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The Family Recovery Program : A Professional's Guide for Treating Families of Alcoholics and Addicts, Second Edition
Nowinski, Joseph
Hazelden / Curriculum / 2011-11-01 / 1616491078
12-Step - Professional Materials / Addiction
price: $123.95 (may be subject to change)
278 pages
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Addiction is a disease that affects not only the person struggling with drug or alcohol abuse, but those most involved in the life of the addict as well. The Family Recovery Program, 2nd Edition details a structured, evidence-based approach to working with the families of addicts. Grounded in the Twelve Step facilitation model, The Family Recovery Program is an ideal component to Hazelden's Twelve Step Facilitation Outpatient Program.

This unique evidence-based program includes a CD-ROM that contains facilitator information, reproducible client handouts, worksheets, and research information and can be successfully implemented into any residential or outpatient treatment setting.

"This book is an excellent guide for any professional working with families of addicts and alcoholics. It provides sound practical examples and guidelines for helping a family move through their pain and confusion about what to do when someone they love is in trouble with alcohol or drugs."
--Patricia Owen, Ph.D.

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