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My husband is a recovering alcoholic but drinks non-alholic

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My husband is a recovering alcoholic but drinks non-alholic beer nearly every day and now I think he as addicted to that. ? He is emotionally and verbally abusive and needs anger management. he is in his mid 80's. He either needs help because AA is not doing it ! of he needs to get out of my life. I am looking for answers and wandered what was available in Northern California or ? suggestions
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Submitted: 6 months ago.
Category: Mental Health
Expert:  Dr. Z replied 6 months ago.
*This website DOES NOT constitute treatment and only provides information and advice in a Q&A format. For treatment (therapy and/or medications) you must go to a licensed professional in your area. Please note that anything said here is not private or confidential, as this is a public forum. Hello and thank you for using JustAnswer. Typically anger issues can be treated through one on one therapy with a psychologist/therapist or if he is someone that does not want to undergo individual therapy, he can go to anger management support groups which are usually available at any community center or church/religious organization. The best type of treatment would be individual therapy, so I would recommend that he find a suitable therapist in his area. Here is a good link to find such a psychologist/therapist:

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