2. Self-Stigma and Addiction
3. "Bad Parents," "Codependents," and Other Stigmatizing Myths About Substance Use Disorder in the Family
4. The Stigma of Addiction in Romantic Relationships
5. The Language of Stigma and Addiction
6. The Stigma of Addiction in the Medical Community
7. Stigma and Addiction Treatment
8. Race, Stigma, and Addiction
9. Addiction Stigma in the U.S. Legal System
10. The Stigma of Addiction in the Workplace
11. Stigma of Addiction in the Media
This book explores the stigma of addiction and discusses ways to improve negative attitudes for better health outcomes. Written by experts in the field of addiction, the text takes a reader-friendly approach to the essentials of addiction stigma across settings and demographics. The authors reveal the challenges patients face in the spaces that should be the safest, including the home, the workplace, the justice system, and even the clinical community. The text aims to deliver tools to professionals who work with individuals with substance use disorders and lay persons seeking to combat stigma and promote recovery.
The Stigma of Addiction is an excellent resource for psychiatrists, addiction medicine specialists, students across specialties, researchers, public health officials, and individuals with substance use disorders and their families.
Jonathan Avery, MD
Director of Addition Psychiatry
Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry
Weill Cornell Medical College
525 East 68th Street, Box 140
New York, NY 10065
Joseph Avery, J.D., M.A.
Department of Psychology
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Princeton, NJ 08540