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         Addiction And Recovery:     more books (107)
  1. A Synchronous Memoir of Addiction and Recovery by Aaron, Jr. Bryant, 2010-06
  2. Sex and Love: Addiction, Treatment, and Recovery by Eric Griffin-Shelley, 1997-05-30
  3. The New Face of Recovery: Unlabeling Addiction as a Disease and Finding Treatments that Work by Lucas A CCDC, 2010-06-30
  4. Evidence-Based Addiction Treatment
  5. Rising Above The Influence: A True Story about Alcohol, Drugs, and Recovery by Stephen J. Della Valle, 2008-03-25
  6. When I Am Weak Then I Am Strong: A Recovered Addict's View of Christianity & A Christian's View of Recovery From Addiction by C Camp, 2002-05-24
  7. Twelve Jewish Steps to Recovery: A Personal Guide to Turning from Alcoholism and Other Addictions (Twelve Step Recovery) by Kerry M. Olitzky, Stuart A. Copans, 1991-09
  8. Thirsting for Wholeness: The Spiritual Journey of Addiction and Recovery by Tom Brady, 1992-02
  9. Circles of Recovery: Self-Help Organizations for Addictions (International Research Monographs in the Addictions) by Keith Humphreys, 2011-01-13
  10. Addiction: Why Can't They Just Stop?
  11. Pathways from the Culture of Addiction to the Culture of Recovery: A Travel Guide for Addiction Professionals by William L. WhiteM.A., 1996-04-30
  12. Internet Addiction: A Handbook and Guide to Evaluation and Treatment by Kimberly S. Young, Cristiano Nabuco de Abreu, 2010-10-26
  13. Walking Like a Duck: The True Story of a Nurse Walking from Addiction to Recovery by Patricia Thulin Holloran, 2005-04-08
  14. Joy of Cocaine and Addiction Recovery: The Surrender and Resurrection of The Soul by Carlton 'Moore' Robinson, 2004-08-16

61. NIDA - Publications - Drug Counseling For Cocaine Addiction
While information on addiction and recovery is important, mutual support, sharingone’s own experiences, and discussing clients’ reactions to the material
SELECT A TOPIC... Acid/LSD Alcohol Club Drugs Cocaine Ecstasy/MDMA Heroin Inhalants Marijuana Methamphetamine PCP/Phencyclidine Prescription Medications Smoking/Nicotine Steroids (Anabolic) RELATED TOPICS Drug Testing Medical Consequences Prevention Research Treatment Research Trends and Statistics
Publications Drug Counseling for Cocaine Addiction
Drug Counseling for Cocaine Addiction
Chapter 5 - Phase I: Psychoeducational Group Sessions
Phase I is a structured, psychoeducational group that is offered for 90 minutes per session for the first 12 weeks of treatment. The psycho-educational group is designed to enhance knowledge regarding addiction and recovery. During this early period in recovery, many cocaine-dependent clients experience postacute withdrawal symptoms, struggle with their motivation to change, and are only beginning to abstain from cocaine and other substances. Therefore, they need support and encouragement in addition to information about addiction and recovery.
Phase I group sessions are designed to provide clients with relatively frequent, supportive contact with the counselor and other men and women in recovery; introduce clients to key concepts about addiction and the recovery process; help clients understand how they may set themselves up to relapse; and help clients develop strategies to reduce their relapse risk. The group program helps empower members to establish and maintain abstinence, develop a sense of personal responsibility for their recovery, develop supportive interpersonal relationships, and continue participating in a self-help program such as AA, NA, CA, or other support groups.

62. Backwash - BW Newsletter - Archive
addiction and recovery Add to Bookmarks, 0330-2005, View. addiction and recoveryAdd to Bookmarks, 03-05-2005, View. addiction and recovery Add to

63. Duck Blood Soup
Gripping novel about a physician battling drug addiction and recovery set in today's highpressure medical world.

