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Treating the Chemically Dependent and Their Families
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Treating the Chemically Dependent and Their Families

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February 1991 | 232 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
A practical guide for practitioners who work with chemically dependent people, this volume reviews the major issues relevant to addiction and recovery from the perspectives of the addict, the addict's family and the professional. Numerous case studies are used throughout the book, which discusses the consequences of addiction, assessment of addiction problems, recovery issues, treatment resources, effects on addicts' families and family recovery issues.
Miriam S Raskin and Dennis C Daley
Introduction and Overview of Addiction
Miriam S Raskin and Dennis C Daley
Assessment of Addiction Problems
Lou Gene Kingery-McCabe and Frances Campbell
Consequences of Addiction
John Massella
Intervention
Breaking the Addiction Cycle

 
Tod R Marion and Kathryn Coleman
Recovery Issues and Treatment Resources
Dennis C Daley and Miriam S Raskin
Relapse Prevention and Treatment Effectiveness Studies
Ruth Ann Seilheimer
Effects of Addiction on the Family
Carol Koffinke
Family Recovery Issues and Treatment Resources

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ISBN: 9780803932982
£65.00