Overcoming Your Alcohol or Drug Problem: Effective Recovery Strategies Therapist Guide (Revised)

Overcoming Your Alcohol or Drug Problem: Effective Recovery Strategies Therapist Guide (Revised)

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Author/Contributor(s): Daley, Dennis C ; Marlatt, G Alan
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
Date: 06/15/2006
Binding: Paperback
Condition: NEW
This expanded edition of the successful Graywind title, Managing Your Drug and Alcohol Problem: Therapist Guide provides an evidence-based treatment protocol for all types of substance use disorders. Designed to accompany the Managing Your Addictive Behavior: Workbook, Second Edition, this guide provides clinicians with valuable strategies for working with substance use disorders by focusing on specific issues involved in both stopping substance abuse and changing behaviors or lifestyle aspects that contribute to continued substance abuse. In addition to addressing professional approaches/attitudes toward the substance abusing client, assessment, psychosocial and pharamacotherapeutic treatment, and self-help programs, this expanded edition also includes a new chapter on the management of a co-occurring psychiatric disorder.

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