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  • Genre:SELF-HELP
  • SubGenre:Substance Abuse & Addictions / General
  • Language:English
  • Pages:200

Relapse Prevention Counseling for African Americans

A Culturally Specific Model

by Roland Williams and Terence Gorski

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Overview
Relapse is a serious problem for all recovering people, but it is especially sever for African Americans seeking recovery from addition. Roland Williams, a certified Relapse Prevention Specialist heavily involved in promoting recovery in the African-American community, partners with Terence T. Gorski to provide an in-depth look at relapse among recovering African Americans and what can be done to prevent it.
Description
Relapse is a serious problem for all recovering people, but it is especially sever for African Americans seeking recovery from addition. Roland Williams, a certified Relapse Prevention Specialist heavily involved in promoting recovery in the African-American community, partners with Terence T. Gorski to provide an in-depth look at relapse among recovering African Americans and what can be done to prevent it.
About the author
Roland F. Williams, MA, Licensed Advanced Addiction Counselor (LAADC), Internationally Certified Advanced Addictions Counselor (ICAADC), Nationally Certified Addiction Counselor Level Two (NCAC II), Certified Drug and Alcohol Counselor, Level II (CADCII), Advanced Certified Relapse Prevention Specialist (ACRPS), Nationally Certified Substance Abuse Professional (SAP), works world-wide as a counselor, interventionist, lecturer, trainer, teacher, author and consultant specializing in addiction related issues. Roland has been a Senior Trainer/Consultant for Terence T. Gorski’s CENAPS Corporation since 1990 and working in substance abuse treatment since 1986. As a consultant he has assisted many treatment centers to develop world class addiction treatment protocols as well as to create clinical treatment models that embrace the vision and passion of the program founders. As a clinician he works with many celebrities, medical, legal and business professionals as well as inner city clients and those involved in the criminal justice system. Mr. Williams has worked with clients and treatment centers in France, Italy, Switzerland, Holland, Thailand, the Philippines, Costa Rica, Puerto Rico, Argentina, Japan, the United Kingdom and all across the United States.
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