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Effective CD Counseling:
Early Stage Chemical Dependency Counseling
Author S. Ed Hale, D.Ed.
ISBN 0-9761033-3-8  or   978-0-9761033-3-2
Publisher Waldenhouse Publishers, Inc.
Description 5.5" x 8.5"; Perfect Bound; 224 pages; acid free paper; $24.95
Availability September 2005
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Dr. S. E. Hale
6578 Hickory Meadow Drive
Chattanooga, TN 37421.
CD(Chemical Dependency) is a primary progressive illness in onset upon use of psychoactive substances by susceptible individuals. Recovery requires abstinence and relapse prevention. Effective CD Counseling describes recovery tasks and counseling techniques. Their rationales are explained for counselors and others. Includes bibliographical references and index.

Library of Congress CIP Data:
Hale, S. Ed. (S. Edmund), 1919-
1. Substance abuse--Patients --Counseling of. 2. Substance abuse--Treatment--Planning. I. Title.
RC564.H33 2005
362.29’186--dc22
2005024422

 

 

 

  • What a wonderful book on CD treatment.The key thing is that Effective CD Counseling inspired me to work harder at counseling and taught me things about CD issues in a nice detailed way.
    -- George Karasievich, Psy.D.
  • I not only enjoyed the writing style, but I also learned a great deal. I believe Effective CD Counseling is a learning tool and can be utilized academically to enhance the treatment of addiction.
    -- Maria-Blanca Natal, M.Ed.
  • Having worked in the CD field for over twenty-five years, I’m familiar with many publications by nationally known authors. Most were helpful in my continuing education and training. None, in my opinion, equals the comprehensiveness, flow and readability of Effective CD Counseling. My only disappointment is that the book was not available to others and to me sooner.
    -- Gilbert Anthony, CD Counselor
  • In working with individuals with a substance abuse/addiction problem, Dr. Hale has developed a great incisiveness of mind, a deep compassion of heart, and one of the best understandings of the dynamics of this sickness and recovery.
    -- Yvonne Findley, Director, Springview Recovery Centers, Inc.
  About The Author
      
Dr. S. Edmund Hale received his Bachelor of Arts degree in 1950 from the University of Chattanooga; Diploma in Group and Family Therapy in 1979 from Southeast Institute; Master of Education in 1986 from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga; and his Doctorate of Education in 1994 at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville and Newport University. In the 1970s Dr. Hale served as Head of Alcohol and Drug Dependency Services and Adult Services Clinician at the Chattanooga Psychiatric Clinic; Executive Director, Chattanooga Council for Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services; and Therapist and Director of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services at Valley Psychiatric Hospital.
      In the 1980s he was Corporate Vice President, Clinical Programs of Greenleaf Health Systems; Senior Counselor and Program Director of program start-up and program development at Crossroads Treatment Center; was a member of the Adjunct Faculty Teaching drugs and drug law to criminal justice majors at University of Tennessee at Chattanooga; and taught substance abuse counseling certificate candidates at Cleveland State Community College.
      During the late 1980s and continuing until his “retirement” from private practice in counseling and psychotherapy consultation with Personal Counseling Service in 1999, he continued treating clients having emotional, developmental, behavioral, and personality disorders, and helping clients dealing with chemical dependence and other mental and affective conditions. He was a consultant to mental health clinics and hospitals in chemical dependence treatment, and psychiatric and substance abuse program development. From 1993 through 1996 he was Assistant Professor and Coordinator of Human Services Specialist Degree Program at Cleveland State Community College. He also served as an instructor in counseling and personality theories, counseling techniques, group counseling, substance abuse theory, substance abuse treatment methods, and other subjects.
      He is a retired member of the American Counseling Association, Tennessee Counseling Association, American Mental Health Counselors Association, Tennessee Mental Health Counselors Association, and the Lookout Counselors Association. He held professional certification or licenses as TN Certified Substance Abuse Counselor, TN Certified Professional Counselor, TN Licensed Professional Counselor, and TN Mental Heath Services Provider.
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