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Dansereau, DF and Dees, Sandra M and Chatham, Lois R and Boatler, Jeannie F and Simpson, D Dwayne (1993) Mapping new roads to recovery. A self-paced training manual designed for substance abuse counselors and case workers interested in node-link mapping. Texas: Texas Christian University. Institute of Behavioral Research.

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This self-paced training manual is designed for substance abuse counselors and case workers interested in node-link mapping, a visual representation technique for helping clients improve problem-solving and decision making skills. A step-by-step format is used to explain both the theory and application of node-link mapping for both individual and group counseling. Studies by the authors suggest that incorporation of node-link mapping in counseling enhances client commitment to treatment, counseling efficiency, and therapeutic alliance. This "how to" manual also includes:
• Review of cognitive learning theory
• Glossary of node-link mapping terms
• Exercises for practice and mastery
• Ideas for using mapping in counseling sessions
• Examples of finished maps
• Bibliography of papers on node-link mapping


Item Type
Report
Publication Type
International, Guideline, Manual, Report
Drug Type
All substances
Intervention Type
Treatment method, Education and training, Psychosocial treatment method, Rehabilitation/Recovery
Date
1993
Pages
143 p.
Publisher
Texas Christian University. Institute of Behavioral Research
Place of Publication
Texas
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Accession Number
HRB (Electronic Only)
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