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|EAN / ISBN-13||9780387712864|
|Inhaltsverzeichnis||Introduction 1. The phenomenon of self-change: Overview and key issues Linda Carter Sobell 2. Self-change from alcohol and drug abuse: Often cited classics Jan Blomqvist 3. Natural recovery or recovery without treatment from alcohol and drug problems as seen from survey data Reginald G. Smart 4. Remission without formal help: New directions in studies using survey data Hans-Jürgen Rumpf, Gallus Bischof, and Ulrich John 5. Natural recovery from alcohol and drug problems: A methodological review of the literature from 1999 through 2005 José Luis Carballo, José Ramón Fernández-Hermida, Roberto Secades-Villa, Linda Carter Sobell, Mariam Dum, and Olaya García-Rodríguez 6. Self-Change 6.1 Self-change: The rule among smokers Stephanie Flöter and Christoph Kröger 6.2 Natural recovery from problem gambling Tony Toneatto and Jachen C. Nett 6.3 The natural course and outcome of eating disorders and obesity Janet Polivy 6.4 Spontaneous desistance from crime Jukka-Pekka Takala 6.5 Self-Change from Stuttering: An overview Patrick Finn 7. One way to leave your lover: The role of treatment in changing addictive behaviors Mark B. Sobell 8. Promoting self-change: Taking the treatment to the community Linda Carter Sobell and Mark B. Sobell 9. Hostile and favorable societal climates for self-change: Some lessons for policy makers Harald Klingemann and Justyna Klingemann 10. Natural recovery: A cross-cultural perspective Judith C. Barker and Geoffrey Hunt 11. Self-change toolbox: Tools, tips, websites, and other informational resources for assessing and promoting self-change Andrew Voluse, Joachim Körkel, and Linda Carter Sobell|
|Hauptbeschreibung||One of the few books on the topic, this updated edition offers alternatives to disease models of addiction by exploring personal pathways to recovery. Focusing on alcohol and drug problems, it provides a literature review of 40 years of studies on self-change with particular emphasis on the current decade and methodological issues (starting with how much or how little treatment constitutes "treatment"). The 24 experts keep the coverage consistently readable, and dozens of brief narratives from individuals who have successfully recovered from an addictive behavior without formal help lend valuable personal perspectives.|