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For clients re-entering the workplace after treatment for addiction, this book provides guidance to take first things first avoid getting fired by working clean and sober. Step be step, the author outlines essential tools, skills, and strategies for the transition back to work.
-Provides help to handle anger, guilt, shame, and other
factors that can trigger craving.
-Offers tips for travel and entertaining at work while
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Working Clean & Sober is much more than a 'how to' guide for getting and/or keeping a job in sobriety! The book picks you up and drops you down, right where you need to be: grappling with the real questions of a 'working adult' in this culture. What do I want? How am I keeping myself from getting it? It is a practical guide, not only for those new in recovery, but for all of us sometime malcontents who desire a deeper sense of purpose from our work. - Joan Kiley, Executive Director of Community Recovery Services, Berkeley, CA.
Finally! A real-world practical guide to surviving at work during early recovery... Working Clean and Sober uses humor and plain speaking to address the issues that recovering employees face when reintegrating in the workplace. This book also goes well beyond early recovery by exploring how recovery can transform management and how individuals can incorporate recovery values in their corporate lives. Since most employees would like to keep their jobs while making one of the largest life transitions they will ever face, this book will become an invaluable resource. I recommend that every employee assistance professional read it first and then pass it on to their clients. - Tamera Cagney, RN, MFT, CEAP, and former board member of the Employee Assistance Professionals Association.About the Author:
David Skibbins, Ph.D., has been a licensed counselor and psychotherapist for 25 years. Currently chairman of the board of community recovery services, he teaches classes on addiction treatment in three graduate psychology programs. He is also the author of numerous articles on recovery.
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Book Description Hazelden, 2000. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P11156838551X
Book Description Condition: New. New. Seller Inventory # STRM-156838551X
Book Description Condition: New. New. Seller Inventory # STRM-156838551x