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Critical Incidents in Addictions Counseling
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  • Gerald Junhke
  • Virginia A. Kelly, Fairfield University
  • Tracey Robert, Fairfield University
  • J. J. Carroll
Role

Co-editors: Gerald Junhke, Virginia Kelly

Co-authors: Tracey Robert, J.J. Carroll

Document Type
Book
Description/Summary

Virginia Kelly is a co-editor of this monograph.

Tracey Robert is a contributing co-author, "Women's Issues in Addictions."

Book description: This invaluable case-focused text explores the challenges and opportunities of working with clients struggling with addiction. The incidents depicted not only examine the client’s history and treatment, but also raise key questions for discussion. Leading practitioners in the field analyze each incident and respond with revealing observations and recommendations about counselor conduct and client treatment, which help to determine best practices in the field. The addiction-related concerns of women, ethnically diverse clients, adolescents, older adults, gamblers, and court-mandated clients are discussed in detail, as are the intricacies of family addictions, group interventions, and incorporating spirituality into addictions counseling.

Disciplines
ISBN
9781556202544
Publication Date
1-1-2005
Publication Information

Junhke, Gerald, & Kelly, Virginia A. (Eds.). Critical Incidents in Addictions Counseling. Alexandria, VA: American Counseling Association, 2005.

and

Robert, Tracey, & Carroll, J. J. (2005). "Women’s Issues in Addictions", In Junhke, Gerald, & Kelly, Virginia A. (Eds.). Critical Incidents in Addictions Counseling. Alexandria, VA: American Counseling Association, 2005.

Comments

Copyright 2005 American Counseling Association.

Citation Information
Gerald Junhke, Virginia A. Kelly, Tracey Robert and J. J. Carroll. Critical Incidents in Addictions Counseling. (2005)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/virginia_kelly/11/