Editorial #21

There are people we believe they will always be with us. That they will be there to talk, to laugh, to argue, to make amends. But there comes an unexpected, striking moment, when you realize that life will not grant you that favour. Our friend, our colleague, the person dear and close to us will […]

Issue #37

Editorial   DRUG ADDICTION IN GREECE “CREAMING” AT SOCIAL AND HEALTH CARE SERVICES ON PRACTITIONERS’ PERCEPTIONS: CHALLENGES FOR ADDICTION TREATMENT PROGRAMS Elena Zagorianakou & Gerasimos D. Papanastasatos   ART AND PREVENTION OF ADDICTIVE BEHAVIORS IN SCHOOL: PERCEPTIONS OF TEACHERS OF PRIMARY EDUCATION OF THE PREFECTURE OF ACHAIA Eleftheria Pappa & Avgoustinos Ladas   USE AND […]

Editorial #37

IT HAS ALMOST BEEN 2 YEARS since the beginning of the pandemic, and the research data on the effects of COVID-19 on the behaviour of individuals and the consumption of various psychoactive substances are constantly increasing. The growing use of social media has not only promoted negative drug-related behaviours but has also offered media users […]

Editorial #36

LATELY, LONG DISCUSSIONS TAKE PLACE ON AN INTERNATIONAL LEVEL with regards to the terminology often adopted by authors and scientific journals in the published papers, and the extent to which many of them may be stigmatizing for the people who use and abuse substances and their families. Today, the term “addict” “user” or “drug addict” […]

Editorial #34

Lately, due to the crisis caused by COVID-19 we have been dealing with great and sudden changes both personally and professionally. we’ve changed training methods and the way we interact on a daily basis; we have adopted practices we never would have imagined a year ago. EXARTISIS journal in its effort to remain close to […]

Editorial #35

It’s been several months now that due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have been experiencing many changes on a personal, professional and collective level. Despite the fact that these conditions have forced us to adapt to the new reality, with many restrictions on research and access in the field of addictions, at the same time […]

Issue #35

CONTENTS   Editorial   DRUG ADDICTION IN GREECE DRUGS ADDICTS TATTOOING DURING IMPRISONMENT Marilena Chatzaki & Charalampos Poulopoulos   SUICIDE PREVENTION-MANAGEMENT THROUGH ADDICTION PREVENTION AND TREATMENT Maria Smyrnaki & Athena Liodaki   REPRESENTATIONS OF ADDICTION AMONG SUBSTANCE USERS AND HEALTH PROFESSIONALS Iordanis Pertetsoglou & George Koulierakis   EMPOWERING SUBSTANCE USE DISORDERS TREATMENT THROUGH PHYSICAL EXERCISE. […]

Issue #34

CONTENTS   Editorial note   DRUG ADDICTION IN GREECE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS AGGRESSIVE OR/AND DELINQUENT BEHAVIOR: TEACHERS PERCEPTIONS ABOUT THEIR ETIOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT Maria Smyrnaki & Elias Kourkoutas   SCHOOL FAILURE, SCHOOL ABANDONMENT AND USE OF SUBSTANCES. THE TEACHERS’ PERSPECTIVE Despoina Chatzipapa & Dr. Panagiotis Koutrouvidis   THE IMPACT OF EARLY MALADAPTIVE SCHEMAS AND TEMPERAMENT […]

“Relations of Substance”: Parenthood and Rehabilitation Procedures

Nikolaos Koukias Social Worker, MSc Social and Historical Anthropology, PgD Drug Use and Addiction, Head of Counseling Center of Kethea Nostos (Chios)   Abstract Purpose: The purpose of the present research is to study and investigate the changes that the family undergoes when a member is confronted with a matter of “addiction” on a substance, […]

Domestic violence as an etiological factor and consequence of addiction

Maria Smyrnaki (1) & Maria Moudatsou (2) (1) Psychologist, Doctor of the Department of Primary Education of the University of Crete, Head of Open, Support Unit of KETHEA ARIADNI, Postal Address: 12, Apolodorou street, Agios ioannis Knossos, Heraklion, 71409, Crete-Greece, tel: +30 695 8450 389, +30 2811 102 525 Email: marsmyrn@hotmail.com & smirnaki@kethea-ariadni.gr (2) Social […]