Providing a year-long compendium of recovery wisdom and inspiration to help those who are newly sober, this book serves as your recovery coach, providing guidance and inspiration when you feel vulnerable in your sobriety, and helping you to move past common stumbling blocks and flourish in your daily life.
This revised edition explores the personal motives, attitudes, assumptions and perceptions of men who are recurrently violent. How patterned and consistent is the violence of such men? What are the dynamics of their escalating encounters? What dispositions are most apt and lead to violence?
The author's purpose in this text is to define the nature of value and restore it to a central position in discussions of ethical and aesthetic problems. Beginning with a broad view of postmodernism in general, a closer look is taken at attempts to reduce values to evaluation and deny objectivity.
Offers an unprecedented anthology of never-before-published, first-person life histories by ex-spouses whose grief has endured as disenfranchised: socially unacknowledged, untold, and unrecognised. Each story of disenfranchised grief is fiercely honest and courageously made public.
A module in Hazelden's Adolescent Cooccurring Disorder Series, this provides you with information about the disorder and explores proven or promising treatments. It is a reproducible 50-page workbook of client exercises and facilitator information. The exercises are designed to be used with the help of a counsellor, therapist, psychologist, social worker,...
Adapted from Hazelden's Complete Relapse Prevention Skills Program, this updated program is based on Alan Marlatt's evidence-based protocols. Relapse Prevention Skills has been condensed and reformatted to help clinicians most effectively present strategies for successfully preventing relapse.
Uses poignant personal stories of real people recovering from prescription drug addiction to break through the barrier of denial. Vivid personal stories of addiction and recovery are combined with solid facts that show us that addiction to prescribed medications does happen.
Avoiding Relapse through Self-Awareness and Right Action
Understanding Self-Deception, Second Edition
Letting Go of the Need to Control
ARC - Desk Reference for Healthcare Professionals