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Counseling the Addicted Family: Implications for Practitioners

Counseling the Addicted Family: Implications for Practitioners

Book-Counseling001Counseling the Addicted Family: Implications for Practitioners was edited by Stephanie Lusk, who also was an author for six chapters of the book. The textbook, published by Aspen Professional Services, focuses on the interplay between people with substance use disorders and their families.

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