64. Grant Me The Serenity... Self-help, Addiction & Recovery
addiction, alcoholism, abuse, selfhelp and mental health resources. Offers recoverybooks and gifts, prayers, quotes, meditations, articles and news,

65. Welcome To
Information about benzodiazepine addiction, withdrawal and recovery. FAQs, stories,and support groups.

66. Dr. Henman CAIR Founder
Christ centered support Group which welcomes people with addiction, emotional, relational problems who would like tools and support in learning how to apply God's Plan for recovery in their lives.
P sychological A ssociates P ress presents C hanging A ttitudes I n R ecovery Dr. Henman Welcome to our Web Page of resources to help in the process of change in your life. We define "Recovery" as the process of building a healthy self-esteem, of reclaiming lost ground, which allows health. Recovery includes accepting and working with any problems that may have robbed us of quality living, for example: co-dependency, chemical dependency, eating disorders, other addictions, depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, troubled personal relationships, etc. It is an imperfect process. Abbott and Costello expressed it best many years ago: "I’ve got it, I’ve got it, I ain’t got it." What really matters is the commitment to the journey, not how well we are doing at any given moment. In the traditional view of Twelve-Step recovery, Step One states "We admitted we were powerless over alcohol - that our lives had become unmanageable." Since these words were first written in 1939, the "First Step" has been applied to many different problem areas. CAIR welcomes you, regardless of what motivates your desire for change. The focus of CAIR is Steps Two and Three in the Twelve-Step tradition: Step Two states "We come to believe that a Power greater than ourselves could restore us to sanity," and Step Three states "We have made a decision to turn our will and our lives over to the care of God as we understand Him." We have developed

67. SMART Recovery - Alternative To Alcoholics Anonymous And Narcotics Anonymous
SMART Self Management and recovery Training. Nonprofit organization. Self-reliancenot reliance on a higher power. Sees addiction as complex maladaptive
Latest News and Info... Click here for
2005 Training Program Agenda
.pdf Click here for ... Please click here to register online for the October Training in Chicago October 21-23 Welcome Get Free for Free with Evidence-Based SMART Recovery
SMART offers free face-to-face and online mutual help groups. SMART (Self-Management And Recovery Training) helps people recover from all types of addictive behaviors, including: alcoholism, drug abuse, substance abuse, drug addiction, alcohol abuse, gambling addiction, cocaine addiction, and addiction to other substances and activities. SMART is an alternative to Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous. SMART sponsors more than 300+ face-to-face meetings around the world, and 13+ online meetings per week. In addition, our online message board is an excellent forum in which to learn about SMART and seek support. Our Purpose
To support individuals who have chosen to abstain, or are considering abstinence from any type of addictive behaviors (substances or activities), by teaching how to change self-defeating thinking, emotions, and actions; and to work towards long-term satisfactions and quality of life.

68. Christian Recovery International
The NACR is dedicated to helping Christians recover from abuse, addiction and trauma.
Christian Recovery International
A coalition of
ministries dedicated to helping the Christian community become a safe and helpful place for people recovering from addiction, abuse or trauma.
Dale S. Ryan
Christian Recovery International
PO Box 215
Brea, Ca 92822
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Library, audio tapes, forums, referral center, and much more. Clergy Recovery Network Resources for pastors and other religious professionals. Fuller Institute for Recovery Ministry NEW! Training programs for pastors and recovery ministry leaders. Prodigals International Helping families recover from sexual addiction. Spiritual Abuse Recovery Resources for people recovering from spiritual abuse.

