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Clinical Supervision in Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counseling: Principles, Models, Methods
Introduction: The Need for Professionalism in Supervisory Trainingand Practice Consequences of Inadequate Supervisory Training Factors Placing a Premium on Quality Supervision. Benefits ofExpand
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The truth about addiction and recovery: the life process program for outgrowing destructive habits.
From the authors of Love and Addiction, the surprising facts about why addictions are not diseases--and a radical new approach to lasting recovery without treatment. The authors claim that people canExpand
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Exploring psychological benefits associated with moderate alcohol use: a necessary corrective to assessments of drinking outcomes?
The aim of this paper is to identify positive psychological concomitants of moderate alcohol consumption. Current research and public-health perspectives on alcohol emphasize harms disproportionatelyExpand
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The visibility of illicit drugs: implications for community-based drug control strategies.
OBJECTIVES This study examined differences between the visibility of drugs and drug use in more than 2100 neighborhoods, challenging an assumption about drug use in poor, minority, and urbanExpand
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On wearing two hats: role conflict in serving as both psychotherapist and expert witness.
OBJECTIVE This article explores the clinical, legal, and ethical problems that typically occur when a psychotherapist serves as both a treating clinician and forensic evaluator (or expert witness) inExpand
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Why It Is So Difficult to Form Effective Community Coalitions
Reviews of large‐scale community coalition evaluations suggest that most have not been successful either in involving a broad array of institutions or in meeting their outcome goals. Informed by theExpand
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Preventing “Critogenic” Harms: Minimizing Emotional Injury from Civil Litigation
Litigation is always stressful for the parties involved, and certain emotional injuries from litigation itself, termed “critogenic” (law-caused) harms, can be identified to aid attorneys inExpand
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