Therapist's Guide to Substance Abuse Intervention

ISBN-10: 0123875811
ISBN-13: 9780123875815
Edition: 2003
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Description: Author of AP's bestselling "Therapist's Guide to Clinical Intervention" now turns her attention to substance abuse intervention. The book will follow a similar format to her previous book, presenting information in easy to read outline form, with  More...

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List price: $75.95
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: Elsevier Science & Technology Books
Publication date: 5/8/2003
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 669
Size: 8.25" wide x 10.75" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 3.806
Language: English

Author of AP's bestselling "Therapist's Guide to Clinical Intervention" now turns her attention to substance abuse intervention. The book will follow a similar format to her previous book, presenting information in easy to read outline form, with relevant forms, patient questionnaires, checklists, business documents, etc. Part I discusses the social impact of substance abuse and provides a general overview of the physiological and psychological characteristics of abuse, DSM IV definition of abuse, and classifications of the varying types of drugs. Part II is the main section of the book and covers assessment, different stages of abuse/recovery, and treatment choices. Coverage includes the discussion of myriad self help choices (e.g. AA), group therapy, brief therapy, and more. Discussion will also include making a determination of treatment as inpatient or outpatient, and issues relevant to special populations (teenagers, geriatrics, comorbidity patients, etc.). Part III presents skill building resources. Part IV covers prevention, quality assurance, and also includes a glossary. * Outlines treatment goals and objectives * Outlines for assessing special circumstances * Offers skill building resources to supplement treatment

