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A Woman's Way through the Twelve Steps Set
By nationally recognized expert Stephanie Covington, A Woman's Way through the Twelve Steps is a proven effective, gender-responsive approach to helping women find serenity through the Twelve Steps.
Collection set: 1 Softcover Book, 264 pages, 1 Workbook, 104 pages
Drop the Rock-Bundle
Purchase the Drop the Rock bundle and get two of the best-selling, most read recovery resources at a discount!
Two Softcover books, 5 3/8 x 8 3/8, 248 pp.
Staying Sober Workbook
Staying Sober covers fundamental strategies and a number of useful techniques for preventing relapse.
Workbook, 272 pages
A Woman's Addiction Workbook
Your guide to in-depth healing
This supportive, strength-based workbook helps women explore underlying factors of their addiction, identify addictive life patterns, and embark on the journey of recovery.
Workbook, 195 pp.
The Little Red Book Collection
Collection includes The Little Red Book, which has helped recovering alcoholics understand the purpose of the Twelve Steps and the wisdom they contain, as well as The Little Red Book Study Guide.
It's Not As Bad As You Think Pkg of 10
Part of the Hazelden Classics for Clients series, this pamphlet helps clients understand how to respond to difficult situations without getting upset.
One package of 10 pamphlets
Assertiveness Facilitator's Guide
Practical Skills For Positive Communication
Help clients learn the winning formula for effective communication. Covers the four basic communication styles with an emphasis on assertiveness.
Facilitator's Guide, 68 pp.
A New Day A New Life Journal and DVD
A Guided Journal
A steadfast companion for those facing the challenges and joys of early recovery. DVD features best-selling author William Cope Moyers and a diverse group of people in recovery.
Softcover Journal, 432 pp., and DVD, 25 min., cc.
Making the Little Black Book Limited Edition
Inside the Working Manuscript of Twenty-Four Hours a Day
For the first time ever, Richmond Walker's original working manuscript of Twenty-Four Hours a Day is made public, so readers can see firsthand what went into making what the recovery community calls the Little Black Book.