In this book he goes a step further and describes the way in which addictions also develop on a reverse of the path to recovery again using the model of behavioural change he is very critical of any suggestion that addiction is an all or nothing phenomenon appearing suddenly in the course of an individuals substance misuse preferring to view it as a process. In his new book addiction and change how addictions develop and addicted people recover diclemente broadens the scope of the stages of change applying the model to the actual process of becoming addicted challenging the use of singular narrowly focused models to explain how people become addicted the author suggests that complex environmental psychological sociological and physiological factors and vulnerabilities have variable impact on the risk of becoming addicted depending on . Supports the idea that most people with an addiction are in one of those first three stages at which behavioral change has not begun to occur 1 in his new book addiction and change how addictions develop and addicted people recover diclemente broadens the scope of the stages of change applying the model to the ac tual process of becoming addicted. Addiction and change first edition how addictions develop and addicted people recover the guilford substance abuse series 9781593853440 medicine health science books amazoncom. Series guilford substance abuse series notes includes bibliographical references p 281 310 and index contents 1 models of addiction and change 2 the process of human intentional behavior change 3 the well maintained addiction an ending and a beginning 4
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