Lesson 15: Relationships and Relapse Prevention - Slide 39
Where Can You Find
The Original Research?
- References for this presentation:
- “Developing social support: How to cultivate a network of friends to help you through rough times,” Mayo Clinic.com, http://www.mayoclinic.com/printinvoker.cfm?objectid+CA7019EB-371A-425A-96F7C2.
- Pg. 20-21, “Relapse Prevention, Maintenance Strategies in The Treatment of Addictive Behaviors, Second Edition” G. Alan Marlatt and Dennis M. Donovan Editors, The Guilford Press, New York, 2005
- “Who needs social support? We all do!” Wellness Module 3: Social Support, BC Partners for Mental Health and Addictions Information, www.heretohelp.bc.ca
- Pg. 151, “The Power of Resilience, Achieving Balance, Confidence, and Personal Strength in Your Life,” Robert Brooks, PH.D. and Sam Goldstein, PH.D., Contemporary Books, New York,2003
- Pg. 154-155, 166, 181, “The Power Of Resilience, Achieving Balance, Confidence, and Personal Strength in Your Life,” Robert Brooks, PH.D. & Sam Goldstein, PH.D., Contemporary Books, New York, 2004
- Dr. Hallowell, xvi, “Connect: 12 Vital Ties That Open Your Heart, Lengthen Your Life, and Deepen Your Soul” (New York: Pantheon, 1999)
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