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Table of Contents

References

References For Chapter One
Marlatt, G.A., & Gordon, J.R., (Eds.). (1985). Relapse prevention:
Maintenance Strategies in the Treatment of Addictive
Behaviours (1st edition). New York. The Guilford Press. 39.

Marlatt, G.A., & Gordon, J.R., (Eds.). (2005). Relapse Prevention:
Maintenance Strategies in the Treatment of Addictive
Behaviours (2nd edition). New York. The Guilford Press. 8-21.

Silberman, Mel & Hansburg, Freda, (2000). PeopleSmart,
Developing Your Interpersonal Intelligence. San Francisco.
Berrett-Koehler Publishers Inc. 37-39.

National Center For Chronic Disease Prevention and Health
Promotion. (1996). Physical Activity and Health, A Report of
the Surgeon General. Chapter 4. Retrieved from http://www.
surgeongeneral.gov/library/reports.htm

References For Chapter Two
Beck, Aaron T., Wright, Fred D., Newman, Cory F. & Liese, Bruce
S. (1993). Cognitive Therapy of Substance Abuse. New York. The
Guilford Press. 22-23.

BC Ministry of Health. (2004). Every Door Is The Right Door, A British
Columbia Planning Framework to Address Problematic Substance
Use and Addiction. 71-75.

Frances, Richard J., Miller, Sheldon I. & Mack, Avram H. (Eds.).
(2005). Clinical Textbook of Addictive Disorders (3rd edition). New
York. The Guilford Press.13-14, 21-32, 259-251.

Marlatt, G.A., & Gordon, J.R. (Eds.). (1985). Relapse prevention:
Maintenance Strategies in the Treatment of Addictive Behaviours
(1st edition). New York. Guilford Press. 39.

Marlatt, G.A., & Gordon, J.R., (Eds.). (2005). Relapse Prevention:
Maintenance Strategies in the Treatment of Addictive Behaviours
(2nd edition). New York. The Guilford Press. 8-21.

References for Chapter Three
Burns, David D. (1999). Feeling Good, The New Mood Therapy
(revised). New York. Harper Collins Publishers. 29-30, 87,121.

Burns, David D. (1999). The Feeling Good Handbook. New York.
Plume, Penguin Group. 3-11.

Frances, Allen & First, Michael B. (1998). Your Mental Health, A
Layman’s Guide to the Psychiatrist’s Bible. New York. Scribner. 119.

Goodwin, Donald W. (2000). Alcoholism, the facts. Oxford. Oxford
University Press.

Gordis, Enoch. (1998). Alcohol And Sleep – Alcohol Alert #41, Alcohol
and Sleep – A Commentary. Retrieved from http//www.niaaa.nih.gov/publications

Jiwani, Gulrose & Somers, Julian. (Winter 2004) Concurrent
Disorders, Considerations for Evidence Based Policy. Visions:
BC’s Mental Health and Addictions Journal, Concurrent Disorders,
Vol. 2 No.1. 10.

Ketcham, Katherine & Pace, Nicholas A. (2003). Teens Under The
Influence, The Truth About Kids, Alcohol, and Other Drugs-How
to Recognize the Problem and What to Do About It. New York.
Ballentine Books. 304-309.

Lavery, Sheila. (1997). The Healing Power of Sleep, How to Achieve
Restorative Sleep Naturally. New York. Simon & Schuster Inc.
16-17, 34, 37, 94-125.

Marlatt, G.A., & Gordon, J.R. (Eds.). (1985). Relapse prevention:
Maintenance strategies in the treatment of addictive behaviours (1st
edition). New York. Guilford Press. 39.

Marlatt, G.A., & Gordon, J.R., (Eds.). (2005). Relapse Prevention:
Maintenance Strategies in the Treatment of Addictive Behaviours
(2nd edition). New York. The Guilford Press. 8-21.

National Center For Chronic Disease Prevention and Health
Promotion. (1996). Physical Activity and Health, A Report of
the Surgeon General. Chapter 4. Retrieved from http://www.
surgeongeneral.gov/library/reports.htm

NIDA InfoFacts: Science-Based Facts on Drug Abuse and Addiction.
Retrieved from http://www.nida.nih.gov/Infofacts/
Infofaxindex.html

Rosenstein, D.I. (Spring 1975) Effect of long-term addiction to
heroin on oral tissues. J Public Health Dent. 35(2). 118-22.

Simpson, Carolyn. (1997). Methadone. The Drug Abuse Prevention
Library. New York. The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc. 20-23.

References for Chapter Four
Davis, Martha, Eshelman Robbins, Elizabeth, & McKay, Mathew.
(2000). “The Stress Relaxation & Stress Reduction Workbook.”

Oakland California. New Harbinger Publication, Inc.
Goodwin, Donald W. (2000). “Alcoholism, the facts.” Oxford. Oxford
University Press. 91.

Marlatt, G.A., & Donovan, D.M., (Eds.). (2005). “Relapse Prevention
Maintenance Strategies in the Treatment of Addictive Behaviours.”
(2nd Edition). New York. The Guilford Press. 8, 71-72, 138, 158.

