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Published October, 2012
By Emily Davidson, Bob Powers and Bruce Davidson
Publisher: Random House (Seven Stories Press)

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Published September, 2012
By Kelly McDaniel and Sarah Boggs
Publisher: Eurospan (Gentle Path Press)

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Published September, 2012
By Kelly McDaniel and Sarah Boggs
Publisher: Eurospan (Gentle Path Press)

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Published November, 2011
By John P. Contini
Publisher: BookMasters (Liberty Press Publishing)

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Published November, 2011
By Michael J. Kuhar and Sylvia Wrobel
Publisher: Financial TImes Prentice Hall
"The Addicted Brain" explains clearly and vividly what has been learned about how and why some people become addicted and abuse drugs or other substances, the relatively long-term changes these substances can make in the brain, and the progress being made on treatments.

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Published October, 2011
By Michael Kuhar
Publisher: Pearson (FT Press)

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Published June, 2011
By Andy Higgins
Publisher: Chipmunkapublishing (Chipmunkapublishing Ltd)

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Published February, 2011
By Elias Aboujaoude
Publisher: W. W. Norton (W. W. Norton & Company)

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Published October, 2009
By Marcus Grant and Mark Leverton
Publisher: Taylor & Francis (Routledge)

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This ground-breaking volume provides readers with both an overview of harm reduction therapy and a series of ten case studies, treated by different therapists, that vividly illustrate this treatment approach with a wide variety of clients. Harm reduction is a framework for helping drug and alcohol users who cannot or will not stop completely-the majority of users-reduce the harmful consequences of use. Harm reduction accepts that abstinence may be the best outcome for many but relaxes the emphasis on abstinence as the only acceptable goal and criterion of success. Instead, smaller incremental changes in the direction of reduced harmfulness of drug use are accepted. This book will show how these simple changes in emphasis and expectation have dramatic implications for improving the effectiveness of psychotherapy in many ways. From the Foreword by Alan Marlatt, Ph.D.: "e;This ground-breaking volume provides readers with both an overview of harm reduction therapy and a series of ten case studies, treated by different therapists, that vividly illustrate this treatment approach with a wide variety of clients. In his introduction, Andrew Tatarsky describes harm reduction as a new paradigm for treating drug and alcohol problems. Some would say that harm reduction embraces a paradigm shift in addiction treatment, as it has moved the field beyond the traditional abstinence-only focus typically associated with the disease model and the ideology of the twelve-step approach. Others may conclude that the move toward harm reduction represents an integration of what Dr. Tatarsky describes as the "e;basic principles of good clinical practice"e; into the treatment of addictive behaviors. "e;Changing addiction behavior is often a complex and complicated process for both client and therapist. What seems to work best is the development of a strong therapeutic alliance, the right fit between the client and treatment provider. The role of the harm reduction therapist is closer to that of a guide, someone who can provide support an

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