A Woman’s Path to Recovery is a clinician-led program for women with substance use disorders. The model uses chapters from “A Woman’s Addiction Workbook: Your Guide to In-Depth Healing” as the basis for 12 90-minute sessions conducted by clinicians over 8 weeks. The workbook is divided into two main sections: exploration and healing. The “exploration” section helps women look at their lives in relation to gender and addiction issues. It provides background information on the relationship between gender and addiction, differences between women and men in addiction and recovery, historical barriers to treatment faced by women, and subgroups of women at risk for addiction. It then encourages women to identify their life themes in five key areas relevant to women and addiction: body and sexuality, stress, relationships, trauma and violence, and thrill-seeking. They can also evaluate their addiction and co-occurring mental disorders. The “healing” section of the book guides women through methods of recovery. It is organized into four domains–relationships, beliefs, actions, and feelings–and includes a series of exercises for each domain. The book conveys a supportive tone for the journey to healing and provides specific recovery resources. Overall, the model addresses social and emotional problems unique to women. Difficult areas in a woman’s life are explored through the psychology that underlies female addictive behavior.