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         Alcoholism:     more books (104)
  1. The Alcoholism and Addiction Cure: A Holistic Approach to Total Recovery by Chris Prentiss, 2005-09
  2. The Cure for Alcoholism: Drink Your Way Sober Without Willpower, Abstinence or Discomfort by Roy Eskapa Ph.D., 2008-10-01
  3. The Vitamin Cure for Alcoholism: How to Protect Against and Fight Alcoholism Using Nutrition and Vitamin Supplementation by Abram Hoffer, Andrew W. Saul, 2009-05-15
  4. Beyond the Influence: Understanding and Defeating Alcoholism by Katherine Ketcham, William F. Asbury, et all 2000-04-04
  5. Children of Alcoholism: A Survivor's Manual by Judith S. Seixas, Geraldine Youcha, 1986-06-14
  6. Under the Influence: A Guide to the Myths and Realities of Alcoholism by James Robert Milam, Katherine Ketcham, 1984-07-01
  7. Seven Weeks to Sobriety: The Proven Program to Fight Alcoholism through Nutrition by Joan Mathews Larson, 1997-10-07
  8. No More Letting Go: The Spirituality of Taking Action Against Alcoholism and Drug Addiction by Debra Jay, 2006-04-25
  9. The Natural History of Alcoholism Revisited by George E. Vaillant, 1995-05-25
  10. Alcoholism and the Family: A Guide to Treatment and Prevention by Ann W. Lawson, Gary Lawson, 2004-01
  11. Cool Water: Alcoholism, Mindfulness, and Ordinary Recovery by William Alexander, 1997-08-19
  12. Treating Alcoholism: Helping Your Clients Find the Road to Recovery by Robert R. Perkinson, 2004-08-06
  13. Alcoholism and Other Drug Problems by James E. Royce, David Scratchley, 2007
  14. Heavy Drinking: The Myth of Alcoholism as a Disease by Herbert Fingarette, 1989-06-21

161. Alcohol Drug Rehab Treatment Addiction Alcoholism Rehab Treatment Centers
Alternative to conventional alcohol and drug rehab treatment addiction recoveryprograms. Permanent Solution for alcoholism and abuse of alcohol and drugs.
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The Saint Jude Retreat House is a Social-Educational Alternative to Conventional Drug Rehab Centers and Alcohol and Drug Treatment Programs
Alcohol and Drug Treatment Doesn't Work!
  • Conventional alcohol and drug rehab centers do not work for the majority and can be harmful to an
    alcoholic or drug addict. People have a better chance of recovering without being exposed to conventional alcoholism and drug addiction treatment programs.
Twelve Step Programs Don't Work!
  • 45% of the people who attend Alcoholics Anonymous meetings never return after their first meeting. 95% never return after the first year. Based on Alcoholics Anonymous World Services' own statistics Alcoholics Anonymous has only a 5% retention rate. Those who leave AA look elsewhere, such as conventional alcohol and drug treatment for solutions, but 93-97% of conventional drug rehabs and alcohol treatment centers are 12 step or AA based, thus individuals essentially rejoin AA.
Alcoholism and Drug Addiction are not Diseases!

162. Peace Of SongDov - My Personal Story Of Recovery From Alcoholism
Personal story of recovery from alcoholism through the Twelve Steps of AA. alcoholism is a progressive disease, not a weakness of character.
Hello, My name is Sharon, and I am an alcoholic. When I first began this website it was December of 1997. I was newly sober, and working on it was a sort of therapy for me. The website has undergone a few changes since then, but one thing remains constant. In order to keep the most important gift ever given to me, my sobriety, I must help others still suffering. I hope something on this website helps another person suffering from the disease of alcoholism to realize that there is hope, and that Alcoholism is a progressive disease, not a weakness of character. I also hope to help to dispel the myth that all alcoholics are homeless bums on the street clinging desperately to a brown paper bag. That is just not so! I never clung desperately to a brown paper bag unless I was puking in it, and I am most definitely an alcoholic! Alcoholics can be bums on the street yes, but they are also Mothers, Fathers, Grandparents, Wives, Husbands, and Children. They are Senators, First Ladies, Butchers, Bakers, and Candlestick Makers. They are Musicians, Actors, Doctors, Lawyers, Bricklayers, Brokers, Secretaries, Farmers, your next door neighbors, co-workers, the list goes on and on ad infinitum. Over 100,000 people in the

163. Villanova University - Counseling Center
alcoholism is a topic which receives a fairly steady stream of attention in Yet, perhaps for most people, alcoholism is not understood realistically.

