Evaluating and Treating Adult Children of Alcoholics: Evaluation
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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