Introduction
Defining Substance Abuse and Dependence
Continuum of Substance Use Behaviors
DSM IV Criteria
Additional Considerations
Characteristics and Classification of Substances
Characteristics of Substances
Substance Use and Conditioning
Physiological Functioning
Physiological Characteristics or Factors of the Substance User
Psychological Characteristics of the User
Sociocultural Environment
Classification of Substances
Development of Substance Abuse and Dependence
Models of Substance Dependence
Causal Factors of Substance Abuse and Dependence
Biological Mechanisms
Early Onset Variables
Late Onset Variables
Stages of Substance Dependence and Recovery
A Causal Model for Substance Abuse
Problematic Behavior and Thought Patterns
Patterns of Use
Developmental Stages of Dependence
Recovery stages
Experience of Object Loss
Relapse Symptoms
Relapse Autopsy
Process of Relapse
Special Issues of Substance Dependence
Assessment
Purpose of Assessment
Motivational Interviewing
Individualized Treatment Plan
Assessment Questions
Multivariate Treatment Planning
Important Components of a Substance Abuse History
Objective Assessment
Psychological and Neuropsychological Assessment
Substance-Related Assessment Inventories
Mnemonic Screening Devices
Functional Importance of Substance Use
Follow-up Assessment
Conceptual Assessment of Substance Abuse
Questionnaires
Factors Indicating a Need for Adolescent Substance Use Assessment
Adolescent Screening and Assessment
Diagnostic Criteria for Codependency
Special Topic: Employment Setting
Prevention
Treatment Guidelines
Biopsychosocial Perspective
A Simple Comparison of Recovery and Mental Health Models
Theoretical Orientation
The Role of 12-Step and Other Self-Help Programs
Harm Reduction
Special Considerations for Dual Diagnosis
The Individual Entering Treatment
Treatment Concerns
Rational Emotive Therapy Philosophy
Therapist Guidelines
Preparation of Individuals, Couples, and Families for Recovery
Treatment Prioritization
Course of Treatment
Agents of Change
Areas of Personal Vulnerability for those in Treatment
Obstacles to Change
Overcoming Obstacles to Change
Individualized Treatment Planning
Guidelines for an Intervention
Legal Issues Associated with Screening and Assessing Adolescent Substance Use
Role of Americans with Disabilities Act
Continuum of Care
Key Aspects of Treatment
Substance Abuse-Dependence Continuum of Care Services
ASAM-PPC-2 Assessment Criteria
Specific Substance Class Treatment Considerations Associated with Continuum of Care
Community Reinforcement
Controlled Drinking: A Treatment Alternative
Solution-Focused Therapy
Potential Problems
Strategies for Improving Motivation (Miller & Rollnick, 1991)
Predictive Measures of Outcome
Therapist Responses to Slips
Decreasing Treatment Dropout Rate
Role of Family Treatment
Inpatient Treatment
Patient-Treatment Matching
Discharge and Aftercare
Treatment Interventions Supported by Research
Treatment Models
Medical Treatment for Substance Dependence
Integration of Psychotherapy and Pharmacotherapy
Evidence for Effectiveness of Combined Treatment
Individual Therapy
Importance and Usefulness of the Support Group Forum
Benefits of Support Groups
Therapeutic Group
Basic Areas of Education
Stages of Solution-Focussed, Outcome-Oriented Treatment
Group Topics
Marital and Family Therapy
Family Therapy
Family Patterns of Substance Dependency
Stages of Family Intervention
Relapse
Aversion Therapy for Alcohol Dependence
Moderation of Use
Recommendations for Improving Substance Abuse Treatment
Special Populations and Dual Diagnosis
Key Issues for Treating Dual Diagnosis Individuals
Dual Diagnosis
Adolescents
Geriatrics
AIDS-HIV
Adults Molested as Children
Women and Minorities
Court-Mandated Treatment
Skill Building Resources
Risk Factors for Substance Abuse
Consequences of Substance Abuse
Six Cardinal Signs Indicating Substance Dependence
Symptoms of Alcoholism
Do I Have a Drinking Problem?
Problem Drinker
Substance Use or Abuse: Diagnosing Dependency
Self-Diagnosis: Do You Have a Problem with Substance Use?
Relationship Addiction
Compulsive Gambling
Sexual Addiction
Substance Dependency: A Family Illness
Understanding the Dynamics of the Chemically Dependent Family
Recovery Needs of Family Members
Identifying Patterns of Codependency
Does Someone You Know Have a Problem with Substances?
Stages of Recovery
Recovery is a Choice
Your Choice
Why is Substance Abstinence Important?
How has Substance Abuse Affected Your Life?
How to Cut Down on Your Drinking
An Overview of Where I am and Where I am Going
Recovery Inventory
My Recovery Plan
Reviewing Your Recovery Program
Preparation for Attending a 12-Step Meeting
The 12 Traditions of Alcoholics Anonymous
Twelve Steps Outline
Ten Steps (Modification of 12 Steps)
Twelve Steps
Twelve Steps to Recovery
Taking Inventory
An Outline for Making Amends
The Five S's of Recovery
Understanding Craving
Coping with Craving
Assessing High-Risk Situations
