The Handbook of Addiction Treatment for Women: Theory and Practice
Shulamith Lala Ashenberg Straussner, Stephanie Brown
John Wiley & Sons, Jan 18, 2001 - Psychology - 640 pages
Providing essential theoretical and practical guidelines for clinicians, educators, policymakers, and public health professionals, The Handbook of Addiction Treatment for Women is a comprehensive resource of the most current research and knowledge from recognized experts in the field of addiction and treatment. This much needed guide offers an historical context on the issue of women and addiction, examines the myriad challenges of the female addict, and includes recommendations for choosing a course of treatment that will meet the specific needs of an individual woman addict.
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PART TWO MAJOR ADDICTIONS AMONG WOMEN
PART THREE LIFE CYCLE ISSUES FOR ADDICTED WOMEN
PART FOUR ADDICTIONS ISSUES FOR ETHNICALLY DIVERSE WOMEN
PART FIVE SPECIAL POPULATIONS AND SETTINGS
PART SIX TREATMENT APPROACHES AND MODALITIES
PART SEVEN EPILOGUE AND RESOURCES
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