1 edition of Children of alcoholics. found in the catalog.
Children of alcoholics.
by U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration in Rockville, MD (P.O. Box 2345, Rockville 20847-2345)
Written in English
|Other titles||Fact is-- alcoholism tends to run in families.|
|Series||Alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs resource guide, DHHS publication -- no. (SMA) 93-2023.|
|Contributions||United States. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||24 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||24|
I'm an adult child of an alcoholic. This is my list of internet resources, books and organizations that will help children of alcoholics (CoAs), adult children of alcoholics (ACoAs) and family and friends of alcoholics and addicts. The children are caught in the middle: As the children of alcoholics, we are affected in many ways. We may be hurt directly by the alcoholic’s behavior, especially if there is violence. We may be hurt directly by the alcoholic’s behavior, especially if there is violence.
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Janet Woititz was the author of Adult Children of Alcoholics, which was on the New York Times bestseller list for over a year. She wrote several other books, including Lifeskills for Adult Children; The Self-Sabotage Syndrome; The Struggle for Intimacy; Marriage on the Rocks; Healing Your Sexual Self and many others/5().
Many children of alcoholics develop similar characteristics and personality traits. In her landmark book, "Adult Children of Alcoholics," the late Janet G. Woititz, Ed.D, outlined 13 of them. "Dr. Jan" (as she was known) was a best-selling author, lecturer, and counselor who was also married to an alcoholic.
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Children of alcoholics number an estimated 28 million people in the United States alone. This important volume offers informative new insights for the professional on the common risks, difficulties, and needs of people who grow up in a family with an alcoholic parent.
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This book provides wisdom and information for all Adult Children /5(5). Janet Woititz published her national bestselling book, Adult Children of Alcoholics in In it she outlined 13 characteristics of adult children of alcoholics but also applied these same characteristics to those who grew up in households where other compulsive behaviours are present such as gambling, drug abuse or overeating.
"Adult Children of Alcoholics." A best seller that addresses the effects of family addiction on the adult child's past and present and how he or she can break the cycle.
Author: Janet Geringer Woititz, Ed.D. Health Communications, Inc. "A Workbook for Healing: Adult Children of Alcoholics.".Adult Children of Alcoholics & Dysfunctional Families (ACA) is a unique Twelve Step recovery program that creates a safe setting in which adults who grew up in dysfunctional homes can feel safe and find a way to share their stories with others.It was in that the name first emerged, Adult Children of Alcoholics.
ACA began with a group of Alateens who eventually became young adults and wanted a program more specific to their needs and issues of concern. Soon they were joined by a recovering alcoholic known as Tony A.