This presentation outlined patterns of alcohol use, distinguishing use from abuse, understanding symptoms and stages, and learning about the biological forces that create the cycle of addiction. It offered possible treatment remedies and help participants develop an approach for dealing with significant others who are abusing drugs or alcohol. In addition, there was a focus on prevention based on effective stress reduction techniques.
Dr. Lieb has served as a guest lecturer at Stanford University's internship program and California Pacific Medical Center's training program. He is the author of several articles that have appeared in the Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, Psychotherapy and Sage Open Press. Dr. Lieb earned his B.A./M.A. in social psychology from Johns Hopkins University and his Ph.D. from the University of Pittsburgh in clinical psychology. He completed a post-doctoral fellowship in advanced psychotherapy at the California Pacific Medical Center in 1987.
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