Chemical Dependency Counseling

Author: Robert R. Perkinson
Publisher: SAGE Publications
ISBN: 9781506307367
Release Date: 2016-08-11
Genre: Psychology

The best-selling Chemical Dependency Counseling: A Practical Guide provides counselors and front-line mental health professionals with the information and skills they need to use evidence-based treatments, including motivational enhancement, cognitive behavioral therapy, skills training, medication, and 12-step facilitation. Guiding the counselor step by step through treatment, author Robert R. Perkinson presents state-of-the-art tools, forms, and tests necessary for client success while meeting the highest standards demanded by accrediting bodies. The Fifth Edition of this landmark text has been updated to include coverage of current topics of concern for counselors, including full compliance with DSM-5, new coverage of steps 6 – 12 in 12-step facilitation, discussions on synthetic and designer drugs, new psychotherapeutic medications, new survey data on patterns of use and abuse, a list of online recovery support groups for clients, and a new section on Recommendations for a Successful First Year in Recovery.

Introduction to Chemical Dependency Counseling

Author: Jerome David Levin
Publisher: Jason Aronson
ISBN: 0765702894
Release Date: 2001
Genre: Medical

This book is a basic resource of knowledge about alcoholism and drug addiction. The authors cover the scientific and clinical aspects of chemical dependency in a balanced way with case vignettes to illustrate clinical issues. The book is suitable for a number of student needs. Students preparing for the Certified Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Counselor (CASAC) examination will find topics discussed that are drawn from the certification examination requirements. The text can stand as a main source for college-level courses in addictions or chemical dependancy in the mental health health programs, and can be used as a college or stand-alone introduction to chemical dependancy and counseling. Psychologists, social workers, clergy, and other professional counselors who wish to supplement their knowledge about chemical dependancy will find this text serves as a valuable reference. After an introduction to the general problems of substance abuse counseling, the authors delineate the different types of drugs and their effects, organize the relevant information used in the assessment and diagnosis of addictions, integrate knowledge of human development with causes of dependancy and addiction, and explore the impact of addiction on health and the family. They then focus on the principles of chemical abuse counseling, including treatment planning, the different schools of counseling, how to understand and manage relapse, and special populations. They conclude with ethical considerations involved in treating chemical abusers. The authors believe that chemical dependency counseling is the only profession that treats substance abuse as a primary disorder and disease with its own causes, course, progression and complication. Chemical dependency counseling must deal with and absorb a complex and intriguing web of fact and theory drawn from sciences, medicine, and other fields. But the practical side of chemical dependency counseling remains an art and a science. This book offers a whole set of specific techniques

Essentials of Chemical Dependency Counseling

Author: Gary Lawson
Publisher:
ISBN: 1416406913
Release Date: 2015-12-01
Genre: Alcoholism counseling

The fourth edition of this well-known, evidenced-based text presents new ways of thinking about and addressing problems related to chemical dependency treatment and prevention. Essentials of Chemical Dependency Counseling explores the full range of issues that face today's counselors and counselors-in-training. Three new chapters include help for aspiring counselors trying to negotiate the complex path of certification and licensure, an in-depth look at different types of psychopharmacology, and a review of evidenced-based practices for treating substance use disorders. Other updates include assessing readiness to change, couples counseling and chemical dependency, other addictions, uniting harm reduction and traditional treatment, and relapse prevention.The use of chapter objectives and discussion questions and the availability of an e-book instructor's manual make this an ideal textbook for use in chemical dependency counseling courses in programs of psychology, family therapy, and social work.

Dual Disorders

Author: Dennis C Daley
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 9781592857708
Release Date: 2009-07-31
Genre: Self-Help

The leading text on the biological and psychological relationship between mental illness and addiction, Dual Disorders contains important resources for individuals and their families. Depression. Schizophrenia. Post-traumatic stress disorder. Millions of individuals diagnosed with psychiatric or emotional disorders must battle an equally menacing and powerful disease--chemical dependency. First published in 1993, Dual Disorders is the leading text on the biological and psychological relationship between mental illness and addiction.The third edition of this Hazelden best-seller includes the latest research, information about medications, and an explanation of diagnostic criteria.Key features and benefits:outlines the relationship between chemical dependency and psychiatric disorderscontains important resources for chemically dependent individuals and their familiespresents practical relapse prevention strategies

Countertransference in Chemical Dependency Counseling

Author: Gary G Forrest
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 0789015242
Release Date: 2001-12-20
Genre: Medical

