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Opioid Addiction In Connecticut

SUBLOCADE Injection Treats Opioid Addiction In Connecticut

During recovery from opioid addiction, many individuals experience uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms. SUBLOCADE injections minimize the effects of withdrawal to ensure a higher rate of success in overcoming opioid addiction.

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Anxiety Treatment & Therapy in Connecticut

Anxiety Treatment & Therapy in Connecticut

Anxiety treatment can help those recovering from addiction to find healthier outlets for their pain. Everyone experiences stress and anxiety at times, but for 19.1% …

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PTSD Treatment

PTSD treatment in Connecticut

Trauma therapy is highly effective in helping individuals with PTSD to live full and happy lives. Contact CT Addiction Medicine to learn more!

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CT Teletherapy

Online Therapy & Telemedicine in Connecticut

Telemedicine, the practice that allows patients to connect with practitioners for online therapy, virtual follow-up appointments, and immediate live advice from a specialist, has long enjoyed a slow but steady rise in availability for Connecticut residents, but the advent of the COVID-19 pandemic has led to a necessary expansion that has made its benefits accessible to anyone.

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Cognitive Behavioral Specialists

Connecticut’s Top Cognitive Behavioral Specialists

Contact us today to learn more about how cognitive behavioral therapy administered by professionals can help you or your loved one overcome addiction and get a new lease on life.

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Treatment at Connecticut Addiction Medicine

Treatment at Connecticut Addiction Medicine

Considering treatment at Connecticut Addiction Medicine? Learn what to expect on your first visit.

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COVID-19 Notice​: AN IMPORTANT MESSAGE TO PATIENTS

Our offices are open and operating under normal business hours. We are continuing to care for our patients. You now have the option of telemedicine for individual followups, and groups are being run using Zoom technology.

With the guidance of the CDC and other public health officials, we have enhanced the frequency and scope of our sanitizing procedures in the office including sanitation procedures with each patient interaction.

If you have a scheduled appointment, we ask that you please call the office to best determine the method for your visit. We also will continue to see new patients or patients in crisis. We will continue to do urine toxicology testing. For patients attending group, specimens will be obtained any time during that day. Patients experiencing flu-like symptoms should call before coming to the office.

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