The Treatment of Drinking Problems has become, over the past twenty years, the definitive text in its field. Internationally acclaimed and translated into six languages, it is the most authoritative source book for the treatment of alcohol problems for all professionals who encounter them.The concern of the occupational therapist is with the occupational and therapeutic purpose of activity, and not simply activity ... Occupational therapists, along with most of the other disciplines described here, also have a contribution to make to a ... and alcoholicsa#39; who have themselves achieved sobriety and who have felt a calling to help others who suffer as they did. ... Anonymous (NA) and their principles of working thus draw much from the Twelve Steps and the Minnesota Model.
|Title||:||The Treatment of Drinking Problems|
|Author||:||Griffith Edwards, E. Jane Marshall, Christopher C. H. Cook|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 2003-06-26|