Integrated Treatment for Dual Disorders: A Guide to Effective Practice

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Kim Tornvall Mueser
Guilford Press, 2003 - Psychology - 470 pages
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A guide for health and medical practitioners discusses treatment of patients with both psychiatric disorders and substance abuse problems.
  

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I don't know that anyone could or should read this from cover to cover. I didn't, but it wasn't because I didn't find it useful, it's just a typical clinical book. The parts I did read though were good. Read full review

Contents

Substance Abuse and Severe Mental Illness
3
Principles of Integrated Treatment
16
Basic Organizational Factors
34
Detection Classification and Functional Assessment
49
Functional Analysis and Treatment Planning
65
StageWise Case Management
87
Motivational Interviewing
108
CognitiveBehavioral Counseling
121
MultipleFamily Groups
227
Residential Programs and Other Housing Options
239
Involuntary and Coerced Interventions
249
RESEARCH
301
Avoiding Burnout and Demoralization
307
A DualDisorder Treatment Fidelity Scale
337
B Educational Handouts
355
Assessment Instruments and Other Forms
415

Persuasion Groups
137
Family Collaboration
195
Behavioral Family Therapy
205

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About the author (2003)

Lindy Fox is a Research Associate at the New Hampshire-Dartmouth Psychiatric Research Center.

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