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Category Archives: National News
In this Huffington Live video, Christina Huffington, HuffPost Women Assistant Editor discusses her personal journey with addiction, and how addiction is different for women; Morningside Recovery’s Dr. Elizabeth Waterman is included in the conversation for her professional input. Morningside Recovery … Continue reading
Recently in an article entitled “How to Masturbate Responsibly“, Cosmopolitan referred to the study conducted recently by Morningside Recovery investigating individuals masturbation habits. Continue reading
A recent article entitled “Get off my back Mom and Dad: A guide for grown-ups for overbearing parents” on Yahoo! Shine featured interviews with Morningside Recovery’s Clinical Director Dr. Gerald Grosso and Psychologist Dr. Elizabeth Waterman. The article features practical suggestions for adults who have returned home and are dealing with “helicopter parents.”
Kathleen Miles, reporter for Huffington Post, Los Angeles, turned to Dr. Elizabeth Waterman of Morningside Recovery for insight on whether or not Christopher Dorner, who went on a recent revenge rampage against the LAPD is a sociopath or not. Dr. Waterman explains whether or not Christopher Dorner could rightly be considered a sociopath based upon his behavior. The article appears here. Continue reading
Today, Reuters News, US picked up the story about Morningside Recovery’s National Masturbation Study. Morningside Recovery conducted this survey, entitled: ”Excessive Masturbation: Do you have a Hand up on the Average American?” to discern views of men and women between 21 and 35.
With Chris Brown’s latest episode causing police to be called to a fight he was involved in, Celebuzz.com contacted Dr. Elizabeth Waterman of Morningside Recovery to gain understanding into the underlying issues causing his behavior, and what a recommended course of treatment might be.
The January 2013 issue of Bluff Magazine, the international news magazine for Poker players outlines the situation and treatment of Erick Lindgren, a world-renowned poker player at Morningside Recovery. Because he gambles for a living, Morningside Recovery therapists crafted a specialized course of treatment which dealt with the addictive issues that were impacting his quality of life and work, allowing him to continue to do what he does, but with the tools to stay in control of the gambling, rather than the other way around.