The Twelve-step Facilitation Handbook: A Systematic Approach to Early Recovery from Substance Dependence

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Hazelden, 2003 - Alcoholics - 215 pages
This book describes a method for working with clients with alcohol or drug problems from a 12-step recovery perspective. It is a self-contained manual-guided therapy that is designed for use by clinicians experienced with addiction treatment as well as less experienced clinicians working with substance abusing clients in both aftercare and primary outpatient settings. It presents a structured approach to assessment and early recovery that is consistent with the Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous.

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About the author (2003)

Joseph Nowinski, Ph.D., is a psychologist at the University of Connecticut Health Center, a practitioner in private practice in Tolland, Connecticut, where he lives, & founder of the Institute for the Study of Interpersonal Sensitivity.

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