164. Alcoholism Drug Addiction Treatment Recovery Alternative
Recovery and treatment alternatives are based on the premise that substance abuse and alcoholism are choices not diseases.
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There are vast amounts of information out there on the whole "recovery" process from alcohol and drugs. With this vast information, I believe, we often lose sight of what matters most.
Alcohol and drug use is a painful business. Because of the pain and struggle involved we may search endlessly for the one cause or cure to end the madness. We become afraid, and through this fear cling to any shred of evidence we can find to lift us from our state.
Is there one way to succeed in "recovery"? Who is right? Who is wrong?
When it is all said and done, it does not matter which path you take to end alcohol or drug addiction. It's your choice, your life. Find a way. There is hope and there are alternatives to current thinking of addiction.

165. Glossary Term - The Partnership For A Drugfree America
alcoholism A disease characterized by excessive and habitual drinking of alcoholicbeverages, that causes the alcoholic, physical, psychological, Parents Teens InterveneNow ... Donate Drug Guide - Choose From List Search by Slang Names 2C-B 2C-T-7 Alcohol AMT Anorectic Drugs Cocaine Crystal Meth DMT DOM DOB MDA DXM Ecstasy Foxy GHB Hashish Herbal Ecstasy Heroin Inhalants Ketamine Khat LSD Marijuana Methamphetamine Methamphetamine Pills Methcathinone Mushrooms Opium OxyContin PCP Peyote PMA Prescription Pain Relievers Prescription Sedatives and Tranquilizers Prescription Stimulants Pseudoephedrine Ritalin Rohypnol Steroids Tobacco Search Join MyPartnership Sign In Home Glossary Alcoholism 10/26/2004 3:35:02 PM Alcoholism
A disease characterized by excessive and habitual drinking of alcoholic beverages, that causes the alcoholic, physical, psychological, and social harm. ( Addiction Resource Guide) Addiction A progressive, chronic, relapsing disorder that includes: craving for alcohol or other drugs and a compulsion to use them; inability to control substance use; and continued use in spite of negative consequences. Other symptoms of addiction can include tolerance (development of resistance to a drug's effects over time), physical dependence, psychological dependence, and withdrawal. (Join Together)
Click the link for more Alcoholic Someone who as the result of their alcohol consumption, either excessive or habitual, suffers or has suffered physical, psychological, emotional, social or occupational harm. (Addiction Resource Guide).

166. Wernicke-Korsakoff Syndrome, Prevention And Treatment - Medical Council On Alcoh
The Medical Council on alcoholism looks at the problem, the aim, treatment, who to treat, followup and references.
home about us become a member resources facts ... other MCA publications Prevention and Treatment of Wernicke-Korsakoff Syndrome The Problem
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1. The Problem WKS is a potentially lethal condition, due to thiamine deficiency. WKS can also have major long term consequences, with patients requiring permanent institutional care. It is commonest in heavy drinkers who have a poor diet. Such patients may be unpopular with staff if unkempt, drunk or abusive. The intoxicated patient who does not recover fully and spontaneously may be suffering from WKS. Only if such a patient is admitted will full assessment be possible and further treatment be practical. There is no simple blood test to determine patients at risk of WKS. 2. The Aim To prevent the development of, and to treat symptoms of, WKS by administration of parenteral B complex vitamins. 3. Treatment

167. Health Effects Of Alcohol
Longterm drinking can bring on many other health problems. From
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Excessive drinking can cause a variety of health problems. This index explores a wide range of the health effects of alcohol from fetal alcohol syndrome to alcholism in the elderly.
Recent Alcohol Can Upset Body's 'Biological Clock' The body has more than 100 circadian rhythms that are unique and influence various aspects of body functions, including heart rate, blood pressure, body temperature, hormone levels, pain threshold and even the ability to fight disease. Drinking alcohol can have negative consequences on these biological rhythms, research reveals. 'Hazardous' Drinking Increases Health Risks People who are not dependent on alcohol, but who practice hazardous drinking and drug use, face serious health problems much like those who are alcoholics and addicts.

168. Alcohol And Drug Rehabilitation - Betty Ford Center - Welcome
Offers treatment for women, men, and children beginning recovery from alcoholism, drug addiction, substance abuse, and chemical dependency. Located in Rancho Mirage, CA.

