The twelve-step facilitation handbook: a systematic approach to early recovery from alcoholism and addiction

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Lexington Books, 1992 - Political Science - 214 pages
Tap into the power of twelve-step programs This book provides the information, advice, and tools needed to encourage chemically depAndent clients to take advantage of the healing power of twelve-step programs. Filled with illustrative examples, the book maps out effective techniques that help clients develop a sense of acceptance and incorporate the twelve-step philosophy into action. This updated paperback edition also includes information on the clinical effectiveness of twelve-step facilitation and its success with Project MATCH and the National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism?a nationwide collaborative study of treatment for alcoholism and alcohol abuse.

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Goals and Objectives
Facilitator Guidelines
The Core Program

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About the author (1992)

Joseph Nowinski, Ph.D., is a psychologist at the University of Connecticut Health Center. The founder of the Institute of Interpersonal Sensitivity, he also has a private practice in Tolland, Connecticut, where he lives.

Baker has worked for many years in the field of chemical dependency.

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