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Substance Abuse and Addiction Treatment Practical Application of Counseling Theory

ISBN-10: 013254265X
ISBN-13: 9780132542654
Edition: 2014
Authors: Todd F. Lewis
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Book details

List price: $116.00
Copyright year: 2014
Publisher: Pearson Education
Publication date: 2/28/2013
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 400
Size: 7.50" wide x 9.00" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 1.826
Language: English

Substance Abuse and Addiction Treatmentshows how to help clients struggling with addiction by looking through the lens of counseling theory. After tackling basic concepts of substance abuse and dependence counseling, it looks at different counseling theories and how each supports the client with substance abuse issues. Offering more how-to's than most books, the author provides concrete descriptions of counseling theory in action, so readers know how to intervene during a real counseling session. A consistent case study is used throughout the entire book to illustrate different treatment approaches and techniques. 

Introduction
The Importance of Theory
A Possible Roadmap to Theory Utilization
A Word about Evidence-Based Treatments
Case Study: The Case of Michael
Multicultural Issues in Substance Abuse Counseling
Summary
References
Basic Concepts of Substance Abuse and Addictions Counseling
Terms, Models, and Ethical Issues in Substance Abuse and Addiction
Introduction
The Scope of Substance Abuse and Addiction
Basic Terminology of Addiction
Models of Addiction
Ethical and Legal Issues Related to Substance Abuse and Addiction
Other Ethical and Legal Issues
The NAADAC Code of Ethics
Summary
References
Substance Classifications, Effects, and Associated Dangers
Introduction
Physiological and Pharmacological Aspects Related to Substance Abuse and Addiction
Mechanisms of Action
Routes of Administration
How the Brain Becomes Addicted: A Theory
Additional Terminology
Substance Classifications, Effects, and Dangers
Central Nervous System Depressants
Central Nervous System Stimulants
Opiates
Hallucinogens
Marijuana
Inhalants
Federal Drug Administration Schedule of Substances
Summary
References
Assessment, Diagnosis, and Treatment Planning
Introduction
Evaluation and Diagnosis
Screening for Substance Use Problems
Assessment
Substance Abuse Screening and Assessment Protocol: An Example
Assessment Feedback
Substance-Related Diagnoses
Substance Use Disorders
Substance-Induced Disorders
Dual Diagnosis
Diagnostic Changes on the Horizon: DSM-V and Substance Use Disorders
Treatment Planning
Treatment Settings
The Treatment Plan
Do a Client Map
Sample Do a Client Map
Summary
References
Theoretical Approaches Supported by Empirical Evidence
Motivational Interviewing
Introduction
A Bit of History
Goals of Ml
Influences on Ml
Ways to Implement Ml
The Major Tenets of Motivational Interviewing: Basic Overview
Ml Spirit
Principles of Ml
The Four Key Processes of Ml
Application of Motivational Interviewing
Increasing Importance
Resolving Ambivalence
Enhancing Confidence
Strengthening Commitment
Motivational Interviewing in the Treatment of Diverse Populations
Case Study: Using Ml with the Case of Michael
Strengths, Limitations, and Ethical Issues Related to MI
References
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Introduction
The Major Tenets of Cognitive Theory: Brief Overview
Cognitive Schemas
Automatic Thoughts
Cognitive Distortions
Cognitive Models of Substance Abuse and Addiction
Complete Cognitive Model of Substance Use
Application of Cognitive Therapy with Substance Abuse Problems
Therapeutic Relationship
Assessment
Session Structure
Cognitive-Based Techniques
Behavior Theory, Counseling, and Techniques
Behavioral Techniques
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Examples
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in the Treatment of Diverse Populations
Case Study: Using Cognitive Behavior Therapy in the Case of Michael
Strengths, Limitations, and Ethical Issues Related to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
References
Relapse Prevention in the Treatment of Substance Abuse and Addiction
Introduction
The Major Tenets of Relapse Prevention: Brief Overview
What Is a Relapse?
Recovery and Its Relation to Relapse
REBT and Relapse
Application of Relapse Prevention in the Treatment of Substance Use
Relapse Prevention Goals and Style
Relapse Management
Behavioral Chain Analysis: Breaking Down What Happened
Emerging Relapse Prevention Strategies
