View Issue >>
The ICD-10 and the DSM-5 Made Simple . . . Kind Of, Part II
I think it’s very important for us addiction counselors to have the most current and relevant information as we work with our clients. As I say many times, our clients are fighting for their lives.
Read More >>
Puppy Tails and Other Tender Mercies
Austin had been having trouble sleeping for the last three months when his mother, a patient of mine, brought him to my clinic. She thought he was having night terrors as he would awake screaming with fear in his eyes.
Abstinence‐based treatment, derived from the Minnesota model of addiction treatment, is based on the concept that addiction is a disease, and the belief that through counseling and continued support, addicted people can recover as long as they maintain lifelong abstinence from drugs or alcohol (Spicer, 1993).
Featured In This Issue of Counselor Magazine
An Abstinence-Based Model for Eating Disorders
Experiential Approaches to Increase Engagement in Adolescents
Harm Reduction for Adolescents
Interview: Claudia Black, PhD
JSAT: Treatment Outcomes for A-CRA Participants
Trauma Model Therapy for Traumatized Adolescents
I’ve come to the conclusion that spirituality, for many people, is the “Next Frontier,” moving beyond the confines of a structured religious experience into a more comprehensive and inclusive understanding of our relationship with God.
Beyond the Good-Girl Jail: When You Dare to Live From Your True Self by Sandra Felt, LCSW
Sandra Felt, a board-certified diplomate in clinical social work, has had more than thirty years of experience in dealing with trauma and discovering the true self. In Beyond the Good-Girl Jail: When You Dare to Live From Your True Self, Felt teaches women how to break free from the expectations of others and from the pressure to be “good” to find their true selves and live the life that’s right for them.
U.S. Journal Training
If you had an account on the old Counselor website, you will need to Register for a new account.
Please Sign In:
If you had an account on the old CounselorMagazine.com website, you will need to register for a new account. We will look up your subscription information during the registration process.
Sign me up for my free account!