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         Addiction And Recovery:     more books (107)
  1. Truth About Addiction and Recovery by Stanton Peele, 1992-03-15
  2. Treating Pornography Addiction: The Essential Tools for Recovery by Ph.D. Kevin B. Skinner, 2005-09-01
  3. Don’t Let the Bastards Grind You Down: 50 Things Every Alcoholic and Addict in Early Recovery Should Know, or How to Stay Clean and Sober, Recovery from Addiction and Substance Abuse by Georgia W, 2009-01-02
  4. The Alcoholism and Addiction Cure: A Holistic Approach to Total Recovery by Chris Prentiss, 2005-09
  5. Creative Recovery: A Complete Addiction Treatment Program That Uses Your Natural Creativity by Eric Maisel, Susan Raeburn, 2008-10-14
  6. Stage II Recovery: Life Beyond Addiction by Earnie Larsen, 1984-01-01
  7. Impaired: A Nurse's Story of Addiction and Recovery by Patricia Holloran, 2009-02-03
  8. Addiction & Recovery for Dummies by Brian F. Shaw PhD, Paul Ritvo PhD, et all 2004-12-24
  9. Understanding Addiction and Recovery Through a Child's Eyes: Hope, Help, and Healing for Families by Jerry MoeM.A., 2007-11-01
  10. Slaying the Dragon: The History of Addiction Treatment and Recovery in America by William L. White, 1998-03
  11. Recovery from Addiction: A Practical Guide to Treatment, Self-Help, and Quitting on Your Own by William Cloud, Robert Granfield, 2001-08
  12. Ordinary Recovery: Mindfulness, Addiction, and the Path of Lifelong Sobriety by William Alexander, 2010-10-12
  13. Don't Call It Love: Recovery From Sexual Addiction by Patrick Carnes, 1992-03-01
  14. Alcoholism, Drug Addiction, and the Road to Recovery: Life on the Edge by Barry Stimmel, 2002-05-15

161. Naltrexone Assisted Recovery From Alcoholism And Opiate Addiction
Outpatient, non-12-step treatment program for recovery from alcoholism or opiate addiction. Locations in several US states.
Help for Opiate

Suboxone®. First, there was AA. Then, along came RR. And now, there's ARCA... Assisted Recovery Centers of America Offering the "State-of-
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If you want to stop drinking and start living...
(or if someone you love wants to stop...) Naltrexone can help end the cravings for alcohol.
Call 1-602-264-7897 or Toll Free 1-800-527-5344 email: Alcoholism treatment success rates improve dramatically with the use of modern anti-craving medications such as naltrexone (originally known by the brand name: ReVia®), and more recently, Zofran® (generic name: ondansetron) and Topamax® (generic name: topiramate) and most recently Campral (acamprosate). Considerable government and private research has proven this time and again. So why haven't more alcoholism treatment programs incorporated the use of safe and effective medications such as naltrexone? For the answer, let's look at a little history. From 1935 until recently, most people turned to Alcoholics Anonymous for help with quitting drinking, or to a treatment program based on The Minnesota Model of Recovery (so named because of where 12-Step based treatment got its start.) AA and the other 12-Step programs helped many people get started on the road to recovery, because it worked. For nearly 60 years, it was about the only thing that did work. But unfortunately, it didn't work for everyone. Just as unfortunately, the 12-Step recovery community has been slow to embrace the use of medications (including such things as anti-depressant medications) in the recovery process.

162. Alcohol Abuse Drug Addiction Help
Offers valuable information on chemical dependency.
Drug and Alcohol Resource Center
Nationwide Alcohol and Drug Addiction Rehab Information online help
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  • For immediate information, call Help for the Family with Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Substance Abuse
    Drug addiction and alcohol abuse are complex, life-threatening issues. Our goal is to help the family, friends and those who suffer, get the help they deserve. We understand how confusing this process can be and the impact it has on the family. The vast majority of people are unfamiliar with chemical dependency, drug addiction and/or alcoholism. As a result, they end up making improper choices and not getting the best help possible or worse yet, not getting any help at all. Detox is the first step in the rehab process. Some types of drugs do not require a medical detox. We can explain the difference between detox, inpatient, outpatient, residential, hospital based and free-standing programs. The Drug Addiction and Alcohol Abuse Resource Center offers no-cost help so appropriate decisions can be made. Our website contains current information about rehab, treatment, detox, family intervention, drug issues, cocaine abuse, crack addiction, alcohol abuse, heroin, crystal meth, methadone, opiate addiction and how to help the alcoholic. People need to be able to get the best possible help, quickly and easily. Millions of people are successfully recovering from alcoholism and drug addiction today because they got the right help, before it was too late. Rehab and treatment are effective ways of learning how to stop abusing drugs and alcohol.

