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“The expanded edition of Network Therapy for Alcohol and Drug Abuse provides new evidence for the advance of network therapy in just a few short years. The book establishes the importance of the natural circle of significant others in the treatment of chemical dependency.”
George De Leon, PhD, National Development and Research Institutes, Inc., Center for Therapeutic Community Research, New York City

“Treating addiction is difficult, and available options are often insufficient. I have found network therapy to be a key ingredient in our research project on naltrexone and in my clinical work. The approach is very helpful in improving retention and outcome, and patients and network members alike have found the added support critical. This expanded edition is lucidly written and provides readily accessible methodology, useful case vignettes, and requisite patient handouts. It will be useful for students as well as experienced clinicians.”
Herbert D. Kleber, MD, Professor of Psychiatry, Director, Division on Substance Abuse, Columbia University

“Over the past decade, Galanter's network therapy approach has proven to be one of the most exciting new approaches to the treatment of alcohol and drug abuse problems. Its appeal is threefold: it integrates the best of modern ideas about psychosocial and biological treatments for addictive disorders; it mobilizes the potential power of family and friendship networks in support of effective treatment; and it can be easily mastered by both experienced therapists and addiction counselors. The face validity of the network approach, which was apparent from the start, has now been supported by a series of effectiveness studies carried out by Galanter and his colleagues. These studies have convincingly demonstrated that network therapy is the equal of any existing psychosocial treatment for addictive disorders in keeping people drug-free. Further, the studies have laid out a road map for how to train therapists in this exciting method. This expanded edition not only includes succinct summaries of Galanter's outcome findings, but also provides a wealth of techniques and strategies for how to deal with some of the toughest problems associated with the treatment of serious addictive disorders. It can serve as a manual for any therapist wanting to add network therapy to his or her armamentarium of treatment approaches for alcohol and drug abuse problems.”
Peter Steinglass, MD, Executive Director, Ackerman Institute for the Family, New York City

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