Helping Men Recover
A Program for Treating Addiction, Special Edition for Use in the Justice System, Facilitator's Guide
AN INSIGHTFUL, EFFECTIVE, AND CONTEMPORARY APPROACH TO ADDICTION TREATMENT FOR THOSE WHO ARE IMPACTED BY THE JUSTICE SYSTEM
In the newly revised second edition of Helping Men Recover: A Program for Treating Addiction, Special Edition for Use in the Justice System, a team of experts delivers a practical and straightforward framework to assist men struggling with substance use disorders. Targeting the four areas most consistently identified by men as triggering relapse—the self, sexuality, spirituality, and relationships—this therapeutic program has twenty-one sessions and explores topics like self-awareness and identity, the impact of family, abuse and trauma, communication, male socialization, and many more.
Readers will also find:
Three additional sessions with new exercises Comprehensive strategies for the creation of safe spaces in which men will feel comfortable expressing themselves, reflecting, and learning Information about how men experience and recover from addictions and trauma Ways to develop and learn teach the skills men need to maintain and sustain recovery from substance use disorders and live the life they want to live
An indispensable collection of exercises and other resources for men in the criminal justice system who are struggling with substance misuse. Helping Men Recover belongs on the bookshelves of social workers, clinicians, and other correctional system professionals.