|Author:||Joseph Nowinski Ph.D.,Robert Doyle M.D.|
|Title:||Almost Alcoholic: Is My (or My Loved One's) Drinking a Problem? (The Almost Effect)|
|Format:||rtf txt mbr lit|
|ePUB size:||1159 kb|
|FB2 size:||1343 kb|
|DJVU size:||1135 kb|
|Category:||Addiction and Recovery|
|Publisher:||Hazelden Publishing (February 22, 2012)|
The Almost Effect) by Joseph Nowinski P. The stories in Almost Alcoholic are so powerful. I just loved this book!" - -Jeanne Segal, PhD, psychologist and founder of HelpGuide. Insightful and self-reflective, Almost Alcoholic provides readers with an important opportunity to look within and consider the nature of their own relationship with alcohol. -Ryan M. Travia, . d. Harvard University Health Services. A stunning achievement. Almost Alcoholic is one in a series of "Almost" books. If you think you have a drinking problem or are looking to understand the nuances of alcohol abuse, this book is certainly helpful.
In Almost Alcoholic, Dr. Doyle and Dr. Nowinski give the facts and guidance needed to address this often unrecognized and devastating condition. They provide the tools to: identify and assess your patterns of alcohol use; evaluate its impact on your relationships, work, and personal well-being; develop strategies and goals for changing the amount and frequency of alcohol use; measure the results of applying these strategies; and make informed decisions about your next steps. The Almost Effect™ Series presents books written by Harvard Medical School faculty and other experts who offer guidance.
Personal Name: Nowinski, Joseph. Uniform Title: Almost effect series. Rubrics: Alcoholism Prevention.
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The Almost Effect was developed at Harvard Medical School in collaboration with many experts from Harvard Medical School, Hazelden and other institutions. Every day, millions of people drink a beer or two while watching a game, shake a cocktail at a party with friends, or enjoy a glass of wine with a good meal. For more than 30 percent of these drinkers, alcohol has begun to have a negative impact on their everyday lives.
Joseph Nowinski, P. is an internationally recognized clinical psychologist and author. com and read his articles and blogs on the Huffington Post, TheFix, and Psychology Today web sites. He has held positions as Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at the University of California San Francisco School of Medicine, and Associate Adjunct Professor of Psychology at the University of Connecticut. Co-published by Harvard Health Publications and Hazelden Publications in April 2012. SAYING GOODBYE: A Guide to Coping with a Loved One's Terminal Illness. Co-authored with Dr. Barbara Okun, Published by Penguin Books, 2011. Published in paperback, 2012.
Determine if your drinking is a problem, develop strategies for curbing your intake, and measure your progress with this practical, engaging guide to taking care of yourself. That's my other problem with this book, i Part of a new series about continuums of behaviour, and one I had high hopes for. I found the writing dry (hey, see what I did there?) and the constant repetition of the title description maddening. They provide the tools to: - identify and assess your patterns of alcohol use; - evaluate its impact on your relationships, work, and personal well-being; - develop strategies and goals for changing the amount and frequency of alcohol use; - measure the results of applying these strategies; and - make informed decisions about your next steps. The Almost Effect Series presents books written by Harvard Medical School faculty and other experts who offer.