Transforming Futures: The Brooklyn Program Facilitators Manual

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Lulu.com, Mar 1, 2008 - Self-Help - 244 pages
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Transforming Futures: the Brooklyn Program Facilitator's Manual is the first formal publication of the award-winning Brooklyn Program, a new and non-confrontational approach to substance use treatment. In its pages you will be led step-by-step through the procedures for recreating the program. You will discover the logic that informs the procedures and clear descriptions of the tools from Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) that make it work. The Brooklyn Program was used for seven years by the United States Probation Department in Brooklyn, New York as a major treatment modality for substance use disorders. Over that period, hundreds of clients were treated who achieved high program attendance, one year abstinence rates and significant personal growth.

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Richard Gray is Professor of English at the University of Essex. His previous books include "Writing the South: Ideas of Writers Region" (1986), which won the C. Hugh Holman Award.

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