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|The Complete Idiot's Guide to Changing Old Habits for Good
Ph.D., G. Alan Marlatt
Written from a high-level perspective using current examples, this one-of-a-kind guide helps readers separate good habits from bad,
|Feeling Good: The New Mood Therapy Revised and Updated
David D. Burns
The good news is that anxiety, guilt, pessimism, procrastination, low self-esteem, and other "black holes" of depression can be cured
|Relapse Prevention, Second Edition: Maintenance Strategies in the Treatment of Addictive Behaviors
G. Alan Marlatt PhD
This important work elucidates why relapse is so common for people recovering from addictive
|The Feeling Good Handbook
By David D. Burns
In this long-awaited sequel, Dr. David Burns reveals powerful new techniques and provides step-by-step exercises that help you cope with the full range of everyday
|Managing Addictions: Cognitive, Emotive, And Behavioral Techniques
F. Michler Bishop
Addressing not only substance abuse, but also shopping, eating, gambling, and sexual behaviors, the book considers such issues as
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Topics include dealing with alcohol and drug addiction, alcoholism, relapse prevention, self-help techniques, non 12-step approaches to recovery, rational emotive behavioral therapy, and recovery principles.
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From the Blog:
- 08-22-2014The National SMART Recovery® website has published its Summer 2014 Newsletter. We encourage anyone interested in SMART Recovery® to download the full newsletter as a PDF using the link below. Inside this issue of News & Views: A love story 4-Point Program Thoughts on hope and change Exercise your power of choice by attending SMART’s 2014 Annual Conference Call for nominations: The Joseph Gerstein Special Award for Exemplary Service to SMART Recovery Become a…
- 04-07-2014The National SMART Recovery® website has published its Spring 2014 Newsletter. We encourage anyone interested in SMART Recovery® to download the full newsletter as a PDF using the link below. Inside this issue of News & Views: Passion and hard work x 2 equals SMART Success 4-Point Program Meeting Joe Gerstein ‘I’m from’ SMART Volunteer Month: training scholarships available Celebrating 20 years: SMART Recovery 2014 Annual Conference Wanted:…
- 11-12-2010An article in Psychology Today illustrates commonalities between procrastination and addiction. In the process the article gives a very high-level introduction to some of the SMART tools. Excerpt from Psychology Today: Why would smart people abuse themselves by uncontrolled consumption of alcohol or illicit substances? Do they not see the harm? The answer is sometimes yes and sometimes no. Some see the danger and fall prey to the "unstated agenda trap" where they say they want to quit,…