Virtual treatment makes treatment a reality for individuals who are unable to access services otherwise due to barriers such as geography, psychosocial issues, or competing work and family responsibilities.
Research tells us that Americans spend, on average, 12 hours and 28 minutes each day “engaging” with screens. This time comes at the expense of family talk time, social practice, sleep and physical activity.
The current state of addiction recovery treatment—worldwide—is a disaster. There is virtually no education in our medical schools or the schools that train our counselors and therapists about the disease of addiction.