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The Resource Addiction treatment : a strengths perspective, Katherine van Wormer, Diane Rae Davis

Addiction treatment : a strengths perspective, Katherine van Wormer, Diane Rae Davis

Label
Addiction treatment : a strengths perspective
Title
Addiction treatment
Title remainder
a strengths perspective
Statement of responsibility
Katherine van Wormer, Diane Rae Davis
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
"This text is grounded in the empowerment perspective and the harm reduction approach. Emphasis is on the biology of addiction, but there are also sections on the psychological and social components of addiction and treatment, with material on the spiritual components integrated throughout. After an overview of the nature of addiction, the section on biology covers issues such as of the impact of substance misuse on the body. One chapter is devoted to gambling and other behavioral addictions. The section on the psychology of addiction looks at addiction across the life span, helping strategies, and co-occurring mental disorders. The final section, on social aspects of addiction, considers family risks, self-help groups, race and culture issues, and public policy. Case boxes are included. An appendix lists advocacy organizations, federal agencies, and organizations devoted to prevention, research, and self-help. Van Wormer is affiliated with the University of Northern Iowa. Davis is affiliated with Eastern Washington University." -- Provided by publisher
Cataloging source
BTCTA
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Van Wormer, Katherine S
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
RC564
LC item number
.V35 2013
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
NLM call number
  • 2012 D-649
  • WM 176
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Davis, Diane Rae
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Addicts
  • Drug addiction
  • Substance abuse
  • Alcoholism
  • Behavior, Addictive
  • Substance-Related Disorders
  • Disruptive, Impulse Control, and Conduct Disorders
  • Feeding and Eating Disorders
  • Gambling
  • Sexual and Gender Disorders
Label
Addiction treatment : a strengths perspective, Katherine van Wormer, Diane Rae Davis
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • pt. 1. Introduction -- 1. The nature of addiction -- What is addiction? -- Biopsychosocial-spiritual model -- Prevalence of substance misuse -- The grip of addiction -- The strengths perspective -- Themes in recovery -- Finding the strengths in divergent models -- Harm reduction and the strengths approach -- Empirical research -- Treatment trends -- Summary and conclusion -- 2. Historical perspectives -- Introduction -- Early use and misuse of intoxicants -- The European context -- Colonial America -- Prohibition of alcohol -- Marijuana control efforts -- Modern war on drugs -- History of gambling and treatment -- History of addiction treatment --
  • pt. 2. The biology of addiction -- 3. Substance misuse, dependence, and the body -- Properties of alcohol and other drugs -- Consumption levels worldwide -- Metabolism -- The brain and addiction -- Medical consequences of substance misuse -- Biologically based interventions -- Behavioral therapies -- Changing brain chemistry -- Pharmaceutical interventions -- Holistic approaches -- Summary and conclusion -- 4. Gender and sexual orientation differences -- Introduction -- Gender differences -- Substance abuse counseling and sexual orientation -- Summary and conclusion -- 5. Gambling, eating disorders, shopping, and other behavioral addictions -- Disordered or compulsive gambling -- Canadian research -- Eating disorders -- Shopping or spending addiction -- Hoarding -- Lost in cyberspace -- Are Facebook and texting addictive -- Sex addiction -- Cognitive therapy and the strengths perspective --
  • pt. 3. The psychology of addiction -- 6. Addiction across the life span -- The stages of growth and development -- Teenage drinking and using -- The extent of substance use in the United States -- The business side of youth addiction -- Prevention of substance misuse in teens -- Gender-specific programming for girls -- Addiction problems in middle adulthood -- Addiction problems among older adults -- Prevention of relapse -- Spiritual healing -- Summary and conclusion -- 7. Screening and assessment -- Introduction -- Screening instruments and strategies -- Assessment tools -- Assessing levels of care -- Elder screening and assessment -- Diagnosing addiction problems -- Assessment and the strength perspective -- Summary and conclusion -- 8. Strengths- and evidence-based helping strategies -- Introduction -- Harm reduction -- Harm reduction psychotherapy -- Motivational interviewing -- Phase II : closing the deal -- Solution-focused therapy -- Cognitive-behavioral therapy -- Relapse prevention -- Research on CBT effectiveness -- Group therapy -- Traditional treatment and the continuum of care -- Summary and conclusion -- 9. Substance misuse with a co-occurring mental disorder or disability -- Introduction -- Substance misuse and mental disorders -- The perils of differential diagnosis -- Disorders that commonly co-occur with substance misuse -- A conceptual framework : the quadrant model -- Integrated treatment practices -- Stage-wise treatment -- Engagement stage -- Persuasion stage -- Active treatment and relapse prevention -- Assertive community treatment (ACT) -- Case management teams -- Substance misuse and developmental, physical, and cognitive disabilities --
