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Perceived Harmful Criticism in Family Interactional Patterns and Relapse Risk among Recovering Inpatients with Alcohol Use Disorder in Kiambu County, Kenya
(Daystar University, 2019)
The family environment in which recovery is nurtured can become a potent trigger of relapse for an individual undergoing treatment of alcohol use disorder (AUD). A growing body of evidence suggests that families characterized ...
Family Emotional Over-Involvement and Relapse among Inpatient Alcoholics in Nairobi, Kenya
(International Organization Of Scientific Research (IOSR), 2016-07)
Family interactional patterns have been proposed as significant in relapse of most psychiatric disorders. Many studies have demonstrated that patterns of interactions of family members affect the quality of relationships ...
Family epressed emotion in relapse of alcoholism
(International Organization Of Scientific Research (IOSR), 2016)
Alcoholism is a family illness that requires treatment of the whole family, because recovery after rehabilitation seems mostly achievable when both the individual and their family are involved in relapse prevention. While ...