When your child is struggling, it’s easy to put your own well-being on the back burner.
Watching a loved one struggle is tough. But there are ways you can help.
Hynotherapist Holly Shaw discusses her work with artists dealing with stage fright and anxiety.
A guide to free or affordable evidence-based alternatives to AA in Southern California (and beyond).
Judgment doesn’t help when you’re craving a drink. Curiosity does.
In my work with families, parents often ask, “What should I do when I know my kid is lying to me?” Here’s my advice.
Ideas about how to treat addiction are so widespread that it seems almost impossible to imagine alternatives. However, another way is possible.
Download materials from Evo’s workshop, Law and Ethics of California’s New Marijuana Laws.
Singer/songwriter KP Hawthorn discusses what it’s like to be close to those suffering from addiction.
Evo kicked off its new entertainment and music series “Quit the Chaos, Keep the Gig.” Award-winning singer/songwriter Manda Mosher joined Koorosh Rassekh for a Facebook Live Q&A and performance.
When young people struggle with addiction, people often point fingers at mom. But if we want people to heal, “mom blame” has to stop.
There’s a problem with calling loved ones and caretakers “enablers.”