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Disease Theory of Alcoholism

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Alcoholism or alcohol addiction is a disease characterized by the compulsive drinking of alcoholic beverages. Alcoholism can also refer to the behavior of drinking to the point of negative consequences.

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Addiction Recovery Groups

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Drug and Alcohol Addiction Statistics

  • In 2001, almost 17 million Americans aged 12 or older abused or were dependent on either alcohol or illicit drugs (NHSDA, Substance Abuse or Dependence).
  • The highest rate of abuse or dependence on alcohol or illicit drugs was among 21 year olds (ibid.).
  • Among full-time workers aged 18 to 49 in 2000, 8.1 percent reported past month heavy alcohol use, and 7.8 percent reported past month illicit drug use (NHSDA,

Issues of Personal Boundaries in Counseling

Issues of Personal Boundaries in Counseling
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