9780534641252

Alcohol, Other Drugs and Addictions A Professional Development Manual for Social Work and the Human Services

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  • ISBN13:

    9780534641252

  • ISBN10:

    0534641253

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2005-01-10
  • Publisher: Cengage Learning

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To help prepare you for the realities of working with clients affected by addictions, this beneficial text provides you with the necessary tools needed to competently translate addictions theory into practice. It offers a thorough examination of a range of models and perspectives for helping, and it encourages critical thinking to best match approaches with clients and situations. Presented in a work-text format, this book is full of cases, exercises, role-plays, and questions to increase your understanding of concepts and application to practice.

Table of Contents

Introduction
1(30)
Attitudes Toward Alcohol, Other Drugs, and Addictions (AODAs)
2(1)
Reflective Exercise
3(1)
Definitional Framework
4(9)
Educational Needs Assessment and Professional Development Plan
13(4)
Good Source of Information (GSI)
17(5)
Basic Facts for Primary Case Profiles
22(6)
Introductory Role-Play---World's Worst Addictions Counselor
28(1)
Journaling Exercise
29(1)
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30(1)
Pharmacology
31(35)
Categorization of Substances
31(14)
Biophysiology of Substance Use
45(1)
Progression of Substance Use
46(2)
Gateway Drugs
48(1)
Jeopardrugs
49(1)
From Information to Knowledge
49(11)
Converting Jargon Into Client-Appropriate Language
60(3)
Diversity
63(1)
Ethical Debate: Competence and Professional Turf
64(1)
Journaling Exercise
65(1)
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65(1)
Models of Helping Individuals With AODA Problems
66(24)
Application of Theory
77(3)
Professional Attitudes, Values, and Ethics
80(1)
Research Question
81(1)
Role-Play Exercise and Assignment
81(8)
Journaling Exercise
89(1)
InfoTrac College Edition
89(1)
Techniques of Engagement: Micro-Mezzo-Macro
90(26)
Motivation to Change
91(3)
Building Trust
94(5)
Identifying Stages of Change
99(1)
Support Systems
100(1)
Self-Efficacy
101(2)
Skills of the Transtheoretical Model
103(6)
Assignment 4.1: Engagement Phase
109(6)
Journaling Exercise
115(1)
InfoTrac College Edition
115(1)
Assessment: Micro-Mezzo-Macro
116(43)
The What, Who, When, Where, and Why of Assessments
116(4)
Brief Screening Assessments
120(5)
Comprehensive Biopsychosocial-Spiritual Assessment
125(10)
Ongoing Assessment
135(5)
Needs Assessment for an Organization or Community
140(3)
Assessment Quiz
143(3)
Assignment 5.1: Assessment
146(10)
Ethical Issues for Discussion
156(2)
Journaling Exercise
158(1)
InfoTrac College Edition
158(1)
Helping Families Change
159(43)
Families With Precontemplaters or Contemplaters
159(10)
Family Systems and AODAs
169(22)
Role-Play Exercises and Assignments
191(7)
Review Questions
198(2)
Journaling Exercise
200(1)
InfoTrac College Edition
201(1)
Facilitating Change Through Group Work and Treatment Programs
202(41)
Range of Services
202(21)
Theory Behind Group Process
223(4)
Phases of Group
227(9)
Ethics in Group Work
236(2)
Review Questions
238(4)
Journaling Exercise
242(1)
InfoTrac College Edition
242(1)
Helping Communities Change
243(21)
From Micro to Macro
243(2)
Initiating Community Change
245(2)
Community Development Approaches
247(3)
Working With Diverse Communities
250(11)
Applying AODA Knowledge to Community Situations
261(1)
Ethics Discussion Questions
262(1)
Journaling Exercise
263(1)
InfoTrac College Edition
263(1)
Health Promotion and Public Policy Development
264(29)
Matching Programs
264(6)
Planning and Presenting a Prevention Program
270(3)
Myth, Fact, or Mixed Evidence?
273(4)
Risk, Resilience, and Protective Factors
277(2)
Critiquing Current Policy
279(3)
Review Questions on Health Promotion and Policy
282(8)
Ethical Dilemmas
290(2)
Journaling Exercise
292(1)
InfoTrac College Edition
292(1)
Termination, Follow-Up, Maintenance, and Relapse Prevention
293(29)
Types of Termination
294(3)
Termination as Loss
297(2)
Interpreting Reactions to Termination
299(4)
Relapse Precipitants and Strategies for Maintenance
303(3)
Applying a Model of Relapse Prevention
306(3)
Referrals
309(3)
Ethical Issues in Follow-Up
312(2)
Role-Play Exercise and Assignment
314(7)
Journaling Exercise
321(1)
InfoTrac College Edition
321(1)
AODA Research and Evaluation
322(23)
Research
322(6)
Evaluation
328(14)
Journaling Exercise
342(1)
InfoTrac College Edition
343(2)
Appendix A Answers 345(4)
Appendix B Cross-Reference Grid 349(2)
Appendix C Table of Concordance 351(4)
Bibliography 355

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