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Title New directions in treatment, education, and outreach for mental health and addiction / Thalia MacMillan, Amanda Sisselman-Borgia, editors.
Imprint Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2018]

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Series Advances in mental health and addiction
Advances in mental health and addiction.
Subject Substance abuse.
Substance abuse -- Treatment.
Substance abuse -- Study and teaching.
Substance-Related Disorders.
Diagnosis, Dual (Psychiatry)
Mental Health Services.
Alt Name MacMillan, Thalia,
Sisselman-Borgia, Amanda,
Description 1 online resource.
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Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Intro; Acknowledgments; Contents; Contributors; Part I: Diagnosis; Chapter 1: Dual Diagnosis: AnA Introduction; Dual Diagnosis: AnA Introduction; Diagnosis andA Prevalence ofA Co-occurring Disorders; Treatment ofA Comorbid Mental Health andA Substance Use Disorders; Cultural Implications; Future Ramifications; References; Chapter 2: Evolution ofA Addiction Terminology; Introduction; What Defines aA Drug?; Addiction: TheA Origin ofA theA Term; Addiction: What It Is andA What It Is Not? What Does ScienceA Say?; Substance Use Disorder vs Substance Abuse vs Substance Misuse.
The Concept ofA Enabling andA Co-dependenceCo-occurring Disorders? Dual Diagnosis? What Is theA Correct Terminology?; Defining Recovery; Mutual Help vs Professional Treatment; Summary; References; Chapter 3: Comprehensive Assessment ofA Substance Abuse andA Addiction Risk inA Adolescence; Levels ofA Assessment; Validity ofA Assessment inA Adolescence; Assessing Substance Use andA Abuse; Screening Instruments forA Assessing Substance Use andA Abuse; Survey Questionnaires forA Assessing Substance Use andA Abuse; Clinical Interviews forA Assessing Substance Use andA Abuse.
Assessing Substance Knowledge andA ExpectanciesScreening Instruments forA Assessing Substance Knowledge andA Expectancies; Survey Questionnaires forA Assessing Substance Knowledge andA Expectancies; Assessing Mental andA Behavioral Health; Screening Instruments forA Assessing Mental andA Behavioral Health; Survey Questionnaires forA Assessing Mental andA Behavioral Health; Clinical Interviews forA Assessing Mental andA Behavioral Health; Assessing Executive Functioning; Survey Questionnaires forA Assessing Executive Functioning; Performance-Based Measures forA Assessing Executive Functioning.
Assessing Psychoeducational FunctioningSurvey Questionnaires forA Assessing Psychoeducational Functioning; Performance-Based Measures forA Assessing Psychoeducational Functioning; Assessing Life Skills; Survey Questionnaires forA Assessing Life Skills; Assessing theA Family; Survey Questionnaires forA Assessing theA Family; Assessing Readiness forA Change; Survey Questionnaires forA Assessing Readiness forA Change; Assessing Self-Efficacy; Brief Survey Questionnaires forA Assessing Self-Efficacy; Treatment Planning; Conclusion; References; Chapter 4: Portrait ofA Addiction; Introduction.
Risk FactorsMales; Females; The Dangers ofA theA Inaccurate andA Inequitable Diagnosis; Males; Females; Accessing Treatment Services; Males; Females; Moving Forward: Strengths andA Evidence-Based Helping Strategies; Conclusion; References; Chapter 5: The Relationship Between Attachment andA Addiction; Addiction andA Its Relationship toA Attachment; Attachment Theory; What Should Attachment Teach Us AboutA Substance Abuse Treatment?; Clinical Examples; References; Chapter 6: Addiction andA Self-Injury; Introduction; Chapter Outline; Origins ofA Self-Injury.
Summary This practice-enhancing volume assembles the latest innovative thinking on working with clients who have both mental health diagnoses and substance use disorders. Diagnosis is a central focus of the coverage, untangling the often-knotty considerations surrounding dual diagnosis and the complex issues surrounding treatment even in frequently seen combinations (e.g., depression/alcohol abuse). The section on practice emphasizes meeting patients where they are and making use of their community, cultural, and spiritual contexts in crafting interventions. And the book's ambitious chapters on professional development describe training programs with the potential to produce the next generation of responsive, knowledgeable, and flexible therapists. Among the topics covered: Comprehensive assessment of substance abuse and addiction risk in adolescents. The relationship between attachment and addiction. Addiction in the community: the role of emergency services. Substance use during and after major crisis and disaster: a practitioner's guide. Practice, advocacy, and outreach: perspectives on addiction services. Teaching the importance of developing the therapeutic relationship. New Directions in Treatment, Education, and Outreach for Mental Health and Addiction equips health and clinical psychologists, social workers, and addiction counselors and educators with a well-rounded understanding of a growing population, and a wealth of perspectives on effective new interventions.
Note Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed February 26, 2018).
ISBN 9783319727783 (electronic bk.)
3319727788 (electronic bk.)
9783319727776
331972777X
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-3-319-72778-3
OCLC # 1024080444
Additional Format Printed edition: 9783319727776


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