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SSRI's Insights from Experts features Dr. Rina Das Eiden discussing parental substance use during COVID-19

Parental substance abuse is a significant risk factor for adaptive functioning for both parents and children. This may be exacerbated with the stress and anxiety associated with a pandemic – but may also provide an opportunity for change.
SSRI's Insights from Experts features Dr. Rina Das Eiden discussing parental substance use during COVID-19

Rina Das Eiden, Ph.D.

In this post, I will discuss the complex issue of substance use during the COVID-19 pandemic with a specific emphasis on the likely negative impacts on the family unit. I also offer recommendations to help support individuals and families. View the complete article here.

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