6 edition of Hidden Addictions found in the catalog.
by Jason Aronson
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||272|
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Uncovering and dealing with hidden addictions would improve the practice of most health professionals and social workers. (Addiction) This book provides a much-needed resource for psychotherapists and other clinicians who have not had extensive exposure to assessment and treatment of addictions.5/5(5).
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The only book of its kind, Hidden Addictions is a concise, readable pastoral perspective on the creeping epidemic of legal drug abuse.
Its illuminating case vignettes show you the social roots of addiction and give you the spiritual and religious resources necessary to put you and your loved ones on the road to holistic by: 1.
This book addresses how addictions can be recognized more often and accurately assessed in the context of psychotherapy. Along with learning about the standard assessment instruments, the reader is introduced to methods for asking the appropriate questions and listening to the clinical dialogue for signs of a undisclosed addiction.
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I distinctly remember reading my most favorite addiction memoir ever, Drinking: A Love Story by Caroline Knapp, at age I would only read the book secretly in my room, out of fear that someone would see me reading it. In many of them, especially the fiction titles, addiction plays a role but is not necessarily the focus of the book.
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Healing Life's Hidden Addictions: Overcoming the Closet Compulsions That /5(7). The HIDDEN ADDICTION Behind Shoplifting and Other Self-defeating Behaviors is based on the premise that people dont want to make their life any harder than it is and that when they are shown who they really are as individuals and how to easily change their thinking and beliefs which are false or self-destructive, they can be guided to significantly alter their life solely5/5(1).
In HEALING LIFE'S HIDDEN ADDICTIONS, Dr. Hart explores fascinating new research on addictive behaviors and the most effective way to overcome them. Codependency, perfectionism, denial, cravings, escape from boredom, relief from chaos, the need for control, the avoidance of pain, the pursuit of pleasure--these are just a few of the topics covered/5(7).
The top 10 books about addiction Sex, food, envy, drugs, dreams and drink: addiction is never simple and rarely forgotten. SJ Watson, author of Before I. Hidden addictions. [Marilyn Freimuth] -- "Media portrayals and diagnostic criteria create an image of the addicted person as someone whose deficient coping skills and.
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The authors contend that all addictions spring from a ""genetic error"" in the metabolism of simple carbohydrates (primarily sugar, honey and white flour) plus an inherited tendency toward depression which, they say, is caused by a dysfunction of the adrenal glands.
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for more information see my 8/3/09 post on this site or my book Healing the Addicted Brain. This book explores how to break the secret-keeping habit and get the help and support needed to overcome addiction, rebuild self-esteem, and live honestly. The first half of the book explores the human tendency to keep secrets and profiles a variety of secret keepers from all walks of life and with a wide range of addictions.5/5(1).
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