Who this is for:
This guide is for anyone on the recovery journey. It is also for therapists, counselors, and professors to use with their own clients and students.
Throughout my 20+ years researching and helping people, I saw the need to address both addictive patterns and mental health challenges using an integrative, holistic approach. With this integrative approach, we address mental health challenges and stuck or addictive patterns simultaneously, rather than only focusing on addiction. I’ve witnessed first hand with my own clients, how this integrative approach is a key to successful and lasting recovery.
This workbook is the product of my research and hands-on work with patients and clients. It is an actionable guide – loaded with tools and activities – for anyone feeling stuck and struggling with addictive behaviors, as well as for the people who want to help them.ORDER NOW
What people are saying:
“As a longtime recovering alcoholic with co-occurring emotional challenges, I find that Bram’s workbook provides me with an invaluable resource to use in all facets of my recovery. The workbook’s holistic approach has allowed me to address the underlying issues that initially fueled the addictive patterns in my life.” – David
“The Integrative Dual Recovery Workbook by Matt Bram is a must-have tool for any therapist working with clients with addiction. This workbook is an invaluable resource. It provides education and guidance to the client who wants to work through drug and/or alcohol abuse or dependence and who needs, as all do, the structure and support that this workbook plus therapy can provide. Matt has done an amazing job integrating cutting edge research with exercises that encourage change.” – Dr. Trisha Miller PhD
I teach Co-Occurring Disorders. I love your workbook and am going to make it a required text for my class.” – Mena Zaminsky, Professor at City College of San Francisco
“Matt Bram has developed a fantastic workbook for clinicians to use to work with clients through their treatment process both on a cognitive and emotional level. You and your clients will find his well thought out, colorful diagrams and exercises useful and engaging. Matt has put his heart and time into making this workbook thorough and the best it can be.” – Jim
“It is not in becoming someone different but only when we begin to acknowledge and embrace who we really are, that the process of recovery may unfold”
—Matt Bram LPCS, LCAS, MAC