Chapter 2 Addiction Treatment and Recovery Careers

@inproceedings{Hser2010Chapter2A,
  title={Chapter 2 Addiction Treatment and Recovery Careers},
  author={Yih-Ing Hser and M. Douglas Anglin},
  year={2010}
}
Recovery from addiction is a complex and dynamic process, with considerable variations across individuals. Despite historical and recent surge of interest in recovery among many stakeholders in the addiction field, empirical research on recovery has been limited. The varying definitions of recovery across different stakeholder groups best illustrate the wide-ranging thinking on recovery, yet how recovery is conceptualized, promoted, and achieved has important implications for how treatment… CONTINUE READING

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