BOOK REVIEWS

@inproceedings{Williams2013BOOKR,
  title={BOOK REVIEWS},
  author={Rebecca E. Williams and Julie S. Kraft},
  year={2013}
}
Rebecca E. Williams, PhD, the first author of The mindfulness workbook for addiction received her master’s degree from Harvard University and her PhD from the University of California, Santa Barbara. She is a clinical psychologist specialized in recovery from mental illness and addictions and also the coauthor of Couple therapy for alcoholism (Wakefield, Williams, Yost & Patterson, 1996). She is currently the director of the Veterans Affairs San Diego Healthcare System’s Wellness and Vocational… 

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