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NOW ON DVD
This popular series by Jan Black, Terence T. Gorski, and Daniel J. McEachern is now on DVD. The 1987 release of this program has been re-mastered with a Dolby Digital 2.0 soundtrack and a fresh new look.
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This Grief Journal is for anyone who has recently lost a significant, close relationship with a family member, partner, or friend as a result of death. It will help your client understand the stages of grief, the inner and outer worlds of grief, and strategies to manage the grief.
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This recording of a 1987 presentation in San Diego, CA, is a Terry Gorski classic! Using a generous mix of humor and self-disclosure, Gorski describes different levels at which relationships operate.
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Straight Talk means giving clear, honest, and plain-English descriptions of important issues related to addiction, recovery, relapse prevention, and responsible living.  

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Many people mistakenly believe that relapse is an inevitable part of recovery but theyre wrong! Relapse can be prevented. Its as easy as adding some special skills to the recovery tool kit. Relapse prevention methods have become widely accepted and effective. However, two mistaken beliefs about relapse prevention persist in the minds of people. The first is that relapse prevention needs to
come at the end of initial treatment; and the second is that relapse prevention
should be reserved only for people who have attempted recovery and returned to
addictive use. This workbook is designed to challenge these mistaken beliefs.

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