Curious about the legal and ethical ramifications of California's new marijuana laws for therapists?
On January 1, 2018 California’s new marijuana laws went into effect. While this is a great step forward for those who benefit from cannabis for medical or recreational use, it also poses new questions for therapists. How can therapists work with clients who struggle with marijuana addiction in this new landscape?
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