Abstract
A PROPOSED TREATMENT PLAN MODEL FOR REWARD DEFICIENCY SYNDROME: TO HELP IN RESTRUCTURING THE ADDICTION RECOVERY INDUSTRY

Elizabeth D. Gilley*

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Approximately 50 years of research have led to new understanding and a new phenotype for impulsive, addictive and compulsive behavioral expression with the successful evidence based concept of Reward Deficiency Syndrome (Blum, Braverman, Holder, Lubar, Miller, Monastro, Commings et al, 2000) which is linking all addictions under a common rubric (Blum, Febo, McLaughin, Cronje, Han et al, 2014), and changing the recovery landscape. Although Kenneth Blum is accredited with first coining the phrase in 1995 (Febo, Blum, Badgaiyan, Baron, Thanos, Colon-Perez, et al, 2017), literally thousands of research scientists have contributed to the advancement of the field of the neurogenetics of addiction (Ducci & Goldman, 2012). There is no debate on the doctoral and post-doctoral levels of neuroscience. Some are informed. Others are not. The evolution of addiction science has revealed a new phenotype. “RDS is the disease, [and] addiction it’s symptom” (Gilley, 2018, p. 161; Smith. 2012).

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