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Eating Disorder Treatment

The Public Health Agency of Canada defines an eating disorder as “a serious disturbance in eating behaviour - either eating too much or too little - in addition to great concern over body size and shape”...

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Gambling Addiction Treatment

Gambling addiction (also known as problem gambling) is gambling behavior which causes disruptions in any major area of life: psychological, physical, social or vocational. The term "problem gambling" includes,...

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Sex Addiction Treatment

Sexual addiction is a pattern of sexual behaviours that are out of control and continued despite negative consequences. As in other addictions, changes in brain chemistry are at the core of the addiction...

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Interventionists

An intervention is a structured method of assisting an individual who has resisted others’ previous attempts to help them treat a drug or alcohol problem. An intervention’s objective is to confront a person...

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Canada Alcohol And Drug Rehab Programs

Canadadrugrehab.ca is a free online directory listing of alcohol and drug rehab programs and other addiction-related services located in Canada. If you wish to locate alcohol and drug treatment services in your home community please remember you have two options: (1) government-funded treatment or (2) private treatment.

Government-funded treatment advantages are that there is no cost for outpatient or medical treatment while residential treatment is free or low cost (typically less than $100 a day). The disadvantages of government treatment include: (1) the need of a referral from your family doctor or from a government-funded mental health clinic, (2) wait lists and (3) the division of medical services (detox) and residential services.

The main private treatment advantages are prompt admission, longer treatment episodes, the ability to choose your therapist or treatment centre, no geographical restriction, integrated medical and residential services, etc. The disadvantages, of course, are costs which can range from $50 to $200 per hour for a private practice therapist (depending on their qualifications and experience) or $150 to $500 per day for private residential treatment...

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