3 edition of Treating patients with alcohol and other drug problems found in the catalog.
Treating patients with alcohol and other drug problems
Robert D. Margolis
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Robert D. Margolis and Joan E. Zweben|
|Contributions||Zweben, Joan E.|
|LC Classifications||RC564 .M29 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||1433809656, 1433809664|
|ISBN 10||9781433809651, 9781433809668|
|LC Control Number||2010042152|
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In this new edition of Treating Patients With Alcohol and Other Drug Problems, scholar-practitioners Robert D. Margolis and Joan E. Zweben reprise their treatment-oriented survey of assessing alcohol and other drug (AOD) problems for practitioners to make informed referrals of clients in a variety of intake settings.
And although referral is certainly appropriate in many cases, this new edition of the book Cited by: The second edition of Treating Patients With Alcohol and Other Drug Problems: An Integrated Approach includes new material on individual psychotherapy and family therapy for clients with AOD problems, as well as an updated overview of the treatment community (both self-help and professional) that examines the basic assumptions and operating principles of various treatment venues in an Pages: In this new edition of Treating Patients With Alcohol and Other Drug Problems: An Integrated Approach, scholar-practitioners Robert D.
Margolis and Joan E. Zweben reprise their treatment-oriented survey of assessing alcohol and other drug (AOD) problems for practitioners to make informed referrals of clients in a variety of intake settings.2/5(1). Treating Patients With Alcohol and Other Drug Problems: An Integrated Approach points out ways that therapists can deduce whether a client might be abusing drugs.
The authors review the etiology of drug dependence and different methods of assessment, the range of treatment approaches and the types of patients appropriate for them, and relapse prevention. 16 ALCOHOL AND OTHER DRUG PROBLEMS addiction.
An example is the early psychoanalytic view of alcoholism as a regressive phenomenon or a return to infan- tile fixations such as oral dependency needs (Frances, Frank- lin, & Borg,p.
The psychiatric approach to addic- tion dominated treatment centers until the s. "Despite the prevalence of alcohol and other drug abuse, psychotherapists typically receive inadequate training in treating these problems and are reluctant to take on substance-abusing patients.
This practical book promises to change all by: In this new edition of Treating Patients With Alcohol and Other Drug Problems: An Integrated Approach, scholar-practitioners Robert D. Margolis and Joan E. Zweben reprise their treatment-oriented survey of assessing alcohol and other drug (AOD) problems for practitioners to make informed referrals of clients in a variety of intake settings.
About the author () Arnold M. Washton, PhD, is Executive Director of Recovery Options, a private practice in New York City and Princeton, New Jersey, dedicated to treating alcohol and drug. Author: Dennis C. Daley Publisher: Oxford University Press ISBN: Size: MB Format: PDF View: Get Books This expanded edition of the successful Graywind title, Managing Your Drug and Alcohol Problem: Therapist Guide provides an evidence-based treatment protocol for all types of substance use disorders.
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He has a new book by John Wiley and Son's titled Treating Alcoholism: How to Help Your Clients Enter Recovery that trains new professionals how to treat patients with alcohol problems.
Kaner EF, Dickinson HO, Beyer F, et al. The effectiveness of brief alcohol interventions in primary care settings: a systematic review.
Drug Alcohol Rev. ;28(3) 9. Fleming M, Manwell LB. Brief intervention in primary care settings. A primary treatment method for at-risk problem, and dependent drinkers.
Alcohol Res Health. ;23(2. Treating Patients With Alcohol and Other Drug Problems: An Integrated Approach points out ways that therapists can deduce whether a client might be abusing drugs. "In this new edition of Treating Patients With Alcohol and Other Drug Problems: An Integrated Approach, scholar-practitioners Robert D.
Margolis and Joan E. Zweben reprise their treatment-oriented survey of assessing alcohol and other drug (AOD) problems for practitioners to make informed referrals of clients in a variety of intake settings.
with alcohol and other drug problems who seek or participate in treatment differ significantly in their levels of motivation to change. Using an alcohol version of the University of Rhode Island Change Assessment (URICA) scale, DiClemente and Hughes () reported on the various stages of change among alcohol-dependent patients seeking.
Co-Morbid Alcohol Problems •% of the US population had experienced an alcohol disorder during their lifetime •A third of those people have had at least one other psychiatric diagnosis, this number is even higher among women.
•22% of mood disordered patients have an alcohol use disorder, % anxiety patients, % of antisocial. when alcohol is ingested while the drug is active.
The intensity of reactions depends both on drug dosage and amount of alcohol subsequently in-gested—with large doses of [email protected] and alco-hol combined, reactions may be fatal.
After tak-ing [email protected], the patient’s desire to drink will be dulled by the thought of inevitably getting sick (). The crucial message that runs persistently through Treating Alcohol and Drug Problems in Psychotherapy Practice is that sympathy for the plight of an individual suffering from substance misuse, respect for autonomy, and continual support and encouragement must always be paramount, in spite of ambivalence, denial, mistrust, aggression, or anger.
Level 1 Trauma: Screening and Assessment. Studies of samples of hospitalized trauma patients have shown that from 20 to 86 percent test positive for alcohol or other drugs (Sloan et al., ). For example, analysis of data from 4, trauma patients in six regional trauma centers in the United States found that percent had a positive blood alcohol concentration (BAC) on admission.
Patients in Edinburgh and the Lothians face the worst waits for drug and alcohol treatment in Scotland, official figures show. By The Newsroom Friday, 28th Juneam. relate to the treatment of patients with dual disorders.
Rather, the primary goal is to provide treatment recommendations that are practical and useful. Indeed, the usefulness of this TIP can be enhanced by blending these recommendations with those of another TIP such as Intensive Outpatient Treatment for Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) doing.Managing Alcohol, Tobacco and other Drug Problems book.
Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Advice and treatment by physicians and n.In addition, women entering treatment for alcohol-related problems are more likely than men to identify factors other than drinking (e.g., stressful life events, mental health symptoms) as their primary problems and, at least as indicated by earlier studies, have been more likely to report shame and embarrassment at treatment entry (Thom ).