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The Pocket Guide to the DSM-5
the DSM-5 is a comprehensive diagnostic tool that creates a common language for health care professionals involved in the diagnosis of mental disorders.
Paperback, 4.2 X 8.1, 281 pp
This book is the story of an AA traveler, who set out after the 2010 World Convention of AA in San Antonio, Texas, to visit AA meetings, conventions, tourist spots and out-of-the-way places in over 50 countries ending up in the USA for the 2015 World Convention of AA in Atlanta, Georgia.
15 1/4" x 11", hardbound, 600 pgs.
Young Men's Work Facilitator's Guides
Stopping Violence and Building Community
These facilitator's guides, essential to the Young Men's Work program, help you guide at-risk young men ages 14-19 in exploring healthy relationships, self-destructive behavior, alcohol and drug abuse, being allies to young women, and community responsibility.
26-session guide, 176 pp.
From the Inside Out Facilitator's Guide
Taking Personal Responsibility for the Relationships in Your Life
A course to help clients learn to take responsibility for and understand the importance of relationships.
Facilitator's Guide, 128 pp.
Abused Boys Wounded Men Facilitator's Guide
with Earnie Larsen
This realistic and popular curriculum by nationally know author and lecturer Earnie Larsen helps male criminal offenders Identify the root cause their behaviors and heal.
Facilitator's Guide, 64 pp.
Desk Reference to the Diagnostic Criteria from DSM-5(TM)
The Desk Reference to the Diagnostic Criteria From DSM-5® is a concise, affordable companion to the ultimate psychiatric reference, DSM-5®. It includes the fully revised diagnostic classification, as well as all of the diagnostic criteria from DSM-5® in an easy-to-use paperback format.
4.5 x 6.7, Spiral, 443 pgs.
The Family Recovery Program
A Professional's Guide for Treating Families of Alcoholics and Addicts, Second Edition
The Family Recovery Program/i details a structured, evidence-based approach to working with the families of addicts. Grounded in the Twelve Step Facilitation model, The Family Recovery Program is an ideal component to Hazelden Publishing's Twelve Step Facilitation program.
Manual 278 pp., and CD-ROM