Addiction recovery tools: a practical handbook
Addiction Recovery Tools: A Practical Handbook presents verified recovery tools with a methodical "when and how" approach for each available tool. Including both Western and Eastern methods, the book catalogs the motivational, medical-pharmaceutical, cognitive-behavioral, psychosocial, and holistic tools accessible in a wide variety of settings and programs. Speaking directly to practitioners with an easy-to-read outline for each tool, the book addresses the following questions: When and how does it work? Why does it work and with whom? What are the practical guidelines for success? What are the potential pitfalls? The contributors, all experiences addiction recovery specialists, present comprehensive descriptions of each tool as well as practical aids worksheets, lists, scales, guidelines, and interactive exercises to help the practitioner incorporate the tool into practice. Further instructional resources are supplied for training, continuing education, and career enhancement. Addiction Recovery Tools is an invaluable resource for anyone studying or working in substance abuse, counseling, social work, clinical psychology, group work, psychotherapy, or public health who is searching for a definitive handbook on addiction recovery strategies.
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