The New Face of Recovery

Unlabeling Addiction as a Disease and Finding Treatments that Work
by Lucas A. Catton, CCDC
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Publisher: Xlibris US

Publication Date: June 29, 2015

ISBN: 9781453526361

Binding: Kobo eBook

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Hundreds of millions of dollars per year are wasted on ineffective treatments for addiction, while millions of people are left searching for answers - if they’re lucky to still be alive. Finding alcohol and drug rehabilitation methods that work begins with a better understanding of what addiction really is and examining how many people have been able to recover permanently, without relapse. The New Face of Recovery does this and more, such as exposing the lie that labels addiction as an incurable brain disease and outlining the common elements of all truly effective rehabilitation programs. Addiction is not hopeless. There are common sense solutions if you’re willing to look and see for yourself. This book provides real answers to this devastating problem on individual, family, community and nationwide levels. It is time for a change from what has been in place for decades to something that really works. After all, results are what matter most. Warning: This is not a book on disease. Addiction is NOT a disease.