Evaluating and Treating Adult Children of Alcoholics: Evaluation

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Johnson Institute, 1990 - Medical - 225 pages
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A guide for professionals who work with adult children of alcoholics, their spouses and children. In evaluating and treating these patients, Timmen Cermak not only presents clear diagnostic criteria that correspond directly with accepted psychiatric/psychological concepts but also describes ways of treating these patients that extend far beyond current approaches.

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Contents

Introduction
3
The Importance of Evaluation and Diagnosis 9
9
Perspectives on Alcoholism Necessary
19
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Timmen L. Cermak is in private practice of psychiatry and addiction psychiatry, San Francisco and Marin County.Medical director and psychiatric consultant, Henry Ohlhoff Programs, SF, CA - 30-day residential, day treatment, 6-month halfway house and full range of outpatient chemical dependence services.Murray Hill Communications - consultant to Recoveryconnection.com, a recovery-oriented websiteB.A., Philosophy, Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware, OHM.D., Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OhioCertifications:Diploma, American Board of Psychiatry and NeurologyCertificate of Added Qualification in Addiction PsychiatryCertified by the American Society of Addiction Medicine

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