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Essentials of Chemical Dependency Counseling (Item # 10737)

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3rd
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9780944480342

ISBN10:
0944480349
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Pub. Date:
3/1/2003
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Table of Contents

Introduction xi
Becoming a Chemical Dependency Counselor
1(24)
Chapter Objectives
1(2)
Characteristics of Good Counselors
3(4)
Characteristics of Good Chemical Dependency Counselors
7(4)
The Role of Values in Counseling
11(5)
Common Issues Faced by Chemical Dependency Counselors
16(6)
Discussion Questions
22(3)
Legal and Ethical Issues in Chemical Dependency Counseling
25(43)
Chapter Objectives
25(2)
Ethical Considerations in Chemical Dependency Counseling
27(20)
Ethical Decision Making
47(2)
Laws Governing the Practice of Chemical Dependency Counseling
49(4)
Other Legal and Ethical Issues in Chemical Dependency Treatment
53(7)
Counselor Certification
60(3)
Discussion Questions
63(5)
The Counseling Process
68(42)
Chapter Objectives
68(1)
Chemical Dependency Counselor Skills
69(15)
Individual Counseling
84(18)
Seeking and Selecting a Personal Approach to Counseling
102(1)
Documentation
103(1)
Supervision
104(2)
Client and Community Education
106(1)
Discussion Questions
107(3)
Characterizing Clients and Assessing Their Needs
110(64)
Chapter Objectives
110(1)
Diagnosis
111(2)
Chemical Dependency Behavior Classification and Symptoms
113(4)
Defining the Problem
117(3)
Definitions and Diagnoses
120(11)
Case Examples
131(9)
Goal Setting
140(1)
Client Motivation
141(2)
Motivational Techniques
143(1)
Summary
143(1)
Discussion Questions
144(2)
Appendix 4-A---Continuous Data Questionnaire
146(16)
Appendix 4-B---Drinker Inventory of Consequences
162(12)
Group Counseling in the Treatment of Chemical Dependency
174(41)
Chapter Objectives
174(1)
Introduction
174(1)
Why Use Groups?
175(3)
Advantages of Groups
178(1)
Limitations of Groups
178(1)
Types of Groups
179(5)
What Is Therapeutic about Groups?
184(6)
Failures in Groups
190(1)
Group Goals and Objectives
190(4)
The Group Leader
194(2)
Evaluating Group Counseling Skills
196(3)
Choosing Group Members
199(3)
Group Process
202(5)
Ethical and Professional Issues
207(2)
Seven Common Questions from New Group Leaders
209(4)
Discussion Questions
213(2)
Family Counseling: Seeing the Family As the Client
215(60)
Chapter Objectives
215(1)
Roots of Family Therapy
216(2)
Key Concepts in Viewing the Family As the Client
218(13)
Theories of Family Therapy
231(23)
Descriptions of the Alcoholic and Addict Family System
254(3)
The Intergenerational Transmission of Alcoholism
257(4)
Resilient Children of Alcoholics
261(3)
Evaluation of Family Therapy Treatment of Alcoholism
264(5)
Discussion Questions
269(6)
Dealing with Diversity
275(36)
Chapter Objectives
275(3)
Age and Developmental Stage
278(4)
Family History and Genetics
282(7)
Gender and Sexual History
289(5)
Mental Health and Personality
294(2)
Employment and Related Issues
296(1)
Racial and Cultural Affiliations
297(2)
Religion
299(1)
Medical Problems
299(2)
Attention Deficit Disorder or Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
301(1)
Criminal and Deviant Behavior
302(2)
Emotional Stress or a History of Personal Trauma
304(3)
Drugs of Choice
307(1)
Summary
308(1)
Discussion Questions
308(3)
Aftercare and Relapse Prevention
311(41)
Chapter Objectives
311(1)
Introduction
311(2)
Aftercare
313(12)
Relapse Prevention
325(22)
Discussion Questions
347(5)
Counseling Those ``Reluctant To Recover''
352(17)
Chapter Objectives
352(1)
Why People Don't Change
352(2)
Principles of Effective Treatment
354(10)
The Counselor's Role in a Patient's Lack of Response to Treatment
364(3)
Conclusion
367(1)
Discussion Questions
367(2)
Harm Reduction: A New Concept of Care
369(19)
Chapter Objectives
369(1)
Harm Reduction Described
370(2)
Examples of Harm Reduction Approaches in Prevention of Intoxication
372(6)
The Alcohol Skills Training Program (ASTP) Groups As an Example of Harm Reduction
378(8)
Discussion Questions
386(2)
How To Survive in a Chemical Dependency Agency
388(58)
Chapter Objectives
388(2)
Some Initial Considerations
390(9)
Early Job Adjustment in an Agency
399(3)
Communication Issues within an Agency
402(9)
Maintaining Communication with Outside Agencies
411(4)
Long-Range Counselor Job Adjustment: Dealing with Ethical Issues
415(4)
Long-Range Counselor Survival: Job Adjustment and Avoiding Burnout
419(10)
Job Selection: A Critical Choice in Counselor Survival
429(9)
An Addendum
438(5)
Discussion Questions
443(3)
Some Questions and Answers
446(41)
Chapter Objectives
446(1)
Introduction
446(1)
Are There Differences between Male and Female Alcoholics, and How Should They Be Treated?
447(5)
Is Alcoholism Inherited?
452(4)
Are Recovering Alcoholics More Effective Alcoholism Counselors Than Nonalcoholics?
456(3)
Is Alcoholism a Disease?
459(1)
How Does Alcohol Abuse Affect the Sexuality of Alcoholics?
460(5)
Is There a Difference between Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse?
465(2)
How Should the Counselor Use Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous in the Overall Treatment Plan?
467(1)
What Is the Most Effective Treatment Model for Chemically Dependent People?
468(2)
Why, How, and When Should Families Be Involved in the Treatment Process?
470(1)
How Would You Approach and Confront a Close Friend, Colleague, or Coworker about His or Her Alcohol Problems?
471(8)
Discussion Questions
479(4)
Appendix 12-A---Useful World Wide Web Sites
483(4)
Index 487(16)
About the Authors 503


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