3 Crucial Steps to Overcoming Addiction!

Dr. Matt Bader helps educate people about the most crucial steps that help folks overcome addiction.

Addiction is a disease and it’s not something you can recover from on your own. You need support and crucial tips along with education about your disease that can help you overcome it.

If you are struggling with drugs or alcohol, please reach out for help in your local area or contact us at: 919-636-5240 for more information or to make an appointment. There are outpatient treatment plans, prescription drugs that help reduce cravings as well as medications that can help stop your addiction to opioids.

Your health and wellbeing is very important to us.

Here’s To Healthy Living,
Dr. Matt Bader

Author
Dr. Matt Bader Specializing in addiction psychiatry in adults, Matt Bader, MD, is a board-certified psychiatrist providing care at Cognitive Psychiatry of Chapel Hill in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. The New Jersey native has made the Tar Heel State his permanent home. After completing his undergraduate degree at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey, Dr. Bader went on to earn his doctor of medicine degree from Robert Wood Johnson Medical School in New Brunswick, New Jersey. Dr. Bader completed his psychiatry residency at Duke University Medical Center in Durham, North Carolina. He received subspecialty training in addiction psychiatry as a fellow at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston. Taking a holistic approach to addiction psychiatry, Dr. Bader works to treat mood-related conditions, like anxiety and depression in addition to addiction issues. This approach allows Dr. Brader to treat the whole person and not just the addiction. Dr. Bader strives to provide each patient with the comprehensive

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