Understand countertransference phenomena to become a more effective therapist! This is the first book to examine the various roles of countertransference in chemical dependency counseling. It breaks new ground in its examination of the emotional, behavioral, cognitive, and interpersonal responses of chemical dependency counselors to their substance abusing/chemically dependent clients. Countertransference in Chemical Dependency Counseling will help you become more effective in your treatment relationships by developing better skills to understand, resolve, and manage countertransference. A user-friendly table at the beginning of the book facilitates a better understanding of your feelings about your clients and shows how various client behaviors typically affect the therapist's mindset. In Countertransference in Chemical Dependency Counseling you will find: definitions and historical perspectives of countertransference a look at the sources of countertransference distortion techniques for resolving and managing the phenomenon an exploration of the constructive and therapeutic dimensions of countertransference techniques for constructively utilizing countertransference phenomena an examination of contemporary and forward-looking issues--ethics, gender and multicultural realities, managed care, and more Countertransference is an ever-present reality in chemical dependency counseling. All CD/SA counselors, psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, and other health service providers working with substance abusers and chemically dependent persons need to own this book!

Chemical Dependency and the African American

Author: Peter Bell
Publisher: Hazelden Publishing
ISBN: 1568388810
Release Date: 2002
Genre: Self-Help

First published in 1990, Chemical Dependency and the African American is revised and expanded to reflect updated statistics and the latest information in the treatment field. An expert on the topic of how cultural differences affect addiction treatment, Peter Bell, makes the decisive case that there is room in the disease theory of addiction to accommodate racial issues--not as causal factors, but as contributive. Intrinsic to the holistic approach to addiction treatment, which addresses the individual's physical, mental, emotional, and physical health, are issues of race, culture, and class, says Bell. Unfortunately, these issues are largely ignored in the counselor-client setting. This leading text provides counselors with the framework for critical dialogue. Features a thorough discussion of the African American perspective toward addiction treatment explores the dynamics of race, culture, and class in treatment and recovery addresses specific racial identity/recovery issues a leading, valuable resource for counselors and therapists Peter Bell, executive vice president of Hazelden Publishing and Educational Services, is a nationally recognized author and trainer in the field of chemical dependency. He co-founded the Institute on Black Chemical Abuse and served as the organization's executive director for 15 years. Bell has worked as a consultant for treatment centers, schools, and government agencies, and has provided public-policy leadership on addiction issues. He lives in Minneapolis.

Concepts of Chemical Dependency

Author: Harold E. Doweiko
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781305177406
Release Date: 2014-03-14
Genre: Psychology

CONCEPTS OF CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY, Ninth Edition, provides comprehensive coverage and the latest information on a full spectrum of substance use disorders and the compounds commonly abused. Topics include the abuse of and addiction to alcohol; how the active agent in marijuana, THC, affects neural growth and development; the emerging body of evidence suggesting a relationship between marijuana abuse and psychotic disorders; the emerging body of evidence suggesting that marijuana is not as benign as it was thought to be a few years ago; and the abuse of cough syrups. Adding to the book's usefulness and relevance, Doweiko also covers topics not usually discussed in other substance abuse texts, including abuse of anabolic steroids, inhalants, infectious diseases associated with substance abuse, how the “war on drugs” has actually contributed to the problem of substance abuse/addiction in this country, and the “medical marijuana” debate. This edition includes new information on synthetic marijuana, mephredone, and dextromethorphan, among other substances; updates reflecting the new DSM-5; and a new chapter on the Biopsychosocial Model of Addiction. Students report that they appreciate the author's balanced approach, which allows them to form their own opinions, in contrast to some books that “preach” that “drugs are bad for you.” Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Substance Abuse Counseling

Author: Judith A. Lewis
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781305178281
Release Date: 2014-03-14
Genre: Medical

SUBSTANCE ABUSE COUNSELING, Fifth Edition, is at the cutting edge of the addiction field, combining a focus on the most current empirical studies with a firm belief that clients must be treated with a collaborative and respectful approach. These core values lay the basis for individualized treatment planning, attention to the client's social environment, a multicultural perspective, and a recognition that client advocacy is part of the counselor's role. Authors Lewis, Dana, and Blevins believe strongly that clients differ not only in the specific behaviors and consequences associated with their drug use but also in culture, gender, social environments, physical concerns, mental health, and a host of other variables. Using an integrated approach, the authors describe innovative methods for meeting clients' needs through personalized assessment, treatment planning, and behavior change strategies, showing students how to select the most effective treatment modalities for each client. Updated with new references, this edition features a stronger emphasis on motivational interviewing, expanded material on ethical considerations, coverage of cultural and diversity considerations in every chapter, and digital downloads of key forms that appear throughout the text. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

The Use of the Creative Therapies with Chemical Dependency Issues

Author: Stephanie L. Brooke
Publisher: Charles C Thomas Publisher
ISBN: 9780398078621
Release Date: 2009
Genre: Psychology

dependence, play therapy, and filial therapy; songs, music and sobriety; dance/movement therapy as an effective clinical intervention; using expressive arts therapy with young male offenders; a case study of dance/movement therapy with the dually diagnosed in a methadone treatment program; recovering identity and stimulating growth; individual drama therapy and the alcoholic; existential drama therapy and addictive behavior; and poetry therapy in the treatment of addictions. The strategies and discussions contained in this book will be of special interest to educators, students, and therapists as well as people struggling with substance abuse." --Book Jacket.

