Substance Abuse Counseling:
An Individualized Approach
Judith A. Lewis, Robert Q. Dana, Gregory A. Blevins
Explains to counselors and other helping professionals in practice or training how to tailor
substance-abuse counseling to individual clients by taking into account such factors as
personality, family, culture, lifestyle, gender, and history. The second edition (first in
1988) includes more material on families and groups. Of interest both to substance-abuse
specialists and general counselors who encounter the problem on occasion.