Healing from Addictions Through Poetry Therapy
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People addicted to drugs and alcohol often are helped by writing; note how many 12-step programs utilize writing as a tool. Poetry therapy as a creative arts modality is especially helpful in working with this population, in outpatient as well as residential settings. The author's work with chemically-dependent adults in one residential and one outpatient setting of a large drug rehabilitation program is presented in this paper.
KeywordsAlcohol Rehabilitation Program Outpatient Setting Residential Setting Drug Rehabilitation
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