Treating Addictive Behaviors
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Edition: 2nd 1998 (Revised)
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Organized around the stages of change described in the transtheoretical model by Prochaska and DiClemente, the new edition of this superb text features over 90% new material and covers practical, up-to-date strategies for the treatment of addictions and compulsive behaviors. New material includes: -advantages and disadvantages of the transtheoretical model for how people change -five contemporary conceptual/theoretical perspectives on why people change -where to start with polyproblem clients -predictors of long-term success -strategies for continuing care, and more.
Copyright year: 1998
Publication date: 5/31/2004
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
|The Transtheoretical Model of Change: Toward a Comprehensive, Transtheoretical Model of Change: Stages of Change and Addictive Behaviors|
|The Transtheoretical Model: A Critical Overview|
|Comments, Criteria, and Creating Better Models|
|Understanding Change-Five Perspectives: Readiness, Importance, and Confidence: Critical Conditions of Change in Treatment|
|Self-Regulation and the Addictive Behaviors|
|Alcohol Motivations as Outcome Expectancies|
|Preparing for Change: Enhancing Motivation for Change|
|Using Brief Opportunities for Change in Medical Settings|
|Working Through the Concerned Significant Other|
|Facilitating Change: Guiding Self-Change|
|A Wealth of Alternatives: Effective Treatments for Alcohol Problems|
|Sustaining Change: What Predicts Success? V.S. Westerberg|
|Continuing Care: Promoting the Maintenance of Change|
|11 Additional Chapters|