    163. Rational Recovery - Alcoholism Drug Addiction, Non AA, Non 12-step
    Languages: Espanol



    New: Zero Tolerance in the Family. See below. QUICK START ON RATIONAL RECOVERY
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    The Zero-Tolerance Ultimatum for the
    A ddicted S pouse or S ignificant Other (ASS) in Your Family a ddicted s pouse or s ignificant other be thought of in the shortened tag, ASS, an ass who is betraying others for the sheer pleasure produced by alcohol and other drugs. Rational Recovery: The New Cure for Substance Addiction, is the wakeup call for all involved to get a grip on the problem, and take action right now, or else. Setting the stage for action: protect the family, while secondarily giving your addicted family member the greatest opportunity to defeat the addiction and live in freedom and dignity. We know that AVRT-based recovery brings out the best in every family that is willing to trust their own family traditions. For example, families are the basic unit of survival for human beings, and cannot include for long those who will betray it or harm its members. [More inside] now.

    164. - Drug Rehab, Chemical Dependency And Alchohol Abuse Center.
    Treatment at Spencer recovery Centers is covered by most insurance. Offers california drug addiction help. They learn how to shift the emphasis from Drug rehab, chemical dependency and alcohol abuse treatment center.Offers drug rehab and alcohol treatment in a substance abuse center located in Laguna Beach, California. Spencer Recovery Centers offers a scenic ocean side center in Laguna Beach, California . Extended care is available at our Laguna Vista resort on the cliffs above the Pacific Ocean. Treatment at Spencer Recovery Centers is covered by most insurance. Contact Us for a confidential discussion today. Anger, despair, frustration, guilt — they're all part of a disease called " chemical dependency Alcohol treatment is approached in much the same way, with an initial period of detox followed by residential treatment. If you need more information about alcoholism please give us a call or you can browse our site. The three phases of this program consist of medical detoxification, primary rehabilitation , and family days. Just as people are different, their requirements are different. For that reason, Spencer Recovery Centers offer several treatment options, depending upon the patient's physical and psychological needs. The reality is that they are dying of a disease that is chronic, progressive, fatal, incurable, and, if left untreated, that can result in premature death. Offers california drug addiction help. They learn how to shift the emphasis from blame on the dependent person to positive methods of responding to the individual's

    165. The Alcoholism And Addictions Help Forums- By
    Drug and Alcohol addiction Help Information Chat and Online Meetings. AlcoholicsAnonymous, Narcotics Anonymous support groups for family and friends of
    Search for Drug Rehab and Alcohol Treatment Centers, Referrals and Information: HELP STARTS HERE FIND HELP FAST
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    166. HealthBoards - Addiction & Recovery
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    167. Our House Edmonton - About Us
    32bed recovery centre in Edmonton, Alberta.
    Mission History Contacts Tours ... Newsletter MISSION STATEMENT Our House is an Addiction Recovery Centre, whose sole purpose is to provide an environment where individuals with addictions can embark on a recovery process directed towards a meaningful, productive lifestyle. We fulfil our mission through:
    • A residential program for men eighteen years and over; Recovery-directed programs for men and women; and Education initiatives in the community.
    Organizational Beliefs
    • We believe that people need a safe, healthy, and non-judgmental environment where they are respected, acknowledged, and recognized for who they are. We believe that, with the necessary tools*, addicts can manage their recovery. We believe in abstinence in recovery. We believe that healthy self-esteem is essential to recovery. We believe that every person's recovery process is unique. We believe that everyone involved with Our House should have the opportunity to develop to their full potential. We believe in teamwork.

