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7 Weeks to Safe Social Drinking

Author : Donna J. Cornett
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Based on the revolutionary Drink/Link Moderate Drinking Program, this book teaches drinkers to modify their drinking habits, reduce alcohol consumption and prevent alcoholism on their own at home - no meetings, belief in a higher power or profess- ional help are required! First, you learn five safe-drinking guidelines, then each week you learn clinically- proven behavioral, cognitive, motivational and lifestyle strategies and technqiues to stay within those guidelines. Beating alcohol craving, pacing your drinking, mastering the art of social drinking and learning from drinking "mistakes" are all covered. 7 Weeks to Safe Social Drinking is a breakthrough for drinkers, alcohol abuse and healthcare professionals and an attractive early treatment program to prevent alcohol abuse.

Moderate Drinking My Way

Author : Donna J. Cornett M. a.
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Moderate Drinking My Way is the first female-friendly, drug-free moderate drinking program for any woman who wants a take it or leave it attitude about alcohol. It empowers you to drink less, improve your drinking habits, prevent alcoholism and dig deeper to resolve women-specific problems that drive you to drink. It's more than just an alcohol program, it's a lifestyle program that promotes a moderate drinking mindset and way of life - so you drink less naturally and live your life to the fullest!

Moderate Drinking Made Easy Workbook

Author : Donna Jo Cornett
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Think and act like a moderate drinker with this revolutionary workbook that offers simple before drinking, during drinking and after drinking tips and exercises to control drinking and reduce alcohol craving and consumption. It's not a program, but a drinker-friendly collection of strategies and techniques empowering you to make alcohol less important in your life, conquer alcohol craving, control your thinking while drinking, learn when and how to say no to that next drink, identify your drinking style and how to change it and much more!

Overcoming Your Alcohol Drug Recovery Habits

Author : James DeSena
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Recognizing that an addiction to 12-step programs can be just as dangerous as an addiction to alcohol or drugs, this book provides techniques to counter the self-defeating beliefs that lead to addiction. It enables those who have gone through Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, and formal 12-step addiction treatments to overcome the self-destructive beliefs and attitudes that these programs promote. These include the idea that addicts and alcoholics are powerless, the belief that addiction is an incurable disease, the assertion that people who slip inevitably lose control, and the notion that those who reject the 12-step approach are doomed. Devoted to helping individuals indoctrinated in 12-step dogma recognize their destructiveness, this book provides effective psychological techniques to vanquish negative thinking and help individuals regain control of their lives.

Practicing Alcohol Moderation

Author : Cyndi Turner
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Practicing Alcohol Moderation is designed to be used by clients of behavioral health care providers who have utilized The Clinician’s Guide to Alcohol Moderation. This groundbreaking workbook can be used on its own or in conjunction with therapy, and additionally as a resource for family members whose loved ones are struggling with alcohol. It gives transparent, easy-to-follow, research-based explanations with questionnaires, checklists, quizzes, and worksheets. Each chapter begins with a brief overview and is interspersed with exercises and client experiences, combining research-based information with practical self-assessments, tools, and questions to answer to practice alcohol moderation. Readers can take the Alcohol Moderation Assessment to determine their likelihood of success in practicing alcohol moderation. The book provides the resources to create a personalized Alcohol Moderation Plan and suggests ways to manage its success for clinicians and general audiences alike.

The Clinician s Guide to Alcohol Moderation

Author : Cyndi Turner
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The Clinician’s Guide to Alcohol Moderation examines alcohol use around the world and teaches a range of behavioral health care providers how to help clients practice alcohol moderation. Excavating the current treatments available for alcohol moderation, the book offers step-by-step processes of engaging clients and their families, self-assessments, and alcohol moderation tools. In addition to using it in conjunction with Practicing Alcohol Moderation: A Comprehensive Workbook, readers would benefit from the Alcohol Moderation Assessment which predicts who may be able to successfully drink in moderation as well as developing and monitoring an Alcohol Moderation Plan. The text uses recognized alcohol moderation resources throughout the world as well as real-life case studies to address typical clinician, client, and family member questions. It challenges the traditional recommendation that drinkers experiencing problems are “alcoholics.” This guide is a resource for all who overdrink or know people who struggle with their alcohol use. Through its medium, a broad range of health care providers receive a step-by-step process on how to practice alcohol moderation, how to put tools into practice, case examples, and answers to the most commonly asked questions.

Responsible Drinking

Author : Frederick Rotgers
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Written by leaders of the Moderation Management movement, Responsible Drinking helps readers define the level of their alcohol use and decide whether moderation or abstinence is the best approach to recovery. Resources and personal stories are included that help readers determine if they are problem drinkers and what can be done about it. 30 worksheets are included.

Help Them Beat The Booze

Author : Edmund Tirbutt
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This sensitive and accessible guide speaks directly to those who know what it is like to know or love a problem drinker and want to help them recover. With case studies throughout and advice based on in-depth research into alcohol addiction and the authors' personal experiences, Help Them Beat the Booze offers reassurance and practical guidance, including: *Understanding alcohol addiction *How to communicate with a problem drinker *Practical steps to help the drinker and yourself recover *A guide to the treatments available, including exciting but little-known new methods *How to protect your children and minimize the impact on their lives in the future Life with a problem drinker can be challenging but, wherever you live in the world, with the help of this practical guide you can offer support and advice and find reasons to be hopeful. Praise for previous work Beat the Booze by Edmund and Helen Tirbutt: ‘One of the most constructive, practical books on alcohol I’ve seen’ Mail on Sunday

The Employee Assistance Handbook

Author : James M. Oher
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This book, edited by a member of the ETHS class of 1966, presents a review of the best practices in Employee Assistance Programs.

The 30 Second Commute

Author : Stephanie Dickison
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Exploring the downfalls of being a freelance writer, this cautionary tale explains what happens when one becomes self-employed, celebrating cubicle-free living through a brilliant comic narrative on the real-life ups and downs of a full-time writer. For more than a decade Stephanie Dickison had been successfully publishing features and articles while working a full-time job. But in December 2005 she left the secure world of 9 to 5, opting to write freelance in order to pay the bills and hoping to finish a manuscript that was close to five years old. With valuable insights about time management, networking with magazines and newspapers, as well as conducting celebrity interviews and writing feature articles, this valuable resource will inspire many industrious dreamers to take that long-delayed leap and become their own boss.

Cumulative Book Index

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A world list of books in the English language.

Esquire

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Forthcoming Books

Author : Rose Arny
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American Book Publishing Record

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Who s Who in America

Author : Who's Who Publishing
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Management of Drinking Problems

Author : Peter Anderson
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Presents a strategy for prevention and management of alcohol problems in primary care. Examines the part played by alcohol in communities and individuals' lives and discusses social encouragements and discouragements to drinking. Suggests a structure for ascertaining and categorizing alcohol-related risks for individuals seen in primary care and ways of informing, advising and helping people in different categories.

British Journal of Hospital Medicine

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alcohol safety public informatino campaigns seminar no 1

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Who s Who in the West 1998 1999

Author : Marquis Who's Who Staff
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20 Common Problems in Preventive Health Care

Author : Douglas Campos-Outcalt
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Addresses all aspects of preventive medicine--risk assessment, risk reduction, screening, and immunization-chemoprophylaxis--as it applies to patients of all ages. Prevention problems are presented by age group and include: lead poisoning, newborn metabolic screening, and Anemia in infants and children; STD diagnosis, treatment, and prevention in teens; and diabetes screening, Pap smears, prostate cancer screening, alchohol and drug abuse, and coronary artery disease in adults.