69. Sexual Addiction Recovery Resources
Comprehensive collection of sex addiction recovery resources on the Internet. Selections are categorized by Christian and secular approaches.
Sexual Addiction Recovery Resources
For Addicts For Partners For Counselors For Couples ... Contacting SARR What does Sexual Addiction do? "I used to be married to a drug addicted man who beat me so badly he fractured my skull. His porn addiction was more painful. "
C (partner of a sex addict) Sexual addiction hurts both the addict and the addict's loved ones. It tears apart families and destroys lives, striking at the core of relationships and human intimacy. Wow! There's still a LOT of work to be done! SARR is still alive, although it has not been updated in quite a while. I am in the process of completely revamping SARR to support the huge number of links I've found (over ). Compare that to the 375 currently on the site, and you can imagine the work to be done reviewing and categorizing them all. I've had several offers for help...

70. Drug Addiction - Alcohol Recovery Programs - Alcohol Treatment - Heroin Rehab -
Drug addiction recovery Programs Alcohol Program Heroin Rehab Cocaine RehabilitationAlcoholism Treatment Centers Help. Drug addiction and/or Alcoholism is
Home Addiction Recovery - Heroin Addiction - Cocaine Addiction - Marijuana Addiction - Alcohol Addiction - Drug Abuse - Alcoholism Recovery Program Alcoholism and drug addiction recovery program. It's a fraction of the cost of drug rehab centers and alcohol treatment programs Home
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The Jude Thaddeus Home Recovery Program
A blueprint for a happy, successful, sober life.
Let our experience guide you.
This program was written by people who were once considered hopeless alcoholics and drug addicts. After struggling to control their addictions, the authors have recovered permanently and have incorporated their experiences into a series of clear-cut programs that help lead people out of addiction and into a happy, successful, brighter future. You have the power.
Unlike conventional treatment and 12-step programs, the Jude Thaddeus Home Recovery program is not based on the belief that you have an incurable disease. Why should you spend weeks or months of your life and thousands of dollars on a more intensive recovery program before trying a scientifically proven, less expensive solution that is available in the privacy of your own home? When you study the Jude Thaddeus Home Recovery text, you are not being treated or rehabilitated - you are being educated. You are being given the tools to make sensible and well-informed decisions regarding your substance abuse problems. And the advantages of using this program are many: you do it at home, you don't miss work, you don't use up your vacation time, it's a fraction of the cost of treatment, and

71. Alcoholism Drug Abuse Addiction Codependency Recovery
Straightforward information and useful resources for recovery from drug abuse,addiction, alcohol abuse, alcoholism, substance abuse, and codependency.
The Problem: For whatever reasons, The Solution: By whatever means, What you will find here
Straightforward Information
First Second Third
Consider the many roads to recovery.
Useful Resources
Top Choice Examine the highly acclaimed "self-help novel" by Charles Roper. Books Articles Groups Links ... Contact Us E-mail the website editor. Newsletter Read through past issues of

72. Addiction Recovery Guide : Your Internet Guide To Recovery
HONcode accredited recovery resource for drug and alcohol addiction including evaluation, treatment programs, holistic approaches, residential treatment centers and an active message board.
HOME CONTACT US Featured Treatments
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Active Forum Topics Pain Pills: Hopeless
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Cocaine: Should I Consider Myself An Addict? Recommended Reading Combating Addiction Through Recovery Education
Stephen H.A. Lloyd Mindful Recovery: A Spiritual Path to Healing from Addiction
Thomas Bien, Beverly Bien The Addiction Recovery Guide assists individuals struggling with drug addiction and alcoholism find help that best suits their needs. From evaluation to residential treatment, we have selected a range of outstanding programs and resources. To seek online help from others in recovery and to share your success story , visit our message board Cravings can be significantly reduced by new medications , amino acids and other holistic approaches such as meditation . Because psychological illnesses and traumas often underlie addiction, treatment by

