Iona Integrative Health

Iona Integrative Health

Andrews, NC, USA
Signed Up: 6 years ago
Age: 46
  • Addicts Are Often the Last to See the “Problem”

    My friend has been smoking pot for many years, her family and marriage are falling apart and now she thinks everyone is against her and she feels alone. She recently started sharing her pot with her teenage son. How do I schedule an intervention ...

  • Family Intervention for Alcoholism during the Holidays

    My whole immediate family and several of my uncles and their families will come to stay at my parents’ place over Christmas. My brother has had a drinking problem for years but things seem to have taken a real turn for the worse this year and he is ...

  • Percocet Abuse Is A Form of Opiate Abuse or Dependency

    I have been having a lot of fun with percocets for about 6 weeks taking about 50 or 60mgs a day now. So stupid I realize now. I gotta stop this train before things get out of control but I am not sure how to do it best. Should I try to taper down ...

  • Teen Marijuana Abuse: Is There Something Parents Can Do?

    My 17 year old son uses soft drugs. I have known that he has been using drugs like marijuana since he was 15. I have tried everything I can think of to try get him to stop and nothing really works. He has been grounded on countless occasions, he has ...

  • Treating Gambling Addiction with Medical Marijuana?!

    Is medical marijuana effective as way to give up gambling addiction? I have a hard time not visiting the casinos but when I occasionally smoke marijuana with my cousins I never feel the urge to go and play the slots. Can I get medical marijuana by ...

  • Recovering Addicts Make Huge Contributions as Counselors

    Hi Mr. ONeal, I'm a former addict and now a student at an online university pursuing my Bachelor's / Master's in Psychology with a specialty in Substance Abuse. I would like to eventually become an addictions counselor but I'm leaving all options ...

  • Tramadol: Detox Horrors for Many

    I am using like 800mgs of tramadol a day. I was prescribed them for back pain and I came to really like the energy and buzz they gave me and I started taking more than I was supposed to. That was 4 years ago. This has become a very expensive habit ...

  • Involuntary Commitment for Teens Indicates a Need for Medical Assessment

    What states allow involuntary teen rehab? I live in RI looking for help for a 17 year-old male son. Have insurance. Looking for a GOOD wilderness rehab, heard high success rates with wilderness camp settings... Thanks Mom, Nicole.

  • Post-Acute Withdrawal Is Often Not Recognized in Early Recovery

    My daughter was in rehab for 28 days for drugs and alcohol. While she was in rehab, she wanted contact with both her family and her in-laws. Now that she is out, she only wants contact with her rehab buddies - none with her in-laws, husband (who ...

  • Heroin Addiction: Amotivation Makes Recovery a Difficult Change

    My boyfriend is addicted to heroin. His mom doesn't seem to care or want to help him at all because he has always been a troublemaker. He does not have health insurance or the means to get the help he truly needs. He is on probation and yet is ...

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  • Addicts Are Often the Last to See the “Problem”
    My friend has been smoking pot for many years, her family and marriage are falling apart and now she thinks everyone is against her and she feels alone. She recently started sharing her pot with her teenage son. How do I schedule an intervention ...
  • Family Intervention for Alcoholism during the Holidays
    My whole immediate family and several of my uncles and their families will come to stay at my parents’ place over Christmas. My brother has had a drinking problem for years but things seem to have taken a real turn for the worse this year and he is ...
  • Percocet Abuse Is A Form of Opiate Abuse or Dependency
    I have been having a lot of fun with percocets for about 6 weeks taking about 50 or 60mgs a day now. So stupid I realize now. I gotta stop this train before things get out of control but I am not sure how to do it best. Should I try to taper down ...
  • Teen Marijuana Abuse: Is There Something Parents Can Do?
    My 17 year old son uses soft drugs. I have known that he has been using drugs like marijuana since he was 15. I have tried everything I can think of to try get him to stop and nothing really works. He has been grounded on countless occasions, he has ...
  • Treating Gambling Addiction with Medical Marijuana?!
    Is medical marijuana effective as way to give up gambling addiction? I have a hard time not visiting the casinos but when I occasionally smoke marijuana with my cousins I never feel the urge to go and play the slots. Can I get medical marijuana by ...
  • Recovering Addicts Make Huge Contributions as Counselors
    Hi Mr. ONeal, I'm a former addict and now a student at an online university pursuing my Bachelor's / Master's in Psychology with a specialty in Substance Abuse. I would like to eventually become an addictions counselor but I'm leaving all options ...
  • Tramadol: Detox Horrors for Many
    I am using like 800mgs of tramadol a day. I was prescribed them for back pain and I came to really like the energy and buzz they gave me and I started taking more than I was supposed to. That was 4 years ago. This has become a very expensive habit ...
  • Involuntary Commitment for Teens Indicates a Need for Medical Assessment
    What states allow involuntary teen rehab? I live in RI looking for help for a 17 year-old male son. Have insurance. Looking for a GOOD wilderness rehab, heard high success rates with wilderness camp settings... Thanks Mom, Nicole.
  • Post-Acute Withdrawal Is Often Not Recognized in Early Recovery
    My daughter was in rehab for 28 days for drugs and alcohol. While she was in rehab, she wanted contact with both her family and her in-laws. Now that she is out, she only wants contact with her rehab buddies - none with her in-laws, husband (who ...
  • Heroin Addiction: Amotivation Makes Recovery a Difficult Change
    My boyfriend is addicted to heroin. His mom doesn't seem to care or want to help him at all because he has always been a troublemaker. He does not have health insurance or the means to get the help he truly needs. He is on probation and yet is ...