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Author Douaihy, Antoine B., 1965-
Title Humanizing addiction practice : blending science and personal transformation / Antoine Douaihy, H. Patrick Driscoll.
Imprint Cham, Switzerland : Springer, 2018.

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Author Douaihy, Antoine B., 1965-
Subject Substance abuse -- Treatment.
Substance abuse -- Treatment -- Philosophy.
Substance-Related Disorders -- therapy.
Alt Name Driscoll, H. Patrick,
Description 1 online resource (xxv, 118 pages)
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Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Online resource; title from PDF title page (SpringerLink, viewed June 29, 2018).
Contents Building a Mindset for Healing -- Cultivating Empathy and Emotional Openness in Practice -- Learning and Growing from Unpredictable Encounters -- Scientific Foundations for Addiction Practice -- Historical Context and Theoretical Models of Addiction -- Where Is the Origin of Social Stigma and Pessimism? -- Reasons for Optimism and Hope: Key Issues in Treatment Effectiveness -- The Effect of the Therapist in Addiction Treatment: Relationship Matters -- Motivational Interviewing: My Path towards Clinical and Personal Transformation -- Relapse Prevention -- Pharmacological Treatments -- Seven Robust Scientific Findings Informing Clinical Practices -- Working with Family and Significant Others -- Myths About Families and Addiction -- Impact of Substance Use Disorders on Family and Children -- Typical Concerns of Family Members About Co-Occurring Disorders -- Family-Based Interventions: What Works? -- Spirituality, Religion, and Mutual Support Programs; Introduction -- Spirituality and Religion -- Spiritual and Religious Treatments for Addiction -- Practical Considerations for Healthcare Practitioners About Spirituality and Addiction -- Mutual Support Programs -- The Varieties of Mutual Support Programs -- 12-Step Programs -- Myths About 12-Step Programs -- Scientific Evidence for 12-Step Programs and 12-Step Treatments -- Practical Suggestions for Facilitating 12-Step Involvement -- Reflections from Clinical Practice -- Trainees' Reflections on Clinical and Personal Growth -- Learning to Treat Addictions by Embracing the Spirit of MI: Jen Forsyth, 2016 -- Humanizing Practice Through MI as a Means of Clinical and Personal Transformation: Isaac Petersen, 2016 -- First Experience Learning to Work Therapeutically Using MI as a Way of Walking In-Step with the Patient: Erin Smith, 2012 -- Humanistic Approach Using MI as a Vehicle for Advocacy for Patients: Brittany Atuahene, 2017 -- Humanistic Approach as Means of Empathic Connection Between Different Walks of Life: Emilie Transue, 2017 -- MI as a Way to Replenish One's Personal (and Clinical!) Spirit: Lauren Goldshen, 2017 -- Humanistic Practice as Means to Self-Discovery: Jennifer Darby, 2017 -- Person-Centered Approach as Supplement to Treating Serious Chronic Illnesses and Understanding the True Meaning of Empathy: M. Usama Hindiyeh, 2017 -- Humanistic Practice as a Treatment for the Trainee's Soul; Alexandra Sansosti, 2017; Shriya Kaneriya, 2017; Gil Hoftman, 2017; H. Patrick Driscoll, 2018.
Summary This original, eloquent, compassionate, and timely book offers all healthcare practitioners interested and involved in addiction practice a powerful account of an addiction psychiatrist's journey of professional and personal growth, thereby offering readers a unique opportunity to learn deeply from the author's insights, experiences, and struggles in becoming a patient-centered empathic healer. Through sharing and exploring clinical experiences in addiction practice, this fascinating title delves into the lead author and his mentee's personal, professional, and ethical challenges and weaves together science and humanism, offering a wealth of experiential wisdom and tools that have the power to transform our understanding of therapeutic work with people with addictions. Written with empathy and humility, Humanizing Addiction: Blending Science and Personal Transformation provides a compelling argument and framework for integrating humanism with empirically grounded practices. This important book is an invaluable resource for healers from a range of backgrounds: physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, social workers, case managers, patient navigators, clinical and health psychologists, pharmacists, counselors, graduate students, and medical trainees involved in clinical care of people with addiction and substance use problems.
ISBN 9783319910055 (electronic bk.)
3319910051 (electronic bk.)
9783319910048 (print)
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-3-319-91005-5
OCLC # 1042217277


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