Intervention for Amy YourFirstName YourLastName Your University May 18, 2011 Intervention for Amy The Assessment There is little debate that Amy’s alcohol abuse is harmful for herself and her family. The cycle of addiction which stemmed from her father is bereft with tragic consequences of loss. Her family may eventually be ripped apart while Amy is harming her body. Scherbaum and Specka (2008) argued that addicts “might enter treatment for legal reasons – in many cases, treatment is mandated by the court” (p. S43). If Amy continues along this path, the chance for her to end up in court for one reason or another compounds. Treatment for addiction is crucial because the alternative to preemptive treatment may very well be prison if she...The end:
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