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While there is a wealth of material available for the treatment of substance abuse, most of the information is based on research focused on men-not women. Helping Women Recover is specifically designed to meet the unique needs of substance abusing women. Created for use with women's groups in a variety of correctional settings, Helping Women Recover offers mental health ...
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While there is a wealth of material available for the treatment of substance abuse, most of the information is based on research focused on men-not women. Helping Women Recover is specifically designed to meet the unique needs of substance abusing women. Created for use with women's groups in a variety of correctional settings, Helping Women Recover offers mental health professionals, corrections personnel, and program administrators the tools they need to implement this highly effective program.
"An important contribution to the tools available to corrections personnel in working with women with addictions. With its superb Facilitator's Guide it provides a unique, comprehensive, and realistic approach to recovery. It fills a huge gap in the criminal justice system by offering a framework for gender-specific programming. As part of a drug and alcohol treatment program in prisons, jails, and community corrections, it will significantly aid staff in presenting material in an appropriate and sensitive manner."—Martin F. Horn, secretary of corrections, Department of Corrections, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
"A clear and comprehensive guide. Covington provides addiction professionals with a precise and detailed curriculum based on her knowledge, caring, and years of experience addressing the special needs of addicted women."—Monessa Overby, vice president, clinical services, Betty Ford Center
"An excellent tool for integrating women's issues with relapse prevention therapy. Helping Women Recover is practical and easy to use and helps guideclinicians to work on the deeper recovery issues with addicted women."—Terence T. Gorski, founder, clinical director, National Relapse Prevention Certification School
"A comprehensive, practical, and extraordinarily valuable guide for anyone involved in creating, implementing, or facilitating women's treatment programs."—Janet L. Surrey, founding scholar, Jean Baker Miller Training Institute, Stone Center, Wellesley College
"Practitioners, researchers, and institutional- and community-based staff will benefit from reading and applying the theoretical and practical perspectives of Helping Women Recover. Frankly, it is refreshing to read information of this caliber that is based on experiences of working with women offenders."—Mary V. Leftridge Byrd, superintendent, Department of Corrections, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
"For the first time, Stephanie Covington's Helping Women Recover addresses the real issues underlying female criminality. The curriculum is based on sound theories about women's psychosocial development and experiences and is designed for a variety of criminal justice settings. The curriculum is restorative in nature, providing meaningful ways for each woman to find her own 'right path'."—Anne McDiarmid, criminal justice consultant, St. Paul, Minnesota