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Preventing relapse in a twelve step program of recovery. (Part 2 of 2) [electronic resource].

Publication:
[Washington, D.C.] : American Psychological Association, 2011.
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Video
1 streaming video file (43 min., 56 sec.)
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Other Title:
APA PsycTHERAPY.
Subjects:
Alcoholism -- Relapse -- Prevention.
Drug abuse -- Relapse -- Prevention.
Twelve-step programs.
Cognitive therapy.
Medical subjects:
Alcoholism -- psychology.
Substance-Related Disorders -- psychology.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
Form/Genre:
Documentary films.
System Details:
Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Summary:
In a second session with Dr. G. Alan Marlatt, the client--who is about to celebrate 7 years of being clean and sober--discusses his life prior to coming into the program of recovery in Alcoholics Anonymous. The client also discusses recovery as a "process" in which any member of a 12-Step Program cannot afford to become complacent and consider him- or herself "cured" of the disease of alcoholism/drug abuse. The client also talks about anger issues common among recovering alcoholics and drug abusers. The client is employed in the recovery field, and he still does "Twelfth Step work" for friends and others who may still be suffering from addiction to drugs and/or alcohol.
Contributor:
Marlatt, G. Alan.
American Psychological Association. , Distributor
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