Alcohol (Paperback)

How to Give It Up and Be Glad You Did

By Philip Tate, PhD, Albert Ellis (Introduction by)

See Sharp Press, 9781884365102, 208pp.

Publication Date: January 1, 1996

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Description

This practical, comprehensive, and easy to use book helps alcohol abusers understand their behavior, but provides practical steps that anyone can use to solve an alcohol problem. Written by a cognitive-behavioral psychologist, this book includes chapters on overcoming low self-esteem, depression, stress, attending self-help groups, and living a better life after quitting. Each chapter contains specific self-help techniques. Recommended by SMART Recovery.


About the Author

Philip Tate, PhD, is a licensed cognitive-behavioral therapist employed by the Veterans Administration, who for the past two decades has specialized in the treatment of alcohol abuse. He is a past vice-president of SMART Recovery and a former board member of Rational Recovery.


Praise For Alcohol: How to Give It Up and Be Glad You Did

“Insightful and practical...has the potential to become a classic on the subject of substance abuse and treatment."  —SMART Recovery News & Views