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The Whole Person Recovery HandbookPioneering book on empowered recovery, encouraging addicts to take an active part in their recovery. “It is acceptance of one’s own ordinariness and regular human dimensions that seems to be a key resource in recovery from the affliction of addiction” The idea of recovery is that people learn to live with the past and with their imperfections, and find positive steps forward that work for them. Whole Person Recovery (WPR) aims to co-design treatment with the addict, build ‘recovery capital’ and …

Hope, Help, and Healing for Eating Disorders: A Whole-Person Approach to Treatment of Anorexia, Bulimia, and Disordered EatingHeal your relationship with food. Eating disorders and disordered eating ravage and consume too many lives.  In this powerful book for individuals suffering from eating disorders—as well as those wanting to help—Dr. Gregory Jantz comes alongside his readers with a well-tested and successful approach that addresses the emotional, relational, physical, and spiritual dimensions of healing from an eating disorder.  Topics include:    • Five often-overlooked nutritional keys to recovery…

The Binge Eating and Compulsive Overeating Workbook: An Integrated Approach to Overcoming Disordered Eating (The New Harbinger Whole-Body Healing Series) Some people use food to calm themselves when they feel overwhelmed. Others find it difficult to discern between eating out of hunger and eating out of habit. There are nearly as many reasons why people overeat as there are reasons to stop. While overeating can often bring comfort in the short term, it can lead to feelings of guilt later on. If you feel like you’re caught in a cycle of unhealthy eating that you can’t stop, this workbook can help you overcome it. In The Binge Eating and Compulsiv…

Drugs and the Whole PersonDRUGS AND THE WHOLE PERSON expresses the writers’ beliefs that people use or abuse drugs and that these people are part of a larger whole; drugs cannot properly be the focus of such issues, but the individuals themselves must be. The authors feel that drug use is too frequently mistaken for drug abuse, and that this mislabeling is often the root of failures of programs designed to deal with the real problems. This book is an overview of drugs in the most general sense. Topic include the followin…

Drugs? Suicide?: With The Bear Family (HEALING THE WHOLE PERSON Modified for young people Book 8)Join in with The Bear Family as Jane, Billy and John learn about Drugs and Suicide.The Bear family were walking along a path. Ferns and moss covered trees are along the way. “Why do people take drugs?” John asked.Nanna said: “Often because someone offered them some at a party. They were probably told: ‘It’s OK. It will not hurt you. Have a go.’ And the person believes them.Mumma said: “If anyone says this to you what will you say?”Jane said: “I do not have to do anything I do n…

The Substance Abuse & Recovery Workbook - Self-Assessments, Exercises & Educational HandoutsReproducible Self-Assessments, Substance Abuse Worksheets, Exercises and Educational Handouts The Substance Abuse and Recovery Workbook contains self-assessments, substance abuse worksheets, exploratory mental health group activities, reflective journaling exercises and educational handouts all reproducible to help participants discover their habitual and ineffective methods of managing substance abuse, and to explore new ways for bringing about healing. The book contains five sections: Substan…

The BEAR FAMILY and LADY CAT (HEALING THE WHOLE PERSON modified for yung people Book 7)Foster Children may like to read this book.Jane, Billy and John are visiting their Nanna and Grandad Bears.Grandad Bear is in the garden. He is trying to get rid of some vines that are growing over the fence. It has a beautiful blue flower. He says: “It chokes all the trees and bushes around it, so I better get rid of it.” “It’s a bit like people taking drugs. They do not realise that they are doing something that will harm them, but then the blue flower comes out and they find that the…

Beyond Therapy, Beyond Science: A New Model for Healing the Whole PersonThis book recounts the author’s personal and professional journey as a therapist and her movement beyond therapy. She argues that the dominant scientific and psychotherapeutic worldviews perpetuate the addictive processes they seek to cure, and she describes, for the first time in writing, her living process work – the unique model she has devised for healing addictions. Finally, she presents a new theory culled from the theoretical and philosophical issues that have emerged from her journey and…

Free to Care: Therapy for the Whole Family of Concerned Persons (#1292B)This pamphlet is for people who are emotionally involved with addicts, chemical dependent individuals and about what these people can do to save themselves. The family’s struggle to control the addict’s behavior or somehow escape from the consequences of his/her behavior begins to govern the family’s whole life-style. As the family struggle to cope, typically they become bound up in a destructive pattern of recurring, predictably bad situations. The pamphlet describes how famlies are involved, h…