Jossey-Bass Publishers, May 1, 1995 - Family & Relationships - 416 pages
An invaluable model for making informed treatment decisions A Volume in the Jossey-Bass Library of Current Clinical Technique "Highly recommAnded. . .for clinicians who want to understand and treat the alcoholic in a pragmatic and step-wise fashion." --NARPPS Journal In this comprehensive book, editor Stephanie Brown presents a model of alcoholism treatment to help you guide alcoholics and their families on the path to long-term recovery. Experts in the field give you the skills to address the myriad problems associated with alcoholism by providing up-to-date information and illustrative case examples. This book, filled with a wealth of information, will help you set specific therapeutic techniques for working with alcoholics and the families of alcoholics in a clinical setting.
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