Addiction: From Bondage to Freedom (Kindle)

Author: Cathy Napier

$3.99

Written for those who struggle with addiction, and the families and friends who love them, Cathy Napier’s Addiction: From Bondage to Freedom is a far-reaching spiritual and practical guide for recovery. It is full of helpful tools, strategies, and exercises—all complemented by Ms. Napier’s frank and moving account of her own experience with addiction, and the inspiring story of her survival.

Catherine (Cathy) Napier received her Bachelor’s degree from Dallas Baptist University in Dallas, Texas and her Master’s degree in counseling from Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, Texas. Cathy attended Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey for her post-graduate studies in addiction. Cathy has worked in some of the major psychiatric hospitals in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. Cathy left Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas, where she was Director of the Chemical Dependency Program, in 2003 to work under Governor Bill Richardson’s administration in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Cathy was director of the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) substance abuse programs for the state of New Mexico for two years. Cathy was the Employee Assistance Manager for Behavioral Health Services for the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad’s Southwest Division. She worked part-time at Sierra Tucson, where her book, Operation Daughters Addicted, is being taught to those with a secondary diagnosis of disordered eating, and at Sabino Recovery, where she worked with those recovering from trauma. Both facilities are in Tucson, Arizona.

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