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Dual Diagnosis: An Information Guide

Dual Diagnosis: An Information Guide was developed for the families of people who have developmental disabilities and mental health problems.

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Essential writings in violence risk assessment

With Essential Writings in Violence Risk Assessment and Management, mental health and legal practitioners have quick access to the most important peer-reviewed writings in the field.

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Families CARE: Helping Families Cope and Relate Effectively Facilitator's Manual

Families CARE is a group-based program that helps family members Cope And Relate Effectively with the person who has a substance use problem.

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Finding Treatment for Substance Use, Concurrent Disorders and Problem Gambling in Ontario

This brochure provides information on how potential clients and/or family members can find treatment for substance use, concurrent disorders or gambling problems in Ontario.

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First Contact: A brief treatment for young substance users

Designed to strengthen young clients’ motivation and commitment to change, this outpatient program combines elements of cognitive-behavioural and motivational interviewing approaches.

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First Episode Psychosis: An Information Guide

A first episode of psychosis is confusing and frightening for those who experience it, and for their family and friends.

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First Stage Trauma Treatment: A Guide for Mental Health Professionals Working with Women

Most mental health service providers recognize the challenges in offering help when a client’s problems seem complex and overwhelming, and they may be unsure of how first to intervene.

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Freedom to Act

Freedom to Act is a case study about young people in a high school co-op program who combine their skills to reach a common goal. This youth team created a magazine for their peers, called Wild Times, Deadly Times, with information on how to reduce the harms associated with alcohol and other drug use.

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Fundamentals of Addiction: A Practical Guide for Counsellors

Fundamentals of Addiction is an essential reference for counsellors and a comprehensive textbook for college and university level students in courses that address addictions.

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Girls Talk: An Anti-Stigma Program for Young Women to Promote Understanding of and Awareness about Depression: Facilitator's Manual

Girls Talk is an eight-session anti-stigma program for girls, generally between the ages of 13 and 16.

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