Bruce Goldman, LCSW

Director, Project Outreach
The Zucker-Hillside Hospital


Recent Posts By: Bruce Goldman, LCSW

Prevent Relapse with Addiction Treatment

Philip Seymour Hoffman’s sudden death is a grave reminder that addiction doesn’t sleep. After more than two decades of staying off drugs, the actor picked up old addictions in recent years. New York City Police officers reported that friends found him dead in his downtown apartment with a needle in his arm. His home contained… Read more »

5 Things to Watch to Keep from Drunk-Driving

On the way home from a party, remember this: No one can drink and drive safely—not even a little bit. Drinking any alcohol impairs your judgment and coordination and decreases your ability to determine distance, speed and angles. When arrested for DWI, most people think they are just fine—proving that alcohol hurts judgment. New York… Read more »

Ecstasy: The Rave Drug that Doesn’t Earn Raves

Ecstasy (MDMA) is a powerful drug that creates a feeling of mental stimulation, emotional warmth, closeness and a sense of well being. Unfortunately, that initial reaction is misleading. Ecstasy also causes increased anxiety, restlessness, irritability, impulsivity, sadness, sleep problems, nausea, cramping, high blood pressure, and dehydration. A recent study (“A prospective study of learning, memory,… Read more »