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Copello, A., Orford, J., Velleman, R., Templeton, L. & Krishnan, M. (2000). Methods for reducing alcohol and drug related family norm in non-specialist settings. Journal of Mental Health, 9, 329-343.

Edwards, G. et al (1997) The treatment of drinking behaviours- A guide to the helping

Hurcom, C., Copello, A. and Orford, J. (2000) The family and alcohol: Effects of excessive drinking and conceptualisations of spouses over recent decades. Substance Use and Misuse, 35,473-502.

Miller, W.R. & Rollnick, S.(2002) Motivational Interviewing: Preparing people to change addictive behaviours. Guilford Press: New York. (2nd Edn.)

Miller W.R. & Tonigan, J.S. (1996) Assessing drinker's motivation for change: The stages of change. Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 56, 51-59.

Peterson, T. & McBride, A. (Eds)(2002) Working with substance nlisusers: A guide to theory and practice. Routledge: London; New York

Rollnick, S et al (1992) Development of a short `readiness to change' questionnaire for use in brief interventions. British Journal of Addiction, 87, 743-754.

Velleman R., Copello A., and Maslin J. (Eds) (1998) Living with Drink: women who live with problem drinkers. Addison Wesley Longman.

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