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  • I will quit tomorrow (Practical Guide for Alcoholism Treatment) Vernon E.Johnson.
  • The Selfish Brain: Learning from Addiction: Former drug czar Dr. DuPont advocates “Tough-Love” measures to strip away the denial that allows addicts to remain trapped in their destructive habit and places them on the road to recovery. He examines treatment options, especially 12-step programs, which he believes are the most effective path to recovery. Powerful and often controversial, The Selfish Brain provides an honest examination of an insidious, destructive disease.
  • Co—dependent No More (How to Stop Controlling others & Start caring for yourself (Melody Beattie) Harper/Hazelden.
  • Healing the Shame that binds you (John Bradshaw) Learn how to recognize the many faces of shame and how to heal toxic shame and regain full possession of your life.
  • The 7 Habits of Highly effective people (Stephen R. Covey)
    Six decisions for Teenagers need to make Writer Sean Covey
  • Beyond Codependency & getting better all the times (Melody Beattie)
    Get your loved one Sober (Alternatives to Nagging, Pleading & Threatening)
  • Based on Community Reinforcement and Family Training (CRAFT) Based on the new proven Intervention Program by Robert J. Meyers & Brenda L. Wolfe.
  • Freeing Someone you love from Alcohol & other Drugs by Chandler Scot McMillin & Ronald L. Rogers.
  • The Addictive Personality (Roots/Rituals/Recovery) by Craig Nakken.
  • Psychological Assessment in Clinical Practice (A Pragmatic Guide) Editors by Michel Hersen.
  • Formulation in Psychology and Psychotherapy Making Sense of People’s Problems. Editors: Lucy Johnstone; Rudi Dallos (Formulation is attracting an increasing amount of interest in the fields of psychology, psychiatry, psychotherapy and counselling).
  • One-Minute Manager by Kenneth Blanchard.
  • Loving someone with Bipolar Disorder (Understanding & Helping your partner) by Julie A. Fast, John D. Preston, PSY.D.
  • Anger and Addiction, Breaking the Relapse Cycle: a teaching guide for professionals Jo Clancy Madison, Conn.: Psychosocial Press, 1996 (A teaching guide designed for mental health professionals working with angry, chronically relapsing alcoholics and addicts providing step-by-step instructions for developing an anger management/relapse prevention training program).

Dual-Diagnosis

e—Learning projects & an active informative
episodes in terms of particular teacher—er/ing practices:

  • Client Outcome Studies (COS).
  • Evidence-Based Electronic Library for Drugs and Addiction (EELDA).
  • Profound learner of the study of online networks on Brain imaging studies.
  • Use of stage of change (SOC) to develop an STD/HIV behavioral intervention.
  • Address the Complexities of Addiction & Recovery across the continuum of care.
  • Transferring of behavioral intervention technology to a sexually transmitted disease clinic.
  • Distribution of STD clinic patients along a stages-of-behavioral-change continuum–selected sites
  • Sharing knowledge, skills, friendships & tackling Alcohol together with the society for the study of Addiction, UK.
  • Individual & Group Counselling, Multicultural Counselling, Mental Health Complications & Adolescent Development.
  • International collaboration in addiction with www.dcaa.dk & organizing expert meetings to determine future research priorities.
  • Supporting Positive Living and Sexual Health (SPLASH); Clinicians and behavioral Counsellors risk-reduction intervention in a university-based HIV clinic.
  • Volunteer Counselling & Treatment Referrals to CARE (Clinical Addiction Research & Education) Unit including detoxification/medication management.
  • Dedicated to the advancement of knowledge, Understanding & improving recovery from Addiction by conducting Clinical Research, Collaborating & Communicating Scientific findings.
  • Developed a strong affinity with a number of individuals, families and organizations in Karachi/Lahore/Islamabad, providing a range of discreet professional services to people experiencing problems with addiction, mental ill health, organizational difficulties and family disputes.
  • CRISP (Computer Retrieval of Information on Scientific Projects) is a biomedical database system containing information on research projects and programs supported by the Department of Health and Human Services.
  • Dedicated to improving Medical practice through the immediate delivery of new clinically relevant Science to people who most urgently need to know about the Science of Alcohol, Narcotics, Drugs & Addictions.
  • E-research into Online Network’s information on risks of new drugs reporting to addiction centre’s with the current party drugs & Cannabis, policy makers and researchers & analyzing results on health risks of drugs during dance events.
  • Treatment Practitioner’s Research (The Role of Medication in Substance Use Treatment) from Boston University School of Public Health is a National Association of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counsellors; curriculum of the course focuses on helping patients understand how medications for addiction treatment can be part of a comprehensive program to help them regain control over their lives.
  • EUROPAD (European Opiate Addiction Treatment Association), is a peer- reviewed publication for professionals wanting to stay informed of research and opinion on opioid misuse treatment in Europe and around the world. A particular emphasis is on medication-assisted treatments for Opioid addiction.
  • Dedicated to improving Medical practice through the immediate delivery of new Clinically relevant Science to people who most urgently need to know about the Science of Alcohol, Narcotics, Drugs & Addictions.
  • Dedicated to the advancement of knowledge, Understanding & improving recovery from Addiction by conducting Clinical Research, Collaborating & Communicating Scientific findings.
  • Address the Complexities of Addiction & Recovery across the continuum of care.
  • Individual & Group Counselling, Multicultural Counselling, Mental Health Complications & Adolescent Development.
  • Unifying Families through Education & Services to transform lives.
  • Educating, Counselling & Monitoring in & out Patients/Addicts including Significant others on the appropriate Management of Alcoholism, Drugs, Addictions, Psychiatric Disorders & Behavioral Sciences.

With all responsibilities & demands of time, travel, work, family & human relations placed upon us in today’s competitive world, our collections & recommendations really a Big Plus to have referred to.

These Books provides understanding the Physiological basis of the Disease of Alcoholism was instrumental in relating the Post—Acute Withdrawal Symtomatology with the Relapse concepts.

These Books & Literature provides finest integration of Professional Counselling, Medical Treatment & Wisdom of Alcoholism, Narcotics, Licit / Illicit / Prescription Drugs & Addiction. We believe that these Books open an excellent way to begin to help people who are previously considered hopeless & character less.