Substance Abuse Counseling: Theory and Practice
Merrill, 1998 - Substance abuse - 298 pages
Walks the beginning general clinician and the beginning substance abuse counselor through the process of working with clients, based on personal experience and a detailed survey of US scholars teaching the subject. Explores such aspects as etiological theories, assessment and diagnosis, treatment se
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Introduction to Substance Abuse Counseling
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