Substance abuse disorders in clinical practice
Written for professionals working with substance abusers, this book is a comprehensive clinical primer on diagnosis and treatment. It describes history-taking, interpretation of toxicology results, principles of diagnosis, and a spectrum of treatment programs. Clinical advice, based on research and the author's extensive experience, is tailored to the managed care context and takes into account the reality that persons often abuse multiple substances.
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