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'I don't know where I've faced more ethical dilemmas—as an institutional review board chairman, an alcohol and drug clinical researcher, or a primary care physician—but I was pleasantly surprised and relieved to find a book that can help us all systematically find the best solutions in areas where there often seem to be no right answers.'
Richard Saitz M.D.
Boston University Schools of Medicine and Public Health and Boston Medical Center
'This book delivers on its promise: Expert, eminently useable guidance on ethical issues regarding therapeutic relationships, harm reduction, co-occurring disorders, cultural and spiritual considerations, forensics, issues with gender and age, and chronic pain.'
Howard A. Liddle, Ed.D., ABPP (Family Psychology) Professor and Director Center for Treatment Research on Adolescent Drug Abuse University of Miami Miller School Medicine
'Everyone can benefit from this judicious and compassionate consideration of ethical challenges.'
Robert L. Dupont, M.D.
First Director, National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA); President, Institute for Behavior and Health (BH), Inc.;
'A wonderful, easy-to-read, comprehensive examination of the central ethical principles that guide professionals working with addicted individuals.'
Carlo C. DiClemente, Professor of Psychology
'The Book of Ethics will increase your IQ and fill the gaps between the wide range of perspectives and practices that divide many who treat addictions.'
David Mee-Lee, M.D.
Psychiatrist and Certified in Addiction Medicine
Senior Advisor to The Change Companies