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About the authors Foreword Introduction 1. What you really need to know about cannabis 2. Cannabis myths: The drug 3. Cannabis myths: Health and safety 4. Does cannabis affect your mental health? 5. But it isn't addictive . . . is it? 6. You can quit: Cannabis withdrawal 7. Changing behaviour: Tips for helping others 8. Talking about cannabis use 9. Beating cannabis addiction References
A reliable and practical guide for anyone who wants to reduce their marijuana habit, or assist someone else.
Jan Copeland is a Professor and Director of the National Cannabis Prevention and Information Centre in Australia. She is a respected clinician and world expert on the topic, and has published some of the seminal papers in the area of treatment of cannabis misuse. Dr Sally Rooke is a Senior Research Officer for the National Cannabis Prevention and Information Centre. Etty Matalon is a Clinical Psychologist and the National Clinical Training Manager for the National Cannabis Prevention and Information Centre.
A compassionate and practical road map to help navigate and avoid the pitfalls and consequences of marijuana use. Highly recommended. -- Bob Hopkins, founder of the Nimbin HEMP Embassy