Healing the Healer: The Addicted Physician

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Psychosocial Press, 1998 - Medical - 231 pages
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A detailed discussion of the disease of chemical dependency and its treatment; interventions with physicians; discussion of the Rush and Talbott programs; continuing care and reentry; relapse and recovery; medical marriage and recovery; special issues affecting women physicians, codependency; dual diagnosis; and legal issues arising for the chemically dependent physician.

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Contents

The Rush
21
The Medical Marriage and Recovery from
109
The Family and Codependency
149
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About the author (1998)

Daniel H. Angres, MD, is an associate professor of psychiatry at Rush University Medical Center. He lives in Palos Heights, Illinois.

Talbott, an addiction medicine specialist and a national authority on alcoholism and other drug addictions, is the Founder and Medical Director of the Talbott Recovery Campus.

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