A Womans Guide to Recovery
Brenda Iliff (Author)
DescriptionAlcohol or other substance use during stay-at-home and quarantine orders may have you worried about your health. If you're ready for recovery, this book can help. The essential recovery guide for women new to sobriety, written by the director of clinical services at Hazelden's new cutting edge treatment facility for women. Whether you are just embarking down the road of recovery or are well into the journey, consider Brenda Iliff's A Woman's Guide to Recovery your companion and guide. Brenda Iliff is a leading Hazelden clinician. She developed this guide to help women handle issues and challenges that come with their new life of recovery: How can you balance self-care with family responsibilities? What do you do about friends who aren't comfortable with your newfound sobriety? How do you rebuild family relationships? A Woman's Guide to Recovery offers real-life insight into what it means and what it takes to sustain healthy, lasting recovery.
Hazelden Publishing & Educational Services
January 18, 2008
5.76 X 0.79 X 8.24 inches | 0.98 pounds
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About the Author
Brenda J. Iliff has worked in the addiction treatment field for more than twenty-five years. A clinician, administrator, and lecturer, she is currently the executive director of Hazelden in Naples, Florida. Previously, she was the clinical director of Hazelden's Women's Recovery Center in Center City, Minnesota.Iliff is a Minnesota native who resides with her husband in Naples, Florida.