Alcohol and the Family: Research and Clinical Perspectives
R. Lorraine Collins, Kenneth E. Leonard, John Steven Searles
Guilford Publications, 16 feb. 1990 - 386 páginas
Presenting the work of distinguished investigators who have made significant contributions to this area of research, the volume is organized into three sections: Genetics of Alcoholism, underscoring direct implications and practical applications for family issues; Family Processes, including chapters in which the interrelationship between alcoholism and different family processes are explored; and Treatment, providing a comprehensive review of the range of research and clinical issues related to family-oriented interventions.
This timely collection should provide a valuable resource for both researchers and clinicians who have an interest in alcoholism and/or family-related issues, as well as mental health professionals working with this population.
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