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INTRANASAL OXYTOCIN MAY IMPROVE ODDS OF ABSTINENCE IN COCAINE-DEPENDENT PATIENTS

At Montefiore & Columbia, Wholeview’s Dr. Sarah Church worked on an innovative study with Dr. Wilfrid Raby and his team who were looking at the effectiveness of intranasal #oxytocin for #cocaine use disorder. There is no known medication to support people struggling with cocaine use, so the results are very exciting!

WHAT'S RACE GOT TO DO WITH IT? FACTORS CONTRIBUTING TO SELF-CHANGE FROM COCAINE USE DISORDER AMONG BLACK ADULTS

Wholeview’s Dr. Isaiah Sypher published this article which takes a nuanced look at the impact of race and racism on the process of change in Black people struggling with cocaine use disorder.

COCAINE USE DISORDER PATIENTS DEVELOP DISTINCT PATTERNS OF REGULATION OF ACTH SECRETION BY A VASOPRESSIN AGONIST AND OXYTOCIN: REPORT ON A LABORATORY STUDY

Wholeview’s Dr. Sarah Church collaborated with Dr. Wilfrid Raby of Columbia University to better understand how stress responses are involved with cocaine use disorder and how the use of oxytocin might help cocaine users reduce relapse.

THE OPIOID CRISIS IN NEW YORK STATE: THE JOURNEY TO SOLUTIONS

Dr. Church is Past President for the Division on Substance Abuse for the New York State Psychological Association (NYSPA) who jointly wrote this white paper on the opioid epidemic.

MEDICATIONS FOR OPIOID USE DISORDER SAMHSA TIP 63

Dr. Church served as an Expert Panelist on SAMHSA Treatment Improvement Protocol 63 – Medications for Opioid Use Disorder SAMHSA TIP 63.
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