Treating alcoholism

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Jossey-Bass Publishers, May 1, 1995 - Family & Relationships - 416 pages
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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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About the author (1995)

STEPHANIE BROWN is the director of The Addictions Institute in Menlo Park, California, and a research associate at MRI where she co-directs the Family Recovery Project. She is the author of Treating the Alcoholic (1985), Treating Adult Children of Alcoholics (1988), and Safe Passage (1992). She is the coauthor of Adult Children of Alcoholics in Treatment (1989).