Sex Addiction: Too Much of a Good Thing?

Sex Addiction: Too Much of a Good Thing? Get Sex Addiction Help

Written by Munis Topcuoglu, Editor at EHN Canada. A valid definition and diagnostic criteria for “sex addiction” have long eluded experts because, historically, definitions and diagnostic criteria have either represented sexually oppressive cultural norms, or they have been vague and imprecise, requiring too much subjective interpretation. Cultural norms, oppressive or otherwise, are not valid bases … Read more

Reduce Costs by Sending Your Employees to EHN Canada Facilities for Treatment

Reduce Costs Sending Your Employees for Addiction Treatment EHN Canada

When an employer sends an employee with a substance use disorder for public treatment, there is a low probability that the employee will successfully achieve recovery and return to work with normal productivity. Therefore, there is a high expected cost of disability pay and lost productivity. EHN Canada’s treatment programs have industry-leading success rates, meaning … Read more

“I Didn’t Want to Die!”: Counsellor Trevor’s Story of Triumph over Addiction

I Didn't Want to Die Story of Triumph over Addiction

Born in Winnipeg Manitoba, to two loving, hard-working, parents, Trevor describes his childhood as “carefree.” He says he was a happy-go-lucky guy who enjoyed hanging out with his friends and drinking alcohol. A twinkle appears in Trevor’s eye and he admits, “I was good at it.” Trevor says drinking increased his energy and boosted his … Read more

Finding Christopher: From Addiction To Recovery

From Addiction to Recovery EHN Canada Addiction Treatment

Born in Campbell River, BC, Christopher says he was always obsessed over something. It started with baseball gloves, wheelbarrows, and cowboys. His earliest memories are good ones—family dinners, camping, and spending time with his siblings. When Christopher turned four his mom and stepdad split up, his brother went into foster care, his sister moved in … Read more

Workers’ Compensation and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Treatment Programs for First Responders

Workers’ Compensation and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Treatment Programs for First Responders EHN Canada

First Responders Are More Likely to Develop Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Though precise estimates vary, researchers agree that the prevalence of PTSD is much higher among first responders than among the general population. While the definition sometimes varies, “first responder” (or “public safety personnel”) usually includes firefighters, paramedics, and police officers; it also often includes … Read more