Self-Monitoring Journal
Daily Log
Experience Log
Daily Recovery Schedule
Journal Writing as Part of Your Recovery
Evening and Weekend Schedule and Journal
Consequences
Relapse Prevention
Maintaining Progress
Interrupting Potential Relapse
Choices--Learning More About Yourself
Practicing Change
Increasing Self-Understanding
Lingering Withdrawal
What to do When Confronted with the Urge to Use
Points to Consider When Confronted with the Urge to Use Substances
Planning How to Cope with a Lapse
Dealing with a Slip, Lapse, or Relapse
Anticipating How to Cope with an Emergency
Getting Unstuck
Beast
Help Me
Refusal Skills
Substance Use Aggravates Stress
Self-Care Plan
Relaxing Without Substances
Excitement without Substances
Deep Breathing: A Relaxation Skill
Monitoring Use of Relaxation
Self-Control
Modified Drinking
What is Responsibility?
Coping with Disappointment
Surviving the Holiday Blues
Stinking Thinking
Understanding the Role of Thinking and Relapse
Coping with Negative Thinking
Managing Thoughts about Using Substances
List of Symptoms Leading to Relapse
Symptoms of Relapse
Early Warning Signs
Reviewing Personal Risks of Relapse
Feeling Like Your Life is Out of Control
Dealing With Feeling Emotionally Overwhelmed
Prevention
Developing and Utilizing Social Support
How to Build a Recovery Support System
Maintaining a Support System
Factors that Interfere with Developing a Social Support System
The Role of Relationships and Substance Use
Defense Mechanism Definitions
Defense Mechanisms
Dealing with Fear
Breaking Through the Negative Thoughts Cycle
Thought Stopping
Fifteen Rules for Emotional Health
Dealing with Difficult People
Surviving the Loss of a relationship
The Art of Negotiation
Self-Confidence
Coping with Confrontations
Dealing with Embarrassment or Being Self-Conscious
Coping with Embarrassment
Emotional First Steps for Dual Diagnosis
The Twelve Steps and Dual Diagnosis
Identifying Depression
Managing Depression
Understanding Grief
Daily Activity Schedule
Identifying Anxiety
Managing Anxiety
Anxiety Relapse
Identifying Feelings
Understanding Your Feelings
Self-Honesty
Communication
Communicating Difficult Feelings
Constructively Expressing Angry Feelings
Dealing With Criticism and Giving Feedback
Understanding Anger
Managing Anger
Ways of Dealing with Anger
The Steps for Letting Go of Anger
Goal Setting
Goal Development
Setting Priorities
Problem Solving
Decision Making
Time Management
How to Budget
Your Personal Budget
Applying for a Job
How to Give a Good Job Interview
Setting Career Goals
Work Ethics
Survey of Personal Strengths
Writing a Thank you Letter
Sample Letter
Coping Skills for Caregivers
Guidelines for Family Members-Significant Others of the Alcoholic-Chemically Dependent Individual
Detaching with Love Versus Controlling
The Enabler--The Companion to the Dysfunctional-Substance Abusing Person
Healing for the Substance Abusing Family: From Enabling to Recovery
No Talk Rule
Stages of Family Adjustment to Substance Dependence
Ten Steps to Feeling Better if You are an Adolescent Living with Someone Who Uses Substances
First Step for Family Members and Significant Other
Functional Vs. Dysfunctional Families
Parenting Style and Adolescent Substance Use
Healthy Parenting, Healthy Family
The Healthy Family is a Parent-Centered Family
Parents Helping Children
Summary of Substances
I Think My Child may be Using Substances
A Parent's Checklist about Adolescent Substance Use
Adolescent Substance Abuse Quiz
Actions to take if Your Child is Using Substances
Dealing with Peer Pressure
Dealing with Peer Pressure
Dealing with Peer Pressure
Dealing with Peer Pressure
Family Rules and Expectations
Tips for Parents
Keeping Children Drug-Free
How Substance Abuse Harms an Unborn Child or Nursing Child
Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS)
Identifying Children of Substance Abusing Parents
Self-Esteem and Mentoring
Characteristics Often Found in Members of Substance-Dependent Families
How to Help Children Through a Crisis
A Parents' Pledge
The House with the Pink Elephant
Parents, Teenagers, and Honest Communication
Skills for Positive Parenting
Understanding the Experience of the Significant Other
Twelve Things You can do if Your Loved One is a Substance Abuser
Eight Steps for Feeling Better if You Live with Someone Who Abuses Substances
Breaking the Codependency Cycle
Signs of an Unhealthy Relationship
Ten Ways to Improve Your Marriage
Working Together
Being a Healthy Couple
Self-Acceptance
Stop the Rescuing
Adult Children of Alcoholics
Children of Alcoholics
The Consequences of Codependency
Feelings
Behaviors of the Codependent
How to Deal with Codependency
Couples Homework
Couples Learning to Solve Problems
Relationship Challenges
Improving Relationships by Using Clear Communication
Communication Guidelines
A Senior's Guide for Using Medications Wisely
Nail in the Fence
Information Sheets
National Helplines

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