This book details a structured, research-based approach to working with the significant others of substance abusers. The approach, called 'Unilateral Family Therapy', offers partners and family members hope not only of improving their own mental health, but also teaches how to restructure their relationship to the substance abuser in ways which could enhance the substance abuser's motivation to change and lead him or her to treatment.
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About the Author
Joseph Nowinski, Ph.D. is an internationally recognized clinical psychologist and author. View "Dr. Joe's" books on Amazon.com. You can read his blogs on the Huffington Post (http://www.huffingtonpost.com/joseph-nowinski-phd/) and the Psychology Today (www.psychologytoday.com) web sites.
Table of Contents
PART ONE: PRINCIPLES OF TWELVE-STEP FAMILY RECOVERYIntroduction How It WorksAl-Anon and Nar-Anon Facilitation and Family RecoveryOn Giving AdviceMotivating the Substance Abuser To ChangeRecovery and the Process of Group BondingGetting What You Wish For Family Issues in Early RecoveryPART TWO: FACILITATING TWELVE-STEP FAMILY RECOVERYProgram OverviewTopic One Introduction and AssessmentTopic Two Principles of Twelve-Step FellowshipsTopic Three Al-Anon and Nar-AnonTopic Four DenialTopic Five EnablingTopic Six AcceptanceTopic Seven Caring DetachmentTopic Eight SurrenderTopic Nine Termination