Smoke and Mirrors

Author: Dorothy Marie England
Publisher: Forward Movement
ISBN: 0880281669
Release Date: 2015-12-23
Genre: Religion

Written by dependency counselor Dorothy Marie England, a recovering dependency sufferer herself, Smoke and Mirrors exposes the unreal world in which the dependent person lives and the tricks used to deceive self and others. Drawing from the 12-step program of Alcoholics Anonymous, Mrs. England completes the circle of addiction recovery by clearly establishing the importance one's relationship with God plays in a full and freeing recovery. An important book for any leader and for those who deal with dependency in their friends and family.

The Quick Reference Guide to Addictions and Recovery Counseling

Author: Dr. Tim Clinton
Publisher: Baker Books
ISBN: 9781441244604
Release Date: 2013-10-15
Genre: Religion

The newest addition to the popular Quick-Reference Guide collection, The Quick-Reference Guide to Addictions and Recovery Counseling focuses on the widespread problem of addictions of all kinds. It is an A-Z guide for assisting pastors, professional counselors, and everyday believers to easily access a full array of information to aid them in formal and informal counseling situations. Each of the forty topics covered follows a helpful eight-part outline and identifies (1) typical symptoms and patterns, (2) definitions and key thoughts, (3) questions to ask, (4) directions for the conversation, (5) action steps, (6) biblical insights, (7) prayer starters, and (8) recommended resources.

Chemical Dependency Counseling A Practical Guide

Author: CTI Reviews
Publisher: Cram101 Textbook Reviews
ISBN: 9781467225250
Release Date: 2016-10-17
Genre: Education

Facts101 is your complete guide to Chemical Dependency Counseling , A Practical Guide. In this book, you will learn topics such as as those in your book plus much more. With key features such as key terms, people and places, Facts101 gives you all the information you need to prepare for your next exam. Our practice tests are specific to the textbook and we have designed tools to make the most of your limited study time.

Learning the Language of Addiction Counseling

Author: Geri Miller
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9781118721698
Release Date: 2014-09-08
Genre: Psychology

FULLY REVISED, COMPREHENSIVE, AND PRACTICAL Learning the Language of Addiction Counseling, Fourth Edition introduces counselors, social workers, and students to the field of addiction counseling and helps them acquire the knowledge and develop the skills needed to counsel individuals who are caught in the destructive cycle of addiction. Drawing from her years of experience working in the addiction-counseling field, Geri Miller provides an engaging, balanced overview of the major theoretical foundations and clinical best practices in the field. Fully updated, the Fourth Edition offers a positive, practice-oriented counseling framework and features: A research-based, clinical application approach to addiction counseling that practitioners can turn to for fundamental, practical, clinical guidelines Revised chapters that reflect important changes in research and practice, including new DSMTM-5 criteria, new assessment instruments, and new and expanded treatments Case studies, interactive exercises, end-of-chapter questions, and other resources that facilitate the integration of knowledge into practice “Personal Reflections” sections at the beginning of each chapter provide an invaluable, unique perspective on the author’s evolving views of addiction counseling Updated and expanded online Instructor’s Manual that includes brief video clips, PowerPoint® slides, test bank questions for each chapter, and sample syllabi From assessment and diagnosis of addiction to preparing for certification and licensure as an addiction professional, this comprehensive book covers all of the essentials.

Addictions Counseling

Author: Dianne Doyle Pita
Publisher: Crossroad 8 Avenue
ISBN: 0824522621
Release Date: 2004
Genre: Psychology

A wholly revised and updated edition of the book widely read by professional counselors as well as those who do the work of counselors, such as ministers, teachers, and nurses.

Theory and Practice of Addiction Counseling

Author: Pamela S. Lassiter
Publisher: SAGE Publications
ISBN: 9781506317311
Release Date: 2017-02-14
Genre: Education

Theory and Practice of Addiction Counseling by Pamela S. Lassiter and John R. Culbreth brings together contemporary theories of addiction and helps readers connect those theories to practice using a common multicultural case study. Theories covered include motivational interviewing, moral theory, developmental theory, cognitive behavioral theories, attachment theory, and sociological theory. Each chapter focuses on a single theory, describing its basic tenets, philosophical underpinnings, key concepts, and strengths and weaknesses. Each chapter also shows how practitioners using the theory would respond to a common case study, giving readers the opportunity to compare how the different theoretical approaches are applied to client situations. A final chapter discusses approaches to relapse prevention.