What Are Dissociative Drugs And How Does Treatment Work?

Dissociative drugs, such as PCP (Phencyclidine), DXM (Dextromethorphan), Ketamine and LSD, are a class of hallucinogenic drugs that alter user’s perceptions of sight and sound. They also produce feelings of detachment or dissociation from one’s environment or self. Some types of dissociative drugs can be found in over-the-counter cold and cough medicines, others are prescribed…

How An Outpatient Treatment Program Effectively Works For Recovery

Overcoming an addiction to alcohol or drugs is not something that anyone should attempt without professional help and long-term support. Going it alone is rarely effective, and with each relapse, addiction recovery becomes more difficult. Unfortunately, many individuals attempt to quit without sufficient help because they are embarrassed, ashamed, or unable to take time away…