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Dr. Eric Fields is a native New Yorker who is a licensed psychologist specializing in addictions, substance abuse, and other behavioral dependencies in working professionals. He earned his B.A. from Clemson University in South Carolina, and completed his graduate studies in New York City, earning his Ed.M. from Columbia University and Psy.D. from St. John's University.  Growing up in a suburban neighborhood, and going to college in the rural South as well as urban New York, has provided him with many diverse social, cultural, and educational experiences that have greatly enhanced his understanding of a wide variety of people.  

Dr. Fields' work experience is equally diverse, spanning over a decade.  He has worked in school systems, as an adjunct professor for a number of colleges, for well-established group practices, and in his own private practice.  Aside from behavioral dependencies and addictions, he has additional training in treating emotional disorders (i.e, anxiety, depression, chronic stress, etc.), career counseling, and resolving relationship problems.  He believes that most psychological problems can be overcome without medication, but he can also help someone make an informed decision about whether or not they need to pursue this type of treatment as well.

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  1. Function Dysfunction
    24 Oct, 2017
    Function Dysfunction
    As a highly experienced addiction psychologist, I can say that people with an addiction are rarely ever crazy!  Irrational? Yes!  And the behavior may look crazy...however...it does not occur for no reason.  Some addictions do become physical and take on this as a major function; however, many are deeply rooted in a perceived psychological benefit.  I use the word "perceived" because it is your view of it being beneficial, regardless of its actual perks, that is most important.  Most addictive