Wilson, S.J., Sayette, M.A., & Fiez, J.A. (2004). Prefrontal responses to
drug cues: a neurocognitive analysis, Nature Neuroscience, Vol.
7 (# 3), 211.

References for Chapter Five
Beck, A.T., Wright, F.D., Newman, C.F., & Liese, B.S. (1993).
“Cognitive Therapy of Substance Abuse.” New York. The Guilford
Press. 31, 34-35, 160-168.

Chopra, D. (1997). “Overcoming Addictions, the spiritual solution.”
New York, Harmony Books. 100-101.

“2004 Alberta Recreation Survey.” Highlights of Results. 1. Retrieved
from http://tprc.alberta.ca/recreation/ars/surveypdf/2004_Survey_Highlights.pdf

Miller, W.R., & Rollick, S. (1991). “Motivational Interviewing,
Preparing People to Change Addictive Behavior,” New York. The
Guilford Press. 14, 21, 29, 38, 40-41, 45.

References for Chapter Six
BC Partners for Mental Health and Addictions Information. (2006).
“Depression Fact Sheet.” Retrieved from http://www.heretohelp.bc.ca/publications/factsheets/index.shtml

Burns, David D. (1999). The Feeling Good Handbook. New York.
Plume, Penguin Group. 3-11.

Frances, Allen & First, Michael B. (1998). “Your Mental Health,
A Layman’s Guide to the Psychiatrist’s Bible.” New York.
Scribner. 12, 32, 79.

Frances, Richard, Miller, Sheldon, & Mack, Avram, (Editors). (2005).
“Clinical Textbook of Addictive Disorders.” (3rd Edition).
New York. The Guilford Press. 12.

Kendall-Reed, P., & Reed, S. (2004). “The Complete Doctor’s Stress
Solution, Understanding, Treating, and Preventing Stress and Stress-Related Illnesses.” Toronto, Ontario. Robert Rose Publishing. 83-85.

Marlatt, G.A., & Donovan, D.M., (Eds.). (2005). “Relapse Prevention
Maintenance Strategies in the Treatment of Addictive
Behaviours.”(2nd Edition). New York. The Guilford Press. 4- 5,
7, 12-15.

McKay, M., & Rogers, P. (2000). “The Anger Control Workbook,
Simple, innovative techniques for managing anger and
developing healthier ways of relating,” Oakland, California.
New Harbinger Publications, Inc.

McKay, M., Rogers, Ph.D., & McKay, J. (1989). “When Anger Hurts,
Quieting the Storm Within.” Oakland, California, New
Harbinger Publications Inc. 24 – 32, 218, 220- 221.

Medina, J. (1998). “Depression. How it happens. How it’s healed.”
Oakland California. New Harbinger Publications Inc. 6-7, 32-
33, 82-87.

Patterson, K., Grenny, J., McMillan, R., & Switzler, A. (2005). “crucial
confrontations, Tools for resolving broken promises, violated
expectations, and bad behavior.” New York. McGraw-Hill. 84-
85.

Peele, Stanton. (2004) “Tools to Combat Addiction.” New York.
Three Rivers Press. 41.

Schiraldi, G.R., & Hallmark Kerr, M. (2002). “The Anger
Management Sourcebook.” New York. Contemporary Books.
3, 4, 7, 12-13.

 References for Chapter Seven
Silberman, Mel, & Hansburg, Freda. (2000). “PeopleSmart Developing
Your Interpersonal Intelligence.” San Francisco. Berrett-Koehler
Publishers Inc., 12-18. PeopleSmart Scale, Pages 12 – 18.

Tjosvold, Dean. (1993). “Learning to Manage Conflict, Getting People to
Work Together Productively.” New York. Lexington Books. 4-5, 7-8.

University of Colorado, International Online Training Program On
Intractable Conflict (1998) “Active Listening.” Retrieved from

http://www.colorado.edu/conflict/peace/treatment/activel.htm

Wainwright, Gordon R. (1999). “Body Language.” Illinois.
Contemporary Publishing. 1, 21-32, 58-68, 70-82.

References for Chapter Eight
Marlatt, G.A., & Donovan, D.M., (Eds.). (2005). “Relapse Prevention Maintenance Strategies in the Treatment of Addictive Behaviours.”(2nd Edition). New York. The Guilford Press. 13, 20, 28-29, 78, 233.

Potter-Efron, Ronald & Potter-Efron, Patricia (1989). “Letting Go
of Shame, Understanding How Shame Affects Your Life.” San
Francisco. Harper and Row, Publishers. 121-125, 132-141.

Daley, Dennis C. & Marsili, Ricardo (2005). No One is Left
Unharmed: Dual Disorders and the Family. Counselor: the
Magazine for Addiction Professionals. Deerfield Beach, Florida:
Health Communications, Inc. February, 2005 Vol. 6. 37-43.

