Counseling Addicted Families: An Integrated Assessment and Treatment Model

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Taylor & Francis, Jun 12, 2006 - Psychology - 240 pages
In Counseling Addicted Families, Gerald A. Juhnke and William Bryce Hagedorn recognize that even those treatment providers who understand the importance of the familial context of addiction are often stymied by the variety of family treatment theories and their often imperfect fit for cases of addiction. In this book, Juhnke and Hagedorn provide a truly integrated model for assessment and treatment. Based upon the authors’ combined twenty-three years of experience in clinical and treatment supervision, the Integrated Family Addictions Model consists of six progressive treatment tiers which organize the relevant family treatment theories into a graduated and coherent sequence, beginning with the briefest and least costly forms of therapy.

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Gerald A. Juhnke, Ph.D., is Professor and Director of the doctoral program at The University of Texas at San Antonio.


William Bryce Hagedorn, Ph.D., is Assistant Professor of Counselor Education, Department of Educational and Psychological Studies, Florida International University.

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