Psychology Association
  • American Society of Addiction Medicine
  • National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA)
  • National Rehabilitation Association (NRA)
  • Research Society on Alcoholism, National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers
  • The International Society of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine (ISPRM)
  • The Finnish Association for Mental Health

Projections: 5–10 Years of Growth

Treatment for addiction aims to stop compulsive seeking in addicted people.  Treatments for drug abuse and addiction are offered in a variety of venues utilising a variety of behavioural and pharmacological techniques. The market for addiction treatment was estimated to be worth USD 4.0 billion in 2016 and is projected to grow at a CAGR of around 6.0% from 2017 to 2025, reaching a value of USD 7.0 billion by that time. From 2017 to 2025, the market for addiction treatment will be driven by factors such as favourable reimbursements for smoking cessation therapy, rising prescription drug usage, and an increase in government programmes to increase public awareness of drug addiction. To expand their clientele, drug abuse treatment providers and product manufacturers are concentrating on educating the public and drug store proprietors about the negative effects of drug abuse and the value of abuse treatment. In addition, businesses are providing law enforcement agencies with training on how to spot potential drug and alcohol abusers and how to use drug abuse testing. Advocacy through television ads, informational brochures, newspapers, and other media has been successful in reducing the crisis of substance abuse.

Past Conference Report

The 15th International Conference on Addiction & Psychiatry webcast was held in the presence of academic and professional researchers and practitioners engaged in the creation of high quality education in all areas of psychiatry and mental health skills. In order to discuss the future of specialisations in Addiction & Psychiatry, Conference Series was instrumental in assembling a sizable panel of influential members of the psychiatry community from research labs, industry, academia, and financial investing organisations. The goal of this conference was to promote intellectual dialogue and the growth of fresh perspectives in the fields of addiction and mental health. Its real goal was to look into how the field of actual psychiatry might develop in the future.

Paris, France will be the host city for the 16th International Conference on Addiction & Psychiatry on September 09-10, 2024. We would like to express our gratitude to the organising committee, as well as the numerous outside experts, business representatives, accomplished experts in their fields, and other notable individuals who collaborated with our company and supported the conference in every way.

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  • Addictions
  • Addicts
  • Adolescent Behavior
  • Alcohol
  • Alcohol Drinking
  • Alcoholics
  • Alcoholism
  • Alcoholism -- Treatment
  • Analgesics, Opioid
  • Analysis Of Variance
  • Antipsychotic Agents
  • Behavior, Addictive
  • Behavior, Animal
  • Brain
  • Buprenorphine
  • Central Nervous System Stimulants
  • Chi-squared Test
  • Cigarette Smokers
  • Cocaine Abuse
  • Cocaine-related Disorders
  • Comorbidity
  • Compulsive Behavior
  • Compulsive Eating
  • Confidence Intervals
  • Depression
  • Descriptive Statistics
  • Dopamine
  • Dopamine Uptake Inhibitors
  • Drinking Behavior
  • Drinking Of Alcoholic Beverages
  • Drug Abuse
  • Drug Abuse -- Treatment
  • Drug Addiction
  • Drug Addiction -- Treatment
  • Drug Addicts
  • Drugs
  • Drugs Of Abuse
  • Ethanol
  • Medical Care
  • Mental Depression
  • Mental Disorders
  • Mental Health
  • Mental Health Services
  • Mental Illness
  • Methadone
  • Methadone Treatment Programs
  • Methamphetamine
  • Morphine
  • Morphine Dependence
  • Motivation
  • Motor Activity
  • Narcotic Antagonists
  • Narcotics
  • Neurons
  • Nicotine
  • Nicotine Addiction
  • Nicotine Addiction -- Treatment
  • Nicotinic Agonists
  • Nonfiction
  • Nucleus Accumbens
  • Opioid Abuse
  • Opioid-related Disorders
  • Outcome Assessment (medical Care)
  • Pain
  • Pathological Psychology
  • Patients
  • Prefrontal Cortex
  • Psychotropic Drugs
  • Public Health
  • Smoking
  • Smoking Cessation
  • Street Drugs
  • Stress, Psychological
  • Substance Abuse
  • Substance Abuse -- Treatment
  • Substance Abuse Treatment Centers
  • Substance Abuse, Intravenous
  • Substance Withdrawal Syndrome
  • Substance-related Disorders
  • Surveys
  • Teenagers
  • Tobacco Use
  • Tobacco Use Disorder
  • Treatment Effectiveness
  • Treatment Programs