Field, M., Heather, N., Murph, J., Stafford, T., Tucker, J., & Witkiewitz, K. (2020). Recovery from addiction: Behavioral economics and value-based decision-making. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 34(1), 182-193. This article provides a look at recovery issues with emphasis on the decision-making process of individuals in recovery being employed each day. This is an important consideration in helping those in recovery.
NIDA. 2020, July 10. Treatment and Recovery. The National Institute of Drug Abuse provides a document that discusses both treatment and recovery issues. In addition, this document provides detailed information about numerous resources in this area.
Ramo, D., & Brown, S. (2008). Classes of substance abuse relapse situations: A comparison of adolescents and adults. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors. 22,(3), 372–379. This article includes content on an important aspect of recovery – relapse. Helping clients understand, predict, and prevent relapse is a critical part of successful substance abuse recovery.
Miller, G. (2010). Learning the language of addiction counseling. John Wiley and Sons. In Chapter 7 (pp. 196-220), an important issue in recovery is addressed – relapse prevention. The author explains the issue of relapse in a way that can help individuals and their families understand this sometime confounding part of recovery.