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The Twelve-Step Programme to Kick Your Habit: Break Free from the Cycle of Addiction

The Twelve-Step Programme to Kick Your Habit: Break Free from the Cycle of Addiction (Paperback)

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Addiction of any kind, such as to alcohol, drugs or food, can ruin your life and seriously affect your family, friends and colleagues. Dr Robert Lefever, founder of one of the world's leading recovery centres, PROMIS, is an authority on all kinds of addiction. His experience as a counsellor and as a general medical practitioner is extensive, and his approach to treatment is based on the Twelve-Step Programme pioneered by Alcoholics Anonymous. Whether you suspect you may have a problem, or you know someone who has, The Twelve-Step Programme to Kick Your Habit will explain the roots of addiction, how to recognize the signs of dependence and how to break the cycle of abuse.

Health & WellbeingHealth & PsychologyCoping with personal problemsCoping with drug & alcohol abuseHealth & WellbeingHealth & PsychologyCoping with personal problemsCoping with eating disorders Publisher: Carlton Books Ltd Publication Date: 16/01/2014 ISBN-13: 9781780974569  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Dr Robert Lefever established the PROMIS Recovery Centre in 1986 as a specialist treatment centre dealing with all forms of addictive or compulsive behaviour, and the Counselling Centre where he headed the team of primary counsellors. Dr Lefever is a graduate of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, and has been a speaker at conferences in the UK, USA, New Zealand, Australia, Germany and Spain.

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