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Number of Pages: 221
Vendor: FT Press
Publication Date: 2011
Availability: In Stock
Understanding and Counseling Persons with Alcohol, Drug and Behavioral AddictionsHoward ClinebellAbingdon Press / 1998 / Trade Paperback$32.99 Retail:
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Freedom from Addiction: Breaking the Bondage of Addiction and Finding Freedom in ChristNeil T. AndersonGospel Light / 1997 / Trade Paperback$14.99 Retail:4.5 Stars Out Of 5 2 Reviews
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Save Me From Myself: How I Found God, Quit Korn, Kicked Drugs and Lived to Tell My Story, SoftcoverBrian Head WelchHarperOne / 2008 / Trade Paperback$9.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 8 Reviews
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Hidden Addictions: A Pastoral Response to the Abuse of Legal DrugsBridget Clare McKeeverThe Haworth Press / 1998 / Trade Paperback$15.81 Retail:
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Addiction destroys lives. In The Addicted Brain, leading neuroscientist Michael Kuhar, Ph.D., explains how and why this happensand presents advances in drug addiction treatment and prevention. Using breathtaking brain imagery and other research, Kuhar shows the powerful, long-term brain changes that drugs can cause, revealing why it can be so difficult for addicts to escape their grip.
Discover why some people are far more susceptible to addiction than others as the author illuminates striking neural similarities between drugs and other pleasures potentially capable of causing abuse or addictionincluding alcohol, gambling, sex, caffeine, and even Internet overuse. Kuhar concludes by outlining the 12 characteristics most often associated with successful drug addiction treatment.
Authoritative and easy to understand, The Addicted Brain offers todays most up-to-date scientific explanation of addictionand what addicts, their families, and society can do about it.