  • pt. 4. Social aspects of addiction -- 10. Family risks and resiliencies -- Classic family systems therapy -- Modern developments -- Family adaptation to addiction -- Wegscheider's role theory -- Some modern treatment models -- Stages of change and family treatment -- Work with families in which there are co-occurring disorders -- In situations of domestic violence -- Cultural considerations -- Healing -- Exercises for family groups -- Summary and conclusion -- 11. Mutual-help groups : a strengths perspective -- Introduction -- Alcoholics Anonymous -- Gamblers Anonymous -- Other twelve-step groups -- Other mutual-support groups -- Recovery community centers -- How to support client involvement in mutual-help groups -- Summary and conclusion -- 12. Race, ethnic, culture, and class issues -- Introduction -- Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders -- American Indians and Alaskan Natives -- Hispanics/Latinos -- African Americans -- Summary and conclusion -- 13. Public policy -- Welfare reform -- Policies pertaining to the treatment profession -- The war on drugs -- Mandatory sentencing -- Civil asset forfeitures -- Drug-free zones -- The punishment of pregnant drug addicts -- Harm reduction -- The middle road -- Policies related to gambling -- Some positive steps toward harm reduction
Control code
748330206
Dimensions
24 cm
Edition
3rd ed.
Extent
xx, 684 pages
Isbn
9780840029164
Lccn
2011943253
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)748330206
Label
Addiction treatment : a strengths perspective, Katherine van Wormer, Diane Rae Davis
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • pt. 1. Introduction -- 1. The nature of addiction -- What is addiction? -- Biopsychosocial-spiritual model -- Prevalence of substance misuse -- The grip of addiction -- The strengths perspective -- Themes in recovery -- Finding the strengths in divergent models -- Harm reduction and the strengths approach -- Empirical research -- Treatment trends -- Summary and conclusion -- 2. Historical perspectives -- Introduction -- Early use and misuse of intoxicants -- The European context -- Colonial America -- Prohibition of alcohol -- Marijuana control efforts -- Modern war on drugs -- History of gambling and treatment -- History of addiction treatment --
  • pt. 2. The biology of addiction -- 3. Substance misuse, dependence, and the body -- Properties of alcohol and other drugs -- Consumption levels worldwide -- Metabolism -- The brain and addiction -- Medical consequences of substance misuse -- Biologically based interventions -- Behavioral therapies -- Changing brain chemistry -- Pharmaceutical interventions -- Holistic approaches -- Summary and conclusion -- 4. Gender and sexual orientation differences -- Introduction -- Gender differences -- Substance abuse counseling and sexual orientation -- Summary and conclusion -- 5. Gambling, eating disorders, shopping, and other behavioral addictions -- Disordered or compulsive gambling -- Canadian research -- Eating disorders -- Shopping or spending addiction -- Hoarding -- Lost in cyberspace -- Are Facebook and texting addictive -- Sex addiction -- Cognitive therapy and the strengths perspective --
  • pt. 3. The psychology of addiction -- 6. Addiction across the life span -- The stages of growth and development -- Teenage drinking and using -- The extent of substance use in the United States -- The business side of youth addiction -- Prevention of substance misuse in teens -- Gender-specific programming for girls -- Addiction problems in middle adulthood -- Addiction problems among older adults -- Prevention of relapse -- Spiritual healing -- Summary and conclusion -- 7. Screening and assessment -- Introduction -- Screening instruments and strategies -- Assessment tools -- Assessing levels of care -- Elder screening and assessment -- Diagnosing addiction problems -- Assessment and the strength perspective -- Summary and conclusion -- 8. Strengths- and evidence-based helping strategies -- Introduction -- Harm reduction -- Harm reduction psychotherapy -- Motivational interviewing -- Phase II : closing the deal -- Solution-focused therapy -- Cognitive-behavioral therapy -- Relapse prevention -- Research on CBT effectiveness -- Group therapy -- Traditional treatment and the continuum of care -- Summary and conclusion -- 9. Substance misuse with a co-occurring mental disorder or disability -- Introduction -- Substance misuse and mental disorders -- The perils of differential diagnosis -- Disorders that commonly co-occur with substance misuse -- A conceptual framework : the quadrant model -- Integrated treatment practices -- Stage-wise treatment -- Engagement stage -- Persuasion stage -- Active treatment and relapse prevention -- Assertive community treatment (ACT) -- Case management teams -- Substance misuse and developmental, physical, and cognitive disabilities --
  • pt. 4. Social aspects of addiction -- 10. Family risks and resiliencies -- Classic family systems therapy -- Modern developments -- Family adaptation to addiction -- Wegscheider's role theory -- Some modern treatment models -- Stages of change and family treatment -- Work with families in which there are co-occurring disorders -- In situations of domestic violence -- Cultural considerations -- Healing -- Exercises for family groups -- Summary and conclusion -- 11. Mutual-help groups : a strengths perspective -- Introduction -- Alcoholics Anonymous -- Gamblers Anonymous -- Other twelve-step groups -- Other mutual-support groups -- Recovery community centers -- How to support client involvement in mutual-help groups -- Summary and conclusion -- 12. Race, ethnic, culture, and class issues -- Introduction -- Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders -- American Indians and Alaskan Natives -- Hispanics/Latinos -- African Americans -- Summary and conclusion -- 13. Public policy -- Welfare reform -- Policies pertaining to the treatment profession -- The war on drugs -- Mandatory sentencing -- Civil asset forfeitures -- Drug-free zones -- The punishment of pregnant drug addicts -- Harm reduction -- The middle road -- Policies related to gambling -- Some positive steps toward harm reduction
Control code
748330206
Dimensions
24 cm
Edition
3rd ed.
Extent
xx, 684 pages
Isbn
9780840029164
Lccn
2011943253
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)748330206

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