Cross Addiction

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The 12-step recovery programme is the path to a new life of sobriety. Many follow this successfully, but a significant proportion will relapse and find themselves back in the vicious cycle of addiction – shocked, sad and uncomprehending. How did this happen? One of the major reasons for relapse may be cross addiction. Addiction is …

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An Interview with a Gambling Therapist (Video)

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Interview with Tony Marini, Castle Craig’s Specialist Gambling Therapist who Treats Cryptocurrency Addiction Castle Craig is the first addiction treatment clinic to offer treatment for people who are addicted to the trading of cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin. Tony Marini was a compulsive gambler and cocaine addict before getting into recovery and training as a therapist. He …

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Crypto-Addiction Guide

A guide to bitcoin cryptocurrency addiction

An online Guide to Cryptocurrency Addiction This online Digital Currency addiction  guide is for: Anyone who is worried about their Cryptocurrency trading habit; The family, partner and friends of anyone whose cryptocurrency trading habit has become a problem. Find out about the following: Is cryptocurrency addiction common? Is my cryptocurrency addiction a problem? How can …

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Cryptocurrency FAQ’s

Cryptocurrency FAQ at Castle Craig Hospital

Facts about Addiction to Cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple & Litecoin Compulsive betting on cryptocurrency markets such as Bitcoin is a fast-growing, worldwide problem. This web page provides & describes the cryptocurrency terms needed to discuss the problem with someone who may be addicted. If you think you might be addicted to the trading …

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Bitcoin Addiction

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Addiction to Bitcoin Cryptocurrency day-trading Castle Craig Hospital provides treatment for people addicted to day-trading, spread betting and the trading of cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple & Litecoin. We treat these as forms of gambling addiction.     Dr Mark Griffiths, Professor of Behavioural Addiction at Nottingham Trent University, recently told Castle Craig: “Addiction …

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cross addiction - castle Craig - a uk addiction treatment centre

What is Cross-Addiction? When a person who has developed an addiction to one particular drug (e.g. alcohol or cocaine) or behaviour (e.g. gambling or sex), is at greater risk of developing addiction to another substance or behaviour, simultaneously or in its place. In short: swapping one addiction for another. A secondary concept of cross addiction …

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