    168. Hazelden - Hazelden -- The Leader In Alcohol And Drug Rehabilitation, Education
    Nonprofit organization dedicated to helping people recover from alcoholism andother drug addiction. Provides residential and outpatient treatment for
    Welcome Guest Home Admissions Alumni Donations ... Site Map Search About Us Services Resources Online Store ... Education Hazelden The leader in alcohol and drug rehabilitation, education and recovery What's New Thought for the Day Mission/Vision/Values Parents can spot teen drug use and take steps to prevent it. The Voice, Summer 2005 edition a Hazelden newsletter filled with news and opinion for recovering people and professionals is available online. Recovery Month highlights getting help for an addiction. Fall offerings of the Renewal Center and The Lodge programs have something for everyone in recovery Do you think you or someone you know may have a drinking problem? Take our confidential online screening test. Register on the Hazelden website and receive a 10% discount on all purchases in our online store, subscribe to free daily emailed meditations, or send iCare Cards and eMedallions.
    One must lose one's life in order to find it.
    Anne Morrow Lindbergh We are often so busy trying to control the outcome of the happenings in our daily lives, so intent on projecting our tomorrows that we let life slip by. Life is today. This is all we have for surethe moments in our lives we cannot hold. Sometimes it feels as if those moments are beyond time and place, gifts from God to receive and give up at the same time. Like a dragonfly that lights on our hand and will either be crushed or will fly away if we try to close our fingers over it. Life is...

    169. The Female Smoker -- SLAMA 8 (1): 113 -- Tobacco Control
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    The female smoker
    The female smoker: from addiction to recovery. A professional teaching monograph. Joan A Christen, Arden G Christen. Indianapolis, Indiana: produced by Creative Services, Medical Education Resources Program, Indiana University School of Medicine, for Dental Tobacco Cessation Consultants, Inc., Indiana School of Dentistry, 1998, ISBN 1-885873-02-6. The 1964 surgeon general's report indicated that smoking was the cause of the increase in men's lung cancer rates, but

    170. Addiction & Recovery Sites ~ Self Help & Personal Health Directory
    addiction recovery Sites in Our Self Help Personal Health Directory.
    A B C s of Self Help Home (Personal Health Directory + Online Book) Quizzes Psychology Abuse ... Women's Issues
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  • Emotional Intelligence Test Tis far more important to be smart emotionally rather than intellectually. For emotional "smartness" determines our HAPPINESS.
  • Diet Pills Don't Work Well Temporary weight changes are the usual result of diet pills. Online free-read information about changing the psychological SOURCES of your weight gain.
  • Be Your Own Therapist by Thayer White MA MFT. Free read online. Valuable down-to-earth resource for facilitating your growth path into emotions, relationships, spirituality and behavior change.
  • National Institute Drug Abuse Research and treatment reports and news. Includes educational materials for teachers and students. Fact sheets on drug abuse.
  • Mind Over Matter: The Brain's Response to Methamphetamine.
  • Drug Discrimination Bibliography Drug Discrimination is a major way of studying drug effects.. info also on Drug Discrimination Research.
  • 171. MSN Groups
    Health Care Professionals in recovery (215 members). An addiction recovery Site (RxDrugs, Alcoholism, Street Drugs), for all Licensed (PastPresent) Health

    172. The Infography About Spiritual Recovery From Addiction
    Sources recommended by a professor whose research specialty is the spiritualrecovery of addicts.
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    The following sources are recommended by a professor whose research specialty is the spiritual recovery of addicts.
    Six Superlative Sources
    Albers, Robert. (1982) The Theological and Psychological Dynamics of Transformation in the Recovery from Alcoholism. University Microfilms. Booth, Leo. (1991) When God Becomes a Drug. Jeremy P. Tarcher. Clinebell, Howard. (1998, rev./enlarged) Understanding and Counseling Persons with Alcohol, Drug, and Behavioral Addictions. Abingdon Press. May, Gerald. (1991) Addiction and Grace. HarperCollins. Mercadante, Linda. (1996) Victims and Sinners: Spiritual Roots of Addiction and Recovery. Westminster/John Knox Press. Morgan, Oliver J. and Merle Jordan, eds. (1999) Addiction and Spirituality: A Multidisciplinary Approach. Chalice Press.
    Other Excellent Sources
    Albers, Robert. (1997) "Spirituality and Religion: Allies or Adversaries?" in Journal of Ministry in Addiction and Recovery. Vol. 4, No. 2. Albers, Robert. (1999) "The Spirit and Spirituality of Twelve Step Groups" in Journal of Ministry in Addiction and Recovery. Vol. 6, No.1. Albers, Robert. (1994) "Spirituality and Surrender: A Theological Analysis of Tiebout's Theory for Ministry to the Alcoholic" in Journal of Ministry in Addiction and Recovery. Vol. 1, No. 2.

