Adrienne Webster

Addiction Specialist, Counselor, Freelance Writer

United States

Adrienne Webster is a Licensed Addiction Counselor Candidate (LACC) in Bozeman, Montana. She received her B.A. in Media Arts from Montana State University and later completed her graduate studies in Addiction Counseling there as well. She works with clients individually and in group settings as a counselor while completing her post-graduate, clinical supervision.
Adrienne is committed to reducing the stigma that surrounds addiction and recognizes the complex emotional and environmental factors that contribute to substance use disorders and behavioral addictions. She is particularly interested in an integrated approach to treatment and recovery that encompasses nutrition, education, exercise, and community involvement.

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American Addiction Centers
05/20/2022
Substance Abuse Laws, Acts& Legislation in the United States

Substance Abuse Insurance Laws Insurance regulations treat mental health and substance abuse services as essential health benefits. Affordable Care Act (ACA): The ACA, also referred to as Obamacare, made affordable health insurance available to people through tax credits that lower the cost of premiums for people within 100%-400% of the federal poverty level.1 The ACA [...]

American Addiction Centers
04/15/2022
Drug and Alcohol Rehab for Pharmacists Near Me

Unfortunately, substance misuse among pharmacists doesn't just affect their health and well-being, it can lead to dangerous consequences for others, too. On-the-job mistakes could jeopardize a patient's health or life.2 The good news is that most states have programs assisting pharmacy professionals who have substance use disorders, and most pharmacists who complete a treatment program [...]

American Addiction Centers
04/12/2022
Drug and Alcohol Rehab for Nurses Near You

This page will inform you of the prevalence of substance use disorders among nurses, some of the causes and risk factors, and the consequences nurses may face because of their addiction. This page will also provide information about the warning signs to look for and where to find treatment if you or someone you know [...]

American Addiction Centers
01/28/2022
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) for Addiction & Substance Abuse

Cognitive behavioral therapy, or CBT, is a form of psychotherapy that is effective in treating a range of mental health issues including mood disorders, anxiety disorders, and substance use disorders. 1 CBT emphasizes changing negative thought patterns to change behaviors, as well as developing and implementing healthy coping skills into one's life.

American Addiction Centers
11/19/2021
Suboxone Treatment and Clinics in California (How to get Suboxone in California)

Suboxone has been shown to have a similar efficacy rate as methadone for the treatment of opioid use disorders. Because it is less habit-forming, it is a sought-after medication for the treatment of opioid addiction.2 What is Suboxone? Suboxone is a prescription medication often used to help people stop using opioids like heroin.

Withdrawal
05/12/2022
Rehab for First Responders | Withdrawal.net

First responders are usually the first ones on the scene when there is an emergency or disaster and they are often the first to assist others in emotionally and physically hazardous situations. 1 However, many first responders may find themselves struggling with substance misuse or co-occurring mental health disorders related to the stressors they experience in their work.

American Addiction Centers
11/11/2021
College Binge Drinking & Alcohol Abuse: Risks & Impacts

It should come as no surprise that college drinking can become problematic, especially since many students are still underage. However, this issue may be more serious than many people realize. According to a national survey, more than half of full-time college students ages 18­ through 22 drank alcohol in the past month, and one-third engaged in binge drinking during the same period of time.

Withdrawal
05/12/2022
Court-Ordered Rehab Programs | Withdrawal.net

Addiction is a disease that can drastically alter one's brain chemistry, and may increase the risks of one engaging in potentially destructive behavior. 1 Some of those decisions can result in a person's involvement with the criminal justice system, perhaps because of illegal, drug-seeking behaviors or impulsive decisions such as drinking and driving.

Recovery.org
Quitting Heroin Safely: Withdrawal, Detox, & Treatment | Recovery.org

Heroin is an illegal opioid drug that's processed from the naturally occurring opioid morphine, which is made from the seed pods of specific poppy varieties. 1 Heroin is a very strong opioid and is known to produce an initial feeling of euphoria (feeling of being intensely happy or excited) and relieve pain.

Oxford Treatment Center
Meth-Induced Psychosis & Hallucinations | Oxford Treatment Center

Psychosis is a frequent complication associated with methamphetamine use. 1 The following information is designed to educate readers about the prevalence of meth-induced psychosis, which can affect up to an estimated 40% of people who use the drug. 1 It will also help illuminate the warning signs and various symptoms of meth-induced psychosis, as well as how to treat this often-terrifying phenomenon.

Alcohol.org
What Is an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)? | Alcohol.org

Intensive outpatient treatment (IOP) is an ideal level of addiction treatment care for those who do not necessarily require detoxification or 24-hour supervision but require more intensive treatment than typical outpatient therapy. 1,2 It is an appropriate treatment option for individuals who may still require frequent contact with treatment professionals in order to manage their risk or relapse and monitor their behavior.

DrugAbuse.com
10/12/2021
Xanax Addiction: Signs, Effects, & Treatment | DrugAbuse.com

Xanax is a commonly prescribed medication used to treat specific anxiety disorders such as panic disorder. Alprazolam in the generic name for Xanax, and this specific prescription medication belongs to the class of drugs called benzodiazepines, or "benzos."

American Addiction Centers
02/03/2022
Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS): Signs, Symptoms, Diagnosis & Treatment

Despite the potential danger of this condition, women who are pregnant and suffering from OUD can take actionable measures to treat their opioid addiction as well as safely manage NAS, should it arise, to prevent or minimize harm to their newborn infant. Though this condition demands urgent medical attention, women who are pregnant can reduce [...]

Drug Rehab Options
Mental Health & Substance Abuse Treatment Centers Near Me

Approximately 50% of people with a substance use disorder (SUD) will also experience a mental health disorder at some point in their lifetime.1 When a person is struggling with a mental health and substance use disorder at the same time, the conditions are classified as co-occurring disorders.1 Mental health disorder, whether co-occurring with SUDs or [...]

Detox
Alprazolam Detox Guide: Withdrawal Symptoms and Timeline

Alprazolam, more commonly known by its brand name Xanax, is a prescription benzodiazepine (or "benzo") used to treat anxiety and panic disorders. 1 It is the most widely prescribed benzo. 12 Alprazolam and other benzodiazepines can lead to physical dependence and withdrawal, even when used as directed.

Alcoholrehab
Alcohol Relapse & Prevention - Alcoholism Relapse

Many people who struggle with alcohol or drug addiction may relapse at some point during recovery. It's important to be aware of potential risks, and triggers that could prompt a relapse. Read more about having a relapse prevention plan in place and what to do if an alcohol relapse occurs.

Alcoholrehab
Binge Drinking: Symptoms, Signs, and Dangers

Learn more about the signs of binge drinking, short and long-term side effects, and how to get help if you're suffering from alcohol abuse. Binge drinking is a common, often dangerous, and even fatal, problem in the United States. It's a pattern of heavy alcohol use that raises a person's blood alcohol content (BAC) to .08% or above.

American Addiction Centers
01/31/2022
Rehabs That Accept Medicaid Near Me: Medicaid Drug & Alcohol Rehab

Medicaid can be an extremely useful method for paying for drug and alcohol treatment, including medication-assisted treatment (MAT), inpatient rehab, outpatient rehab, and more. To learn more about how Medicaid may help you or a loved one pay for inpatient or outpatient drug and alcohol treatment, continue reading.

Montana Parent Magazine
05/01/2021
May 2021 | Mental Health

May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and the theme of this issue. Also, featuring summer camp listings and much more...