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Hierarchy of Recovery: From Abstinence to Self-Actualization:Facilitator's Guide for Defining and Measuring Client Outcomes
Helgoe, Robert S., PhD
Hazelden / Softcover / 2002-01-01 / 1568389353
Recovery / Adult Children of Alcoholics
price: $17.50 (may be subject to change)
36 pages
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Until now, clinicians have not had an effective tool for measuring a client's progress in recovery. Hierarchy of Recovery provides just that: A measuring tool based on Abraham Masclow's hierarchy of needs and created by a leading treatment provider. Checklists and personal inventories help clinicians measure and quantify individual client progress; a critical capability in this age of accountability.

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