How Families Recover Love and Meaning: Reclaim Your Family from Addiction

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Hazelden, Sep 8, 2000 - Alcoholics - 68 pages
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Designed for those working with families in recovery from addiction, this facilitator's guide provides, along with the complete contents of the Reclaim Your Family from Addiction Workbook for families, page-by-page sidebars advising professionals how best to use the workbook, guide clients through it, and provide support, encouragement, and insight as families grapple with the ideas and issues found in the exercises. Applying and expanding on the principles set out in Craig Nakken's' book Reclaim Your Family from Addiction, the workbook and facilitator's guide lead family members through a series of writing exercises and discussions addressing a broad range of issues that effect healthy relationships and those beset by addiction. As a result, each family will be able to develop its own workable, step-by-step program for repairing and restoring the bonds of intimacy frayed and strained by addiction.

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Craig Nakken, M.S.W., author of "The Addictive Personality" (over 200,000 copies sold), lectures, trains, & specializes as a family therapist in the treatment of addiction. Nakken has also written "Men's Issues in Recovery." He lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

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