The importance of psychotherapy is crucial to achieving the goal, which is the complete rehabilitation of the patient.
Modern times are characterized by technological expansion. Modern devices did facilitate the daily functioning of a man, but they also brought about a high degree of dehumanization.
It seems that human health has never been more endangered, not only from physical but also psychological and social aspects.
In ancient times, the world was overwhelmed with contagious diseases. However, the end of the 20th and the beginning of the 21st century are accompanied by stress, inadequate nutrition, reduced physical activity, and constant problems at work and in the family. These factors lead to “modern,” chronic, non-infectious diseases that have taken a massive character.
Among them, the dominant place belongs to addictive disorders. The availability of various psychoactive substances, as well as the discovery of new ones, have contributed to addiction drawing itself into every country, all social strata, and even all generations.