Item description for Addictions Counseling: A Practical and Comprehensive Guide for Counseling People with Addictions by Diane Doyle Pita...
Overview This wholly revised and updated edition of Addictions Counseling is widely read by professional counselors as well as ministers, teachers, and nurses. Topics include the counselor's role in recovery, treatment approaches, and sample treatment plans.
Publishers Description Child sexual abuse is widespread and often an element of many other social difficulties. This book outlines a number of different ways professionals can help, particularly focusing on the role of social workers and mental health professionals. It describes how professional intervention can improve the outcome for sexually abused children and their families. It is based on extensive evidence-based research and includes summaries of the implications for practice. Funded by a grant from the Department of Health and reviewed by an expert advisory group, this book covers the child protection process and psychological treatments in a clear and accessible format.
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Studio: The Crossroad Publishing Company
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.26" Width: 5.48" Height: 0.52" Weight: 0.5 lbs.
Release Date May 1, 2004
Publisher Crossroad General Interest
ISBN 0824522621 ISBN13 9780824522629
Reviews - What do customers think about Addictions Counseling: A Practical and Comprehensive Guide for Counseling People with Addictions?
From Back Cover ~ Feb 28, 2006
"A fresh and greatly needed approach to helping the whole person; it fills a great gap in the existing literature. -Thomas Perrin, author of I Am an Adult Who Grew Up in an Alcoholic Family
"A valuable addition to the field." - Perspectives on Addiction Nursing
"Counselors just beginning their careers or those who often must do the work of counseling-such as ministers, teachers, and nurses-will greatly appreciate the value of this book as an introdution to the field. Experienced therapists will value the creative insights of the author and her skilled blending of approaches that many have considered antagonistic, such as the two views proposed by Alcoholics Anonymous and cognitive therapy. It is a wise, flexible, and openminded guide that pulls together the contemporary knowledge about substance abuse into one source." - Dr. William Van Ornum
"This rather brief but valuable book would serve as a good academic text for chemical dependency counseling programs as well as being a nice addition to any counselor's personal library. (It) deserves a high rating." - Journal of Psychoactive Drugs