The course/text looks at the processes of attachment that frequently result in addiction and examines the relationship between addiction and spiritual awareness.
The course will provide valuable tools in the therapist's ability to help parents set healthy limits, realistic consequences, and to be loving and caring while establishing these rules.
Boundaries is the seminal text on getting one's life under control.
Ernest Becker received the Pulitzer Prize for this work in 1974, two months after his death from colon cancer at age 49.
The book expresses Becker's view of humankind's evolution of thought.
Drawing on his experience as a psychiatrist working with the chemically dependent, May emphasizes that addiction represents an attempt to assert complete control over ones life.
The Addictions Recovery Workbook provides a diversity of exercises clinicians can assign to facilitate healing, discussion and accountability.
This is an excellent source for innovative strategies connecting the everyday world of clients with Christian principles and Scripture.
This creative, time-saving guide assists therapists in helping clients achieve therapy goals through professionally sound exercises while maintaining a positive, supportive connection with Christian beliefs. Peter Sheras and Phyllis Koch-Sheras introduce the Couple Power Therapy model, an exciting new approach in which partners co-create a unified vision for their relationship.
The 'brain' models are constructed of cellular structures and chemical networks.