A HANDBOOK FOR THE TREATMENT OF ALCOHOLISM/ADDICTION, FAMILY INVOLVEMENT AND RECOVERY: Recovery is reclaiming the person you were born to be.
by Alice M. Lebron, LCSW, MSWAC, BCD Emeritus
Alcoholism, like other forms of addiction, is a complex disease, but treatment does not have to be complicated. The stigma/shame of the disease comes from the behaviors developed from the disease. These behaviors must be addressed and changed using a therapy program. Sobriety is more than abstinence and relapse prevention. Family members are severely emotionally and mentally injured and need as much treatment as the alcoholic/addict so they can become healthy persons.
A clinical social worker, author Alice M. Lebron has dedicated her career to finding and developing information to help individuals suffering from alcoholism/addiction, as well people directly affected by the disease-their families.
The author believes that recovery enables a person to become the person they were born to become, and through this book, she aims to guide you and your family down the path of change and healing, which she has been doing for more than forty years.
About the Author
Alice M. Lebron, LCSW, MSWAC, BCD Emeritus served in United States Air Force for three years before she became a social worker. She was born in Spokane, Washington and has been married for fifty-six years. She and her husband have a daughter and had a son who died five years ago. Alice currently resides in California.
(2014, Paperback, 482 pages)