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Readers explore their relationship with chemical substance--how they "met," when they became "infatuated"--in becoming more mindful of their recovery needs.
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Deborah Corley PhD is co-founder and Director of Research and Family Services at Sante Center for Healing in Argyle, Texas. She is the co-author of the Book: Disclosing Secrets. Jennifer Schneider, M.D., Ph.D. practices internal medicine and addiction medicine in Tucson, Arizona, and serves as Associate Director of the journal Sexual Addiction and Compulsivity. She is the author of Back from Betrayal; Sex, Lies, and Forgiveness; and co-author of Disclosing Secrets Richard Irons M.D. was the owner of the Professional Renewal Center in Lawrence, Kansas. He specialized in working with professionals with a substance or behavioral addiction.Dr. Irons died in 2002.Review:
"Schneider and Corley are two of the unsung heroes of the recovery movement. Their book on disclosure and families is making a huge difference in the lives of addicts everywhere. Combined with the wisdom of Dr. Richard Irons, they have produced an extraordinary book which will ease the recovery of those dependent on drugs and alcohol." --Patrick Carnes, Ph.D., author of "Out of the Shadows."
"Corley, Schneider, and Irons present a very practical approach to understanding the disease of addiction and what is essential for healthy recovery. They highlight both the deception and destruction the disease represents and the concepts critical for recovery consolidation and maintenance. This book will be very useful for those making changes in their lives." --Raju Hajela, M.D., Past President, Canadian Society of Addiction Medicine
"This book is the right mix of information, reflection, and recovery support for each stage of change and will be a popular resource for addiction treatment. The late Dr. Richard Irons' last book is a gentle, client-affirming book that has been lovingly completed as he intended -- a fitting legacy for one of the pioneers in addiction medicine." --A.J. Reid Finlayson, M.D., Addiction Medicine Div., Vanderbilt U School of Medicine
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Book Description Gentle Path Press, 2003. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111929866054
Book Description Gentle Path Press. PAPERBACK. Condition: New. 1929866054 New Condition. Seller Inventory # NEW7.1745117
Book Description Gentle Path Press, 2003. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1929866054