    173. Recovery From Sex Addiction At
    Numerous original articles explaining sex addiction as well as links to specially chosen articles on the web. Written by psychologist David Bissette, Psy.D. from Washington, DC.
    Recovery from Sex Addiction
    Hello! My name is David Bissette and I am a clinical psychologist in the Washington, DC, metropolitan area. This site explains sex addiction and how to recover from it. There is a wealth of information here for those who suffer from this problem, as well as family and friends. Of course, reading materials such as theseand even doing the exercises and worksheets included herearen't a substitute for face-to-face professional help or for attendance at 12-step meetings for sex addiction. However, they can do a lot to provide a basic understanding about sex addiction and to help someone get started in recovery and make progress. This includes family members who need to heal from the effects that sex addiction has had on their family. The material that follows is part of a larger site about my general practice . There's plenty of material about other psychological problems that you may want to explore also. Most people with sex addiction suffer from depression, and it is not unusual to find signs of Attention Deficit Disorder. In addition, childhood abuse is frequent in the backgrounds of those who have any addiction, especially one involving sex. Sex addiction does not develop in a vacuum. Welcome to! An adventure in growth and understanding awaits you.

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    This directory is one of the WWW's biggest sites for links that fit the Wilson's Almanac theme of global and personal change and healing.
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    Themes include: alternatives; New Age; pagan and other festivals; global issues; humor; peace; poetry; inspiration; social justice, links and more.
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    175. NetPsychologist -- Paul W. Anderson, Ph.D. -- Looking For Success?
    Book by an addiction psychologist discusses his program to stay sober.
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    Addictive and compulsive behaviors stay alive on only one food, anxiety.
    The more chronic anxiety in your life, the more active your addictive and compulsive behaviors.
    Anxiety management controls any addiction. Keeping anxiety low starves the addiction. Focusing on relapse prevention to stay sober is like thinking about poverty to get and stay rich. To stay sober, do the things sober people do: live healthy 24/7.
    The source of chronic, high anxiety is a lifestyle of neediness.

    176. Dummies::Addiction & Recovery For Dummies:Book Information
    addiction recovery For Dummies By Brian F. Shaw, PhD, Paul Ritvo, PhD, JaneIrvine, D.Phil, M. David Lewis. ISBN 07645-7625-9 Format Paper
    By Brian F. Shaw, PhD, Paul Ritvo, PhD, Jane Irvine, D.Phil, M. David Lewis
    Pages: 312 Pages
    Pub. Date: December 2004
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    Description Author Information Table of Contents Read Excerpt 1 (PDF) Read Excerpt 2 (PDF) Evaluate medications and treatment programs Break free from addictive substances or behaviors and get a fresh start Think you have an addiction? This compassionate guide helps you identify the problem and work towards a healthy, realistic approach to recovery, explaining the latest clinical and self-help treatments for both adults and teens. This book also offers tips on reducing cravings, handling your relationships, and staying well for the long run. Discover how to
    • Identify the reasons for addiction Choose the best treatment plan Handle slips and relapses Detect addictions in a loved one Find help and support

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    178. West Prince Recovery Centre Is Treatment Facility For Persons With Addictions To
    Information about the treatment facility for males with addictions to/dependency on alcohol or drugs. Located in Prince Edward Island, Canada. Includes a mission statement, services offered, residential requirements and resources.
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    179. Addiction & Recovery At The Institute For Authentic Process Healing
    The Insitute for Authentic Process Healing strives to reduce human sufferingthrough remarkable healing options.

    Authentic Process Healing
    Community Spirituality ... The Journey Toward Complete Recovery. In addition to addressing the multidimensional and multicultural aspects of addiction and recovery, this Doorway is the home of The Staged Recovery Project . This focus deliberately takes our community's previous learning at The Institute for Staged Recovery and advances the peer-driven possibilities of community healing at all levels. Ana Venezia is the Director of this project which addresses the dynamic, holistic process of recovery. "I think of addiction as the sacred disease...Very probably, God created alcoholism in order to create AA, and thereby spearhead the community movement which is going to be the salvation not only of alcoholics and addicts, but of us all."
    -M. Scott Peck, M.D.

    In our APH community we have considerable years of recovery and we understand the addictive disease process from the inside out. We have experienced freedom from addiction and compulsions through two distinct phases: primary and complete recovery.
    What is Addiction?

    180. Working Partners For An Alcohol- And Drug-Free Workplace
    The links below provide definitions and answers to commonly asked questions aboutaddiction, treatment, recovery, and screening and assessment as they
    U.S. Department of Labor Office of the Assistant Secretary for Policy September 8, 2005 DOL Home OASP Working Partners Substance Abuse Basics The links below provide definitions and answers to commonly asked questions about addiction, treatment, recovery, and screening and assessment as they impact workplace and workforce issues.

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