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Long-Term Remission and Recovery: Research by Psychiatrist John. F. Kelly

Dr. John F. Kelly is one of the world’s leading authorities on recovery from alcohol and other drugs. In this PDF version of his slideshow, he reviews both the long-term data and the latest research on numerous approaches to recovery.

This is a terrific primer on recovery strategies, their results, and their overall effectiveness. It’s also a very detailed report, with more information that most of us can take in at a glance. But don’t be intimidated. Dr. Kelly’s findings are organized and clearly presented. It’s easier to follow than you might think, and contains a well of provocative ideas.

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