Addiction, Assessment, and Treatment with Adolescents, Adults, and Families
Time-effective intervention and prevention tools for dealing with addiction
Addiction, Assessment, and Treatment with Adolescents, Adults, and Families examines addiction concerns ranging from prevention to relapse, offering effective intervention techniques and assessment tools to ensure delivery of the best possible service to clients who represent a variety of populations and mental health issues. Leading addiction researchers address new developments in theory, methodology, treatment, and assessment on counselor beliefs, contingency management, group treatment, rapid assessment instruments, behavioral couples therapy (BCT), family-based intervention, motivational interviewing, and 12-step programs and faith-based recovery. This essential professional and academic resource presents case studies, reviews, research findings, and empirical papers that offer unique perspectives on a variety of topics, including evidenced-based practice, theory of reasoned action, harm reduction, juvenile justice, and treatment outcomes.
Addiction, Assessment, and Treatment with Adolescents, Adults, and Families presents sophisticated, cutting-edge theory and practice concepts that provide professionals, practitioners, and educators with a more varied focus than most current available books on addiction. Counselors working in mental health settings and EAP programs, psychiatric nurses working in hospitals and outpatient settings, social workers, and students pursuing degrees in social work, nursing, psychology, and criminal justice will benefit from the book’s wide range of appropriate addiction, treatment, and prevention methodologies.
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Research Controversies Provider Perspectives and Practice Implications
Implementation of Contingency Management Substance Abuse Treatment in Community Settings
How Can We Know How It Works?
A Review of the Literature and a Presentation of a Model
Empirical and Theoretical Support for the Inclusion of NonAbstinenceBased Perspectives in Prevention Services for Substance Using Adolescents
Use of the K6 Screening