To know more about the author, read her interview at http://www.armourpublishing.com/breaking-free-interview-with-author-rona-tan/
“It is hope-inspiring, as most importantly, counselling is about promoting the best interests of the clients and empowering them. Readers grappling with addiction issues will hopefully be motivated to change after reading the transformational testimonies of ex-offenders who have changed. Valuable self-help resources further accentuate these readers’ motivation to change. Definitely a good read!”
- Dr Cecilia Soong, Head of Programming (Counselling), School of Human Development and Social Services, SIM University
Discover the Secrets of breaking free from addiction and crime.
Read the inspirational stories of ex-offenders and addicts who successfully reconciled with their families and are now contributing back to society. Get insights from professionals – psychiatrists, psychologists, therapists and counsellors – on effective counselling and treatment methods. Among those interviewed are Dr Lim Yun Chin, Dr Munidasa Winslow, Glenn Lim, Tony Ting, Freddy Wee, Ustaz Fadlon Bin Osman, Dr Cecilia Chu, Sharmini Winslow, Florence Ng and Ang Poh Wah.
Breaking Free is a rich resource for psychiatrists, psychologists, therapists, counsellors, social workers, lay counsellors and volunteers who work with addicts, inmates and ex-offenders. It celebrates triumph over addiction; it seeks to encourage those in the throes of addiction – alcohol, drugs, gambling, love and sex addiction, emotional co-dependency etc. – by showing them a way out.
No. of Pages:
210 by 148 mm (closed)