The Addictionary Podcast

#118 PART II of Substance Use and Therapy with Military Couples!

July 16, 2019

#118 PART II of Substance Use and Therapy with Military Couples! Maegan and friend James Walker continue their chat from episode 111 about substance use and therapy with military couples, plus James explains the acronym BATTLEMIND and what it means for service members as they integrate back into civilian life. Visit the Center on Alcoholism, Substance Abuse, & Addictions at the University of New Mexico to learn about upcoming trainings and research participation opportunities at https://casaa.unm.edu

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