73. Seacliff Recovery Center | Home
An extended care treatment facility for alcohol and drug addiction. South of Los Angeles.
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Seacliff Recovery Center would like to introduce a revolutionary approach to residential drug and alcohol treatment. We have combined our programs to provide some of the most successful residential treatment modalities currently available. Our approach encompasses the integration of healing the mind, body, and spirit through meditation, the 12 steps of AA, traditional group and individual counseling, life skills education and the opportunity to attend college or seek employment. We believe that through the integration of these techniques our clients have the tools necessary to build a solid foundation of recovery. We specialize in areas of Residential Chemical Dependency Treatment, Dual Diagnosis, Chronic Relapse, Trauma Recovery and Extended Care. Our staff believes in an honest, caring and individual approach, focusing on assisting clients to recognize behavioral and cognitive blocks to recovery. Clients will have an opportunity to address issues and behaviors not conducive to recovery. We believe in the integration of the 12-step program and require clients to attend meetings, find sponsorship and participate in12-step work throughout their stay.
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74. Addiction And Alcoholism Recovery
An educational site on alcoholism and addiction designed and written by a psychiatrist. A resource for patients and their families.

75. Addiction Recovery Through Christ
A site giving all pertinent information about the formation, operation, philosophies and testimonies concerning the success of our six month, resident, Christ centered addiction recovery program for men.
If you have come to this site, you or someone you care for a lot is in deep trouble. We at Righteous Oaks Recovery Center want you to know that at every level of leadership in our ministry, we fully understand what you are going through right now. Why, because like YOU, everyone who is involved in Righteous Oaks Recovery Center comes from a background of addiction, shameful behaviors, broken promises, broken hearts, fear, anxiety, pain, failure and yes even incarceration. There is no mistake, no bad choice and no misbehavior that you are experiencing that each of us did not at one time also experience. BUT HERE IS THE “GOOD NEWS.” Every person who makes up the staff of our ministry has overcome their addiction and begun new lives that have led to years of sobriety, success, happiness, peace and even reconciliation with those that they so deeply hurt when they were in their addiction. Righteous Oaks Recovery center is a resident addiction recovery program for men that can say with authority that an overwhelming number of men who have completed our program have gone on to live healthy, productive and meaningful lives inside their families and communities - FREE from addictive behavior. If what I have shared with you so far gives you HOPE in this moment of despair, then click on “About Us” and let us share the “GOOD NEWS” about how it can also happen in YOUR life.

76. Alternatives To 12 Step Treatment And Meetings (NON Twelve Step)
addiction Alternatives addiction recovery and treatment alternatives to drug and Web site of Jim DeSena, Ph.D., an addiction recovery researcher,
Alcoholism Addiction and Mental Health Help
loc="" Search for Addiction Treatment Centers, 12-Step Meetings and Support Groups, Teen Treatment Programs, Sober Living and Detox Centers
Help Starts Here Start Today y the Sea
12 Step Alternatives
Assisted Recovery Center
We believe addiction is a brain-based disorder that is medically treatable, and for the first time in nearly 50 years, a medication has been approved for the treatment of alcohol and opiate dependence
Brookside Institute - Alternative Treatment
Malibu Horizon
Research-based and proven medical model of treatment for drug addiction, drug dependency, and accompanying disorders. Detox and Dual Diagnosis specialists.
Narconon StoneHawk
Recognized throughout the country as the leader in residential treatment of alcohol and drug addiction. Narconon Stonehawk.
SMART Recovery
Offers free scientifically based mutual help groups (including groups online) for abstaining from any addictive behavior for abstaining from any addictive behavior
The Alexander Group
The Alexander Group teaches people with addiction and recovery obstacles to change and grow. Our three-day workshop is dedicated to helping people free themselves from addiction and recovery programs.

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78. Michael Johnson Phd.
Information and links for people suffering with sexual addiction and compulsivity.
Dr. Michael Johnson's Way Station - Please click on the link appropriate to your interest. See you there... Help with Sex Addiction - Individual Recovery - Growth and Development through Life Coaching - Webmaster: You are visitor to this site.

79. Addiction & Recovery Message Board - Archived 8/10/98-12/22/00
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    Information concerning recovery from active drug addiction and Hepatitis C.
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