Learning the Language of Addiction Counseling
Learning the Language of Addiction Counseling, ThirdEdition introduces students to the field of addictioncounseling and helps them develop the knowledge, understanding, andskills needed to counsel people who are caught in the destructivecycle of addiction.
Drawing from her years of experience working in theaddiction-counseling field, Geri Miller provides a balancedoverview of the major theoretical underpinnings and clinicalpractices in the field, covering all of the essentials—fromassessment and diagnosis of addiction to preparing forcertification and licensure as an addiction professional.
Fully revised and expanded, the Third Edition offers apositive, practice-oriented counseling framework and features:
Revised chapters reflecting important changes in the field
New chapters on "Spirituality and Addiction Counseling" and"Pain and Substance Abuse"
New case studies, interactive exercises, and suggested readingand resources at the end of each chapter
"Personal Reflections" sections in each chapter illustrating theauthor's evolving views of addiction counseling
New online Instructor's Manual containing PowerPoint®slides, test bank questions, and syllabi
Title: Learning the Language of Addiction Counseling
Author: Geri Miller
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