Relapse Prevention in the Treatment of Diverse Populations
Case Study: Using Relapse Prevention Strategies in the Case of Michael
Strengths, Limitations, and Ethical Issues Related to Relapse Prevention
References
Applying Group Theory in the Treatment of Substance Abuse and Addiction
Introduction
The Major Tenets of Group Therapy: Brief Overview
Inpatient vs. Outpatient Addictions Group Counseling
Therapeutic Factors
Stages of Group Therapy
Application of Group Therapy with Substance Abuse and Addiction Problems
Working with Client Defenses
Other Considerations in Substance Abuse Group Counseling
Common Substance Abuse and Addiction Group Formats
Other Techniques
Substance Abuse and Addiction Group Counseling through the Lens of Theory
Mutual Support Groups
The Range of Mutual Help Groups
Incorporating Mutual Group Attendance into Therapy
Group Therapy in the Treatment of Diverse Populations
Case Study: Using Group Therapy in the Case of Michael
Strength, Limitations, and Ethical Issues Related to Group Therapy
References
Applying Family Systems Approaches in the Treatment of Substance Abuse and Addiction
Introduction
The Major Tenets of Family Therapy: Brief Overview
Boundaries
Homeostasis
Subsystems
Rules
Bowen Systems Family Theory
Does Bowen's Work Have Any Empirical Support?
Characteristics of the Addicted Family
The Addicted Family
Family Roles
Enabling
Codependency
Application of Family Therapy with Substance Abuse Problems and Addiction
Bowen Systems Family Therapy
Techniques and Strategies
Sequential Family Addictions Model
Other Family Therapy Approaches
Family Systems Therapy in the Treatment of Diverse Populations
Case Study: Using Family Systems Therapy in the Case of Michael
Strengths, Limitations, and Ethical Issues Related to Family Therapy
References
Theoretical Approaches with Less Empirical Support
Solution-Focused Therapy in the Treatment of Substance Abuse and Addiction
Introduction
The Major Tenets of Solution-Focused Therapy: Brief Overview
Underlying Assumptions
Role of the Solution-Focused Clinician
Theory of Change
Criteria for Effective Counseling Outcomes
Application of Solution-Focused Therapy with Substance Abuse and Addiction Problems
Solution-Focused Based Techniques
Solution-Focused Therapy in the Treatment of Diverse Populations
Case Study: Using Solution-Focused Therapy in the Case of Michael
Strengths, Limitations, and Ethical Issues Related to Solution-Focused Therapy
References
Adlerian Therapy in the Treatment of Substance Abuse and Addiction
Introduction
The Major Tenets of Adlerian Theory: Brief Overview
Lifestyle
The Importance of Goals
The Tasks of Life
Social Interest: The Heart of Healthy Human Functioning
Application of Adlerian Therapy with Substance Abuse and Addiction Problems
Goals of Adlerian Therapy
Interpretation
Reorientation and Change
Adlerian-Based Techniques
Case Study
Adlerian Therapy in the Treatment of Diverse Populations
Case Study: Using Adlerian Therapy in the Case of Michael
Strengths, Limitations, and Ethical Issues Related to Adlerian Therapy
References
Gestalt Therapy in the Treatment of Substance Abuse and Addiction
Introduction
The Major Tenets of Gestalt Therapy: Brief Overview
Figure/Ground
Contact
Gestalt Cycle of Experience
Awareness
Here and Now
The Creative Stance and the Role of the Gestalt Clinician
Paradoxical Principle of Change
Criteria for Effective Counseling Outcomes
Application of Gestalt Therapy with Substance Abuse and Addiction Problems
Clemmens's Addictive Cycle Model
Working with the Person-Drug Relationship
Multiphasic Transformation Process
Gestalt-Based Techniques
Gestalt Therapy in the Treatment of Diverse Populations
Case Study: Using Gestalt Therapy in the Case of Michael
Strengths, Limitations, and Ethical Issues Related to Gestalt Therapy
References
Existential Therapy in the Treatment of Substance Abuse and Addiction
Introduction
The Major Tenets of Existential Therapy: Brief Overview
Dasein (Being-in-the-World)
Self-Transcendence
Authenticity
View of Human Nature
The Four Givens of Existence
Existential Psychodynamics
Process of Existential Therapy
Application of Existential Therapy with Substance Abuse and Addiction Problems
Development of Maladaptive Behavior
Goals of Existential Therapy with Substance Abuse and Addiction
Existential Techniques
Existential Therapy in the Treatment of Diverse Populations
Case Study: Using Existential Therapy in the Case of Michael
Strengths, Limitations, and Ethical Issues Related to Existential Therapy
References
Index

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