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Addiction Treatment : A Strengths Perspective

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1st
ISBN13:

9780534596705

ISBN10:
0534596703
Media:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
7/9/2002
Publisher(s):
Brooks Cole
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Summary

Part I. INTRODUCTION. 1. The Nature of Addiction. 2. Historical Perspectives. 3. Strengths-Based Helping Strategies. Part II. THE BIOLOGY OF ADDICTION. 4. Substance Abuse Misuse, Dependence, and the Body. 5. Interventions Related To Biology. PART III. THE PSYCHOLOGY OF ADDICTION. 6. Addiction Across the Lifespan. 7. Eating Disorders, Gambling, Shopping, and Other Behavioral Addictions. 8. Substance Misuse with a Coexisting Disorder or Disability. Part IV. SOCIAL ASPECTS OF ADDICTION. 9. Family Risks and Resiliencies. 10. Racial, Ethnic, and Cultural Issues. 11. Gender and Sexual Orientation Differences. 12. Mutual Help Groups: A Strengths Perspective. 13. Public Policy. Epilogue: Providing Options. Appendix.

Table of Contents

PART 1 INTRODUCTION 1(94)
The Nature of Addiction
3(34)
Introduction
3(1)
What Is Addiction?
4(7)
Biopsychosocial Model
11(2)
Prevalence of Substance Misuse
13(2)
The Grip of Addiction
15(2)
The Strengths Perspective
17(1)
Themes in Recovery
18(3)
Finding the Strengths in Divergent Models
21(2)
Empirical Research
23(4)
Harm Reduction and the Strengths Approach
27(1)
Treatment Trends
28(4)
Summary and Conclusion
32(5)
Historical Perspectives
37(29)
Introduction
37(1)
Early Use and Misuse of Intoxicants
38(2)
The European Context
40(1)
Colonial America
41(5)
Prohibition of Alcohol
46(3)
Marijuana Control Efforts
49(1)
Modern War on Drugs
50(1)
History of Addiction Treatment
51(9)
Summary and Conclusion
60(6)
Strengths-Based Helping Strategies
66(29)
Introduction
67(3)
Harm Reduction
70(8)
Motivational Interviewing
78(2)
Techniques for Enhancing Motivation
80(1)
Group Models
81(1)
Solution-Focused Therapy and Narrative Therapy: ``Third Wave'' Approaches
82(6)
Traditional Treatment and Strengths-Based Approaches
88(2)
Summary and Conclusion
90(5)
PART 2 THE BIOLOGY OF ADDICTION 95(78)
Substance Misuse, Dependence, and the Body
97(49)
Introduction
97(1)
Properties of Alcohol and Other Drugs
98(18)
Metabolism
116(4)
The Brain and Addiction
120(12)
Medical Consequences of Substance Misuse
132(7)
Summary and Conclusion
139(7)
Interventions Related to Biology
146(27)
Introduction
146(1)
Behavioral Therapies
147(3)
Changing Brain Chemistry
150(1)
Pharmaceutical Interventions
151(8)
Holistic Approaches
159(3)
Assessment of Alcohol and Other Drug Use
162(1)
Group Work for Early-Phase Treatment
163(5)
Summary and Conclusion
168(5)
PART 3 THE PSYCHOLOGY OF ADDICTION 173(108)
Addiction Across the Life Span
175(38)
Introduction
175(1)
The Stages of Growth and Development
175(2)
Teenage Drinking and Using
177(12)
Prevention of Substance Misuse in Teens
189(5)
Gender-Specific Programming for Girls
194(2)
Addiction Problems Among the Elderly
196(3)
Assessment
199(3)
Prevention of Relapse
202(3)
Spiritual Healing
205(2)
Summary and Conclusion
207(6)
Eating Disorders and Gambling, Shopping, and Other Behavioral Addictions
213(34)
Introduction
213(2)
Eating Disorders
215(7)
Compulsive Gambling
222(8)
Shopping Addiction
230(2)
Lost in Cyberspace
232(1)
Sex Addiction
233(1)
Cognitive Therapy and the Strengths Perspective
233(9)
Summary and Conclusion
242(5)
Substance Misuse with a Coexisting Disorder or Disability
247(34)
Introduction
247(1)
Substance Misuse and Mental Disorders
247(3)
The Perils of Differential Diagnosis
250(2)
Disorders and Disabilities That Commonly Coexist with Substance Misuse
252(2)
Integrated (Seamless) Treatment Practices
254(3)
Case Management Teams
257(3)
Strengths-Based Interventions
260(8)
Substance Misuse and Developmental, Physical, and Cognitive Disabilities
268(6)
Conclusion
274(7)
PART 4 SOCIAL ASPECTS OF ADDICTION 281(138)
Family Risks and Resiliencies
283(28)
Introduction
283(3)
Classic Family Systems Therapy
286(3)
Family Adaptation to Addiction
289(2)
Wegscheider's Role Theory
291(3)
Stages of Change and Family Treatment
294(8)
Healing
302(2)
Case Study
304(1)
Exercises for Family Groups
305(2)
Summary and Conclusion
307(4)
Racial, Ethnic, and Cultural Issues
311(28)
Introduction
311(4)
Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders
315(5)
Native Americans and Alaskan Natives
320(2)
Spiritual and Cultural Values
322(2)
Hispanics
324(4)
African Americans
328(4)
Model Ethnic-Centered Programs
332(1)
Summary and Conclusion
333(6)
Gender and Sexual Orientation Differences
339(32)
Introduction
339(1)
Gender Differences
340(17)
Substance Abuse Counseling and Sexual Orientation
357(6)
Summary and Conclusion
363(8)
Mutual-Help Groups: A Strengths Perspective
371(30)
Introduction
371(3)
Alcoholics Anonymous
374(16)
Gamblers Anonymous
390(1)
Other Twelve-Step Groups
391(1)
Other Mutual-Support Groups
392(2)
How to Support Client Involvement in Mutual-Help Groups
394(2)
Summary and Conclusion
396(5)
Public Policy
401(18)
Introduction
401(1)
Welfare Reform
402(1)
Policies Pertaining to the Treatment Profession
403(2)
The War on Drugs
405(1)
Mandatory Sentencing
406(2)
Civil Asset Forfeitures
408(1)
Punishing the Pregnant and Addicted
409(1)
Harm Reduction
410(1)
Methadone Maintenance
411(1)
The Middle Road
412(2)
Policies Related to Gambling
414(1)
Summary and Conclusion
415(4)
EPILOGUE Providing Options 419(6)
Revelations
419(2)
Comment
421(1)
Overview of the Book
422(3)
Appendix: Resources 425(4)
Index 429


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