Bring Your Teen Back From The Brink: Get Educated, Get Tough, and Get Help to Save Your Teen from Drugs

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This book is a great first step for parents to increase their effectiveness in dealing with teen drug use. Get a quick education in what you need to know to avoid emotional pitfalls, identify the behaviors of teen drug users, get factual information on drugs, get tough, and find professional help when you need it. Bring your teen back from the brink and restore health and peace to your family. More

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Words: 61,440
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476289700
About Will Wooton

William Wooton LAADC CADC II, a CAADAC certified alcohol and drug addiction counselor, has been working in addiction treatment helping adolescents and families for over 15 years. His passion for working with addicted teens started when he became sober himself at the age of 16. After experiencing firsthand what recovery can do, he decided that helping others and their families was his career path.

During his career as a counselor he has facilitated thousands of groups on addiction behaviors. Each week, he conducts several, weekly, open-to-the-public education and support groups that have continued for over a decade.

After starting in private practice in 1997 he founded Pacific Treatment Services (PTS) www.pacifictreatmentservices.com in 2005. As director of PTS his focus is on building effective teen recovery programs and developing new support services for teens and their families.

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www.pacifictreatmentservices.com

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Review by: Cindy Odonnell on April 02, 2012 :
I've had the privilege of reviewing this book during its inception. Being the parent of a teen who struggled greatly with drugs, I wish this book would have been available at the onset of our journey. The information is invaluable with practical advice on how to parent an addict. A must read for any family struggling!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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