Jacksonville, FL, USA – February 16, 2021 – Dr. Emmanuel Nzuzu, a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) and Certified Addiction Specialist brings more than a decade of experience and knowledge in his book How to Stay Sober, published last fall by Absolute Author Publishing House. Nzuzu says, “I specialize in helping people to effectively deal with destructive-dysfunctional thought patterns and behaviors related to alcohol and drug use.”
When it comes to sobriety, the statistics are staggering; fifty to ninety percent of people who reach sobriety relapse within a year after successfully completing a treatment program. Nzuzu hopes to change this somber rate. “I wrote How to Stay Sober knowing the staggering statistics. My goal was to create a new model of treatment and help those struggling with sobriety. The book is a self-help book that focuses on changing your thought patterns and attitude about drinking.”
As a solution-focused therapist, Nzuzu offers real help to those suffering from drug and alcohol addiction in How to Stay Sober. Nzuzu also has the accompanying workbook How to Stay Sober, which guides the reader through several stages to change their thinking and behavior.
How to Stay Sober is a practical, hands-on guidebook that is all about preventing relapses and staying sober long term. It takes an innovative approach to treating alcohol and drug addictions and is written for people who tried traditional systems and failed to remain sober after they finished their treatment. Used together, the book and the workbook offer a structured roadmap to people with substance abuse disorders that help them recover and stay clean. They outline realistic, actionable strategies and tips designed to reduce the risk of a relapse by changing your established thought patterns and habits and helping you stay motivated.
“The book is designed to bring the same excitement and energy into your recovery that you had when you were drinking and abusing drugs.”
What’s also unique about this book is that the author is not only a distinguished addiction expert with a solid academic track record and a thriving addiction treatment practice in Florida, but he also knows firsthand what it’s like to be an addict. For years, he battled his own alcohol addiction and therefore fully understands how difficult it is to stay sober after your treatment successfully ends. You are left all by yourself, trying to stay sober, one day at a time. The book, therefore, offers more than just a guided tour through addiction recovery. It provides practical tools for people with alcohol and drug issues, reassuring them that they will be able to overcome their addiction for good.
The book is organized into five chapters. It includes inspiring real-life examples and case studies, questions for you to work through that will help you find out what is missing from your recovery, and motivating signposts to support your determination to stay clean. The workbook offers practical, straight-forward exercises that will teach you valuable skills essential for being able to stay sober permanently (18 exercises in total). These exercises are designed to help you to identify and change your repetitive, destructive thought patterns and to challenge and change your beliefs and habits that fuel your addiction and lead to relapses.
- Chapter 1: Recovery is Possible and Always Available
- Chapter 2: Self-Diagnosis: How to Identify the Problem of Addiction
- Chapter 3: More About the Problem: Consequences of Powerlessness
- Chapter 4: Solution: The Power of Believing
- Chapter 5: Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself
INTERVIEW WITH DR. EMANUEL NZUZU
On February 13, 2021, Dr. Nzuzu was interviewed by Dr. Melissa Caudle. The interview discusses many aspects and is available below.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Dr. Emmanuel Nzuzu is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) and a Certified Addictions Professional (CAP). He specializes in helping men and women deal with destructive-dysfunctional thought patterns and behaviors related to alcohol and drug abuse, repair broken relationships, and empower those to maintain sobriety. For interviews or book signings, contact the author directly.
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