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As a recovering alcoholic woman, I know how alcoholism and drug addiction can affect the lives of families intervention Betty Ford Center

National clearing house information on addictions, recovery, and prevention. Includes articles and directories for addictions, prevention, recovery, drug use, alcoholism, health and wellness, medical issues, and social issues.
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170. North Carolina Substance Abuse Professional Certification Board
Establishes standards and certifications for alcoholism and addiction service delivery systems.
The North Carolina Substance Abuse Professional Certification Board, Inc. The Board became a duly chartered corporation in August 1984, and was granted statutory status by N.C.G.S. 90-113.30 of 1994, - in order -
  • To establish standards for professional practice in the alcoholism and addiction service delivery systems,
  • To provide a means by which individuals certified under these standards may be recognized and identified as possessing the necessary competencies as professionals in the field of alcoholism and addictions counseling,
  • To establish a means by which alcoholism and addiction professionals may demonstrate their integrity and credibility to the general public and to other health care professionals,
    - and -
  • On August 28, 1997, the North Carolina House of Representatives passed Senate Bill # 712, the "Certified Clinical Addictions Specialist Bill" which added to the 1994 statute, and specifically established... The North Carolina Substance Abuse Professional Certification Board as the credentialing body in the state for all substance abuse professionals.

171. Adolescent Treatment Centers, Teenage Drug Rehab, Teen Alcohol Rehabilitation, M
Adolescent drug addiction, eating disorder and alcoholism treatment center, located in Malibu California. Family treatment, equine therapy and anger management programs.
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Outpatient Counseling Center Scholastic Academy at Visions WELCOME TO VISIONS ADOLESCENT TREATMENT CENTER Every person entering our program will be treated as a unique individual with separate needs and problems. We create a treatment plan that is tailored to the specific needs of each individual. While the primary focus is on the need to achieve sobriety, other issues such as mental health, behavioral problems, eating disorders, cross-addictions, low self-esteem, anger management and family dysfunction will be assessed and addressed for the greatest success of our residents and their families. Visions Adolescent Treatment Center Who We Are Residential Program Outpatient Counseling Center ... Teenage Addiction Recovery Marketing by Webconsuls

172. National Council On Alcoholism And Drug Dependence - NCADD - Fights The Stigma A
The National Council on alcoholism and Drug Dependence is a volunteer health organization providing education, information, help and hope. Includes alcoholism facts, and youth information.
ABOUT US LEARN MORE ACTIVITIES Affiliates Facts Contribute Communications ... Conference of Affiliates (November 2-5, 2005) Founded in 1944 by Marty Mann, the first woman to find long-term sobriety in Alcoholics Anonymous, the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, Inc. (NCADD) provides education, information, help and hope to the public. It advocates prevention, intervention and treatment through offices in New York and Washington, and a nationwide network of Affiliates.
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173. NAADAC - The Association For Addiction Professionals
Press Release Aug 8, 2005 IC RC and NAADAC Commit to Transparent Merger DiscussionsIC RC and NAADAC will share information to all affected by the ongoing
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This independent study course provides an in-depth understanding of the Department of Transportation’s (DOT) expanded and revised drug use and alcohol misuse prevention rules. Learn more in Publications. The Addiction Professional's Guide to HIPAA
HIPAA Checkup walks you through an easy-to-understand, step-by-step process for compliance with federal regulations. more information National Addiction Counselors' Day September 20, 2005 September 20, 2005 is the 4th annual National Addiction Counselors' Day. This day coincides with National Recovery Month . Join with others to ensure counselors get the recognition they deserve for their efforts in recovery and treatment. Without the powerful work of addiction counselors there will be no addiction profession. If you'd like to share ideas for possible events on Counselors' Day, please contact Pamela Frazier at

174. Welcome To JACS
Organization of Jewish alcoholics, addicts, family members and concerned friendsexploring resources in the Jewish community to promote and enhance recovery

175. Humphry Osmond -- Tanne 328 (7441): 713 -- BMJ
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Humphry Osmond
Psychiatrist who investigated LSD, "turned on" Aldous Huxley, and coined the word "psychedelic" Humphry Osmond was at the cutting edge of psychiatric research in the 1950s. He believed that hallucinogenic drugs might be useful in treating mental illness and he studied the effects of LSD on people with alcohol dependency. His investigations led to his association with the novelist Aldous Huxley and to involvement with the CIA and MI6, which were interested in LSD as a possible "truth drug" to make enemy agents reveal secrets.

176. THE MERCK MANUAL, Sec. 15, Ch. 195, Drug Use And Dependence BR

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