Quitting Drugs Workbooks: Your Personal Recovery Plan

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These self-help workbooks are designed to help individuals who are recovering from substance abuse. Ideal for those who have used cocaine, meth, heroin, alcohol, or marijuana.

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#8196  These self-help workbooks are designed to help individuals who are recovering from substance abuse. They can be purchased in single-title sets of 10 or 100 copies. Please see the descriptions below of each title. SPECIALS: One set of 5 workbooks (one copy of each title) for $79.50; 10 sets of 5 workbooks (10 of each title) for $749.00; and 100 sets of 5 workbooks for $6,999.00 (100 of each title).
Quitting Cocaine: Your Personal Recovery Plan (Rev. Edition)
This action-focused workbook by Arnold M. Washton, Ph.D, will help you identify the people, places, and things related to your cocaine use and recognize healthy alternatives that support your recovery. When you have completed the exercises and activities in this workbook, you will have a specific, personal plan for not only staying clean but for enjoying life. 64 pages. 2008.
Quitting Meth: Your Personal Recovery Plan (Rev. Edition)
This action-focused workbook by Mark T. Sheets, M.A., C.C.D.C.R., will help you identify the people, places, and things related to your meth use and recognize healthy alternatives that support your recovery. When you have completed the exercises and activities in this workbook, you will have a specific, personal plan for not only staying clean but for enjoying life. 40 pages. 2003.
Quitting Heroin: Your Personal Recovery Plan (Rev. Edition)
This action-focused workbook by Cardwell C. Nuckols will help you identify the people, places, and things related to your meth use and recognize healthy alternatives that support your recovery. When you have completed the exercises and activities in this workbook, you will have a specific, personal plan for not only staying clean but for enjoying life. 48 pages. 2003.
Quitting Alcohol: Your Personal Recovery Plan
Does alcohol interfere with your close relationships? Do you drink to relax, relieve anxiety, or go to sleep? Do you worry about having enough alcohol for an evening or weekend? Have you tried to stop drinking but could only quit for a few days or less? This workbook helps individuals answer these and other important questions to determine if their lives have become unmanageable due to alcohol consumption. The author, Cardwell C. Nuckols, provides suggestions and written exercises for changing behaviors and attitudes, and creating a dynamic personal recovery plan. 52 pages. 2007.
Quitting Marijuana: Your Personal Recovery Plan (Rev. Edition)
By Cardwell C. Nuckols, this edition reflects the drug’s numerous pharmacological changes in the past three decades. It’s filled with tips and exercises to help clients design and action plan for recovery and to make recovery a positive experience. 40 pages. 2003.
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