The Serenity Principle: Finding Inner Peace In Recovery by Joseph Bailey

The Serenity Principle: Finding Inner Peace In Recovery

byJoseph Bailey

Paperback | March 16, 1990

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This challenge to the paradigms of addiction and recovery theory shows those in recovery how to tap their own source of positive energy in a new approach to the search for serenity--a quest long recognized as the key to recovery.

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"In a simple and insightful manner, Bailey applies some age-old principles of mental health to an understanding of the nature of addiction and offers the hope that, for counselors and clients alike, serenity can be the immediate goal rather than the distant dream." (John Du Cane, executive director, Institute for Chemical Dependency Pr...
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Title:The Serenity Principle: Finding Inner Peace In RecoveryFormat:PaperbackDimensions:144 pages, 8 × 5.31 × 0.33 inPublished:March 16, 1990Publisher:HarperCollins

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ISBN - 10:0062500392

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Bailey shows recovering people how to tap their own source of positive energy in a new approach to the search for serenity--a quest long recognized as the key to recovery from addiction.

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"In a simple and insightful manner, Bailey applies some age-old principles of mental health to an understanding of the nature of addiction and offers the hope that, for counselors and clients alike, serenity can be the immediate goal rather than the distant dream." -- John Du Cane, executive director, Institute for Chemical Dependency Professionals of Minnesota