Behavioral Health of the Palm Beaches is one of the few behavioral health care organizations in the world who conducts their own drug and alcohol addiction research utilizing evidence-based practices.
We feel it is of the utmost importance to determine experiential data based on clinical studies. We are happy to share this information in the hopes of helping other treatment centers get better outcomes for their patients, as we are doing.
Research & Education Department
Published Articles and Presentations at Professional Conferences - Download PDF
Articles: Published and Pending Weiner, M, Mullaney, D. (2006). Are ‘the Basics’ More Important Than Innovation?, Addiction Professional, 4:2, 27. McIlveen, J.W., Mullaney, D., Weiner, M., Diaz, N., Horton, E. (2007). Dysthymia and Substance Abuse: A New Perspective, Counselor, 8:2, 30-34. Weiner, M., Mullaney, D., Booth, L. (2007) Overcoming Blocks to Spiritual Recovery. Counselor, 8:6, 72-73. Diaz, N., Horton, G., McIlveen, J., Weiner, M., Nelson, J. (2008). International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction Dysthymia among Substance Abusers: An Exploratory Study of Individual and Mental Health Factors, International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction, 7:2, 357-457. Weiner, M.J., Kareem, J., Simon, N., Booth, L. (2009). Spirituality Around the World: Culturally Diverse Approaches to 12-Step, Counselor, 10:1, 16-20. Horton, E. G., Diaz, N., McIlveen, J., Weiner, M., & Mullaney, D. (2009) Mental Health and Substance Use Characteristics of Flight Attendants Enrolled in In-Patient Substance Abuse Treatment.(accepted, pending publication, International Journal of Mental Health & Addiction.) Diaz, N., Horton, G., Green, D., McIlveen, J., Weiner, M.(2009) Relationship between spirituality and depressive symptoms among inpatient substance abusers, (accepted, pending publication, Counseling and Values, ).