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Substance Abuse : Information for School Counselors, Social Workers, Therapists, and Counselors

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Edition:
2nd
ISBN13:

9780205306220

ISBN10:
0205306225
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
1/1/2000
Publisher(s):
Allyn & Bacon
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Summary

Substance Abuse, Second Edition, continues to provide counseling, social work, and other students with a detailed overview of the alcohol and other drug field. The new edition provides updated coverage and clinical examples to reflect the rapid changes in this area. New information includes the discussions of the latest edition of the Substance Abuse Subtle Screening Inventory, co-occurring disorders, and a section on the effect of managed care on professional ethics. The authors present balanced coverage of different treatment models as well as objective discussions of the controversies in the field.

Table of Contents

Preface ix
1 The Role of the Mental Health Professional in Prevention and Treatment
1(12)
The Need for Generalist Training
3(2)
Philosophical Orientation
5(1)
Attitudes and Beliefs
6(1)
Denial, Minimization, Projection, and Rationalization
7(2)
Helping Attitudes and Behaviors
9(2)
Overview of the Book
11(2)
2 Classification of Drugs
13(23)
Comprehensive Drug Abuse Prevention and Control Act
13(1)
The Concept of Dangerousness
14(1)
Definitions
15(1)
Central Nervous System Depressants
16(3)
Central Nervous System Stimulants
19(4)
Opioids
23(2)
Hallucinogens
25(2)
Cannabinols
27(3)
Inhalants and Volatile Hydrocarbons
30(1)
Anabolic Steroids
31(2)
Drugs Used in the Treatment of Mental Disorders
33(2)
Additional Reading
35(1)
3 Models of Addiction
36(16)
The Moral Model
37(1)
Sociocultural and Psychological Models of Addiction
38(3)
Medical Model of Addiction: The Disease Concept
41(7)
The Biopsychosocial Model of Addiction
48(3)
Summary
51(1)
4 Culturally and Ethnically Diverse Groups
52(31)
Native Americans and Alaska Natives
54(7)
Asian Americans
61(5)
African Americans
66(7)
Latino/Hispanic Populations
73(6)
Helping Culturally and Ethnically Diverse Populations
79(3)
Summary
82(1)
5 Assessment and Diagnosis
83(25)
Definitions of Use, Misuse, Abuse, and Dependence/Addiction
84(2)
Psychosocial History
86(8)
Signs of Adolescent Substance Abuse
94(1)
Self-Report Inventories
95(5)
Referral
100(2)
Diagnosis
102(5)
Summary
107(1)
6 Intervention
108(16)
Definition of Intervention
110(1)
The Johnson Model of Intervention
110(4)
Effectiveness of Intervention and Coercive Treatment
114(1)
Motivational Interviewing
114(8)
Summary
122(2)
7 Treatment of AOD Problems
124(31)
What Happens in Treatment?
124(4)
Treatment Strategies and Techniques
128(7)
Treatment Settings
135(3)
Substance Abuse Treatment and Managed Care
138(3)
Treatment and Special Populations
141(6)
Treatment Effectiveness
147(1)
Client-Treatment Matching
148(2)
Special Problems in Treatment
150(4)
Summary
154(1)
8 Twelve-Step and Other Types of Support Groups
155(17)
Alcoholics Anonymous
156(8)
Other Twelve-Step Groups
164(1)
Advantages and Disadvantages of Twelve-Step Groups
165(2)
Other Types of Self-Help Groups
167(4)
Summary
171(1)
9 Families
172(25)
Family Homeostasis
173(1)
Roles
174(3)
Family Rules
177(3)
Underlying Family Themes
180(2)
Family Subsystems and Boundaries
182(5)
Stepfamilies: System and Structure
187(2)
Helping Families
189(4)
Case Example
193(3)
Summary
196(1)
10 Children from Chemically Dependent Families
197(18)
Children of Alcoholics (COAs)
198(4)
Children Interpersonally Exposed to Alcohol and Drug Abuse
202(3)
Adult Children of Alcoholics (ACOAs)
205(7)
Assessment and Treatment Considerations
212(2)
Summary
214(1)
11 Codependency
215(21)
Definitions of Codependency
217(1)
Characteristics of Codependent Individuals
218(2)
Criticisms of Codependency
220(4)
Two Case Examples
224(6)
Implications for Mental Health Professionals
230(5)
Summary
235(1)
12 Relapse Prevention
236(17)
Need for Generalist Training in Relapse Prevention
237(1)
Definition of Slip and Relapse
238(1)
Frequency of Slips and Relapse
238(1)
Models of Relapse Prevention
239(5)
Essential Components to Relapse Prevention
244(7)
Preventing Slips from Escalating
251(1)
Summary
252(1)
13 HIV/AIDS
253(24)
Prevalence and Incidence
253(3)
Myths and Facts about HIV and AIDS
256(3)
Risk Factors and High-Risk Populations
259(6)
Assessment of Clients for HIV and AIDS: Signs and Symptoms
265(2)
Helping HIV-Infected Clients
267(6)
HIV-Related Issues Specific to the Helping Professional
273(3)
Summary
276(1)
14 Other Addictions
277(29)
Two Points of View about Other Addictions
277(3)
Food Addiction: The Eating Disorders
280(6)
Gambling Addictions
286(2)
Addiction to Sex and Love
288(2)
Addiction to Work: Workaholism
290(3)
Theoretical Paradigms and Other Addictions
293(7)
Assessment and Treatment Issues
300(4)
Summary
304(2)
15 Prevention
306(23)
Why Are Prevention Efforts Needed?
306(2)
Policy Issues in Prevention
308(4)
Prevention Classification Systems
312(6)
What Works in Prevention
318(9)
Prevention Resources
327(1)
Summary
327(2)
16 Confidentiality and Ethical Issues
329(14)
Confidentiality: 42 Code of Federal Regulations, Part 2 (42 CFR)
330(6)
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) and the Hatch Amendment
336(1)
Documentation
337(1)
Ethics
338(2)
Application of Confidentiality Regulations
340(2)
Summary
342(1)
References 343(23)
Index 366


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