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The Author grants to individual purchasers of this book non-assignable permission to reproduce the Handouts – both Worksheets and Inspirational – for use with your own clients, patients, and consumers. This permission does not extend to additional clinicians or practice settings, nor does purchase by an institution constitute a site license. The license does not grant the right to reproduce these materials for resale, redistribution, or any other purposes – including but not limited to books, pamphlets, articles, video or audiotapes, and handouts or slides for lectures or workshops. Permission to reproduce these materials for these and all other purposes must be obtained in writing from the author, Rhonda McKillip, McKillip and Associates.
FOUR GOOD REASONS TO NOT REPRODUCE THIS MATERIAL IN ANY WAY
REASON ONE: It’s Not Helpful To Patients, Clients, or Consumers
Copying this curriculum works against the very purposes for which it was written – to provide a comprehen-sive curriculum, complete with cautions, tips, and information specific to the dually diagnosed population.
REASON TWO: It’s Not Ethical
The Ethical Standards for Alcohol and Drug Counselors set forth by NAADAC, The Association for Addiction Professionals, states in PRINCIPLE 6: PUBLICATION CREDIT within 6c… shall in no way violate the copyright of anyone by reproducing material in any form whatsoever, except in those ways which are allowed under the copyright laws. This involves direct violation of copyright as well as the passive assent to the violation of copyright by others.
REASON THREE: It’s Not Practical
The price of the curriculum was intentionally set for many reasons. One of which was to make it more expensive to copy than to purchase J! Additional copies may be purchased through my website at rhondamckillipandthebasics.com or you may contact Rhonda McKillip for additional payment options.
REASON FOUR: It’s Not Legal
“Copyright is a statutory or common law right of authors to publish their works, and to prevent others from copying their works. Violation of a copyright is called infringement. Infringement includes the unauthorized or unlicensed copying of a work subject to copyright. For example, Title 17 of the U.S. Code defines the exclusive rights of copyright holders. There are also several provisions which create crimes for copyright infringement that includes…” – well, you get the idea.
PERSONAL RECOVERY STORIES
All personal stories found in this book’s recovery stories and examples reflect the actual experiences of these men and women. All names and identifying details have been changed in order to protect the subject’s anonymity.
EXCERPTS FROM ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
The excerpts from the book Alcoholics Anonymous are reprinted with permission of Alcoholics Anonymous World Services, Inc. (AAWS). Permission to reprint these excerpts does not mean that A.A.W.S. has reviewed or approved the contents of this publication, or that A.A.W.S. necessarily agrees with the views expressed herein. A.A. is a program of recovery from alcoholism only – use of these excerpts in connection with programs and activities which are patterned after A.A., but which address other problems, or in any other non A.A. context, does not imply otherwise.