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The Feeling-State Theory and Protocol of Behavioral and Substance Addictions book provides a practical and brief solution for the many different kinds of behaviors that are caused by feeling-states (FS). The FS is created when a positive event is so…

The Feeling-State Theory of Impulse-Control Disorders postulates that Impulse-Control Disorders such as pathological gambling, sexual addiction, and compulsive shopping are created when intense positive feelings become linked with specific behaviors.…

Impulse-control disorders such as pathological gambling, sexual addiction, and compulsive shopping cause enormous suffering in people’s lives. The feeling-state theory of impulse-control disorders postulates that these disorders are created when…

Effective treatment of trauma and addiction is a serious clinical challenge. The purpose of this workshop is to educate clinicians about the similarities between chemical and behavioral addictions, the negative consequences of leaving trauma…

This study of 22 subjects who meet DSM-IV criteria for Pathological Gambling (PG) tests a theory that the development of PG lies in the existence of unresolved trauma-related anxiety, similar to PTSD, and predicts that reduction of that anxiety will…
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