Drug Addiction Treatment in Italy in the 80s Fear of Treatment
It is a widespread opinion that the treatment and recovery of drug addicts must necessarily and absolutely be the result of psychotherapy or therapeutic community. Medical intervention, on the contrary, is considered one of the least important and necessary methods of dealing with the addict and his problem.
KeywordsDrug Addiction Drug Addict Therapeutic Community Heroin Addict Primary Damage
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