MayoClinic.com Tools For Healthier Lives. (2005). Developing
social support: How to cultivate a network of friends to help
you through rough times. Mayo Foundation for Medical
Education and Research. Retrieved from http://www.mayoclinic.com

Fairbrother, Nichole. (2004) Prepared for BC Partners for Mental
Health and Addictions Information. “Who needs social
support? We all do!” Wellness Module 3: Social Support.
Retrieved from www.heretohelp.bc.ca

Brooks, Robert, & Goldstein, Sam. (2004). “The Power Of Resilience,
Achieving Balance, Confidence, and Personal Strength in Your Life.”
New York. Contemporary Books. 181.

References for Chapter Nine
Miller, William R., & Rollnick, Stephen. (2002). “Motivational
Interviewing, Preparing People For Change.” (2nd edition).” New
York. The Guilford Press. 12, 83.

Richmond, Lewis. (1999). “Work as a Spiritual Practice, A Practical
Buddhist Approach to Inner Growth and Satisfaction.” New York. Broadway Books. 16.

Kabat-Zinn, Jon. (2005). “Full Catastrophe Living, Using the Wisdom of
Your Body and Mind to Face Stress, Pain, and Illness, The Program
of The Stress Reduction Clinic At The University of Massachusetts
Medical Center.” New York. Bantam Dell. 11-12, 25-26.

References for Chapter Ten
Bond, James, T., Thompson, Cindy, Galinsky, Ellen & Prottas,
David. (2002). “Highlights of the National Study of the Changing Workforce.” New York. Families and Work Institute. No. 3. 63, 65, 76.

Brown, J.L. & Pollit, E. (1996). Malnutrition, Poverty and Intellectual
Development. Scientific American. February. 38-43.

Burns, David D. (1999). The Feeling Good Handbook. New York.
Plume, Penguin Group. 3-11.

Howard, Pierce. (1999) “The Owner’s Manual for the Brain, Second
Edition: Everyday Applications from Mind-Brain Research. “
Austin, Texas. Bard Press, 138.

Yost, Cali Williams. (2004). “Work And Life, Finding The Fit That’s
Right For You.” New York. Riverhead Books, Penguin Group.
100.

References for Chapter Eleven
Frances, Allen & First, Michael B. (1998). “Your Mental Health, A
Layman’s Guide to the Psychiatrist’s Bible.” New York. Scribner.
12, 32, 79, 117-119, 120-122.

Parks, George A. & Marlatt, G. Alan. (2000). Relapse Prevention
Therapy: A Cognitive-Behavioral Approach. The National
Psychologist, Sept/Oct., Vol. 9. No. 5. Retrieved from http://
www.nationalpsychologist

Marlatt, G.A., & Donovan, D.M. (Eds.). (2005). “Relapse
Prevention Maintenance Strategies in the Treatment of Addictive
Behaviours.”(2nd Edition). New York. The Guilford Press. 28- 29.

Weiss, Roger D., Mirin, Steven M., & Bartel, Roxanne L. (1994).
“Cocaine.” (2nd Edition). Washington, DC. American Psychiatric
Press. 164-165, 176.

Beck, A.T., Wright, F.D., Newman, C.F., & Liese, B.S. (1993).
“Cognitive Therapy of Substance Abuse.” New York. The Guilford
Press. 192-200, 206-209.

References for Chapter 12
Counselling Center University of Illinois. “Loneliness.” Retrieved
from http://www.couns.uiuc.edu/Brochures/loneline.htm

Messina, James, J. & Messina, Constance. (1999-2007). “Tools for Coping with Life’s Stressors Handling. Forgiving and Forgetting.” (Coping.org is a Public Service of James J. Messina, Ph.D. & Constance M. Messina, PhD). Retrieved from http://www.coping.org/relations/forgive.htm#Negative

Olds, Jacqueline, Schwartz, Richard & Webster, Harriet. (1996).
“Overcoming Loneliness in Every Day Life.” New York. Carol
Publishing Group. 166-183.

Woodward, Kathryn. (Editor). (1997). “Identity and Difference,”
Culture, Media and Identities Open University Series.
Thousand Oaks, California. Sage Publications USA. 1-2.

References for Chapter Thirteen
Dombeck, Mark, Director of Mental Help Net (2006) “Psychological
Self-Tools An On-line Self Help Book.” Retrieved from http://www.mentalhelp.net

International Online Training Program On Intractable Conflict.
(1998). “Prejudice and Discrimination.” (1998). Conflict Research
Consortium, University of Colorado. Retrieved from http://
www.colorado.edu/conflict/peace/problem/prejdisc.htm

Lorig, Kate, & Holman, Halsted, “Self-Management Education:
Context, Definition, and Outcomes and Mechanisms.”
Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford Patient
Education Research Center. 1-15. Retrieved from http//www.stanford.edu/group/perc

Malouff, John. (2006). “Fifty Problem Solving Strategies Explained,”
University of New England School of Psychology. Armidale,
Australia. Retrieved from http://www.une.edu.au/psychology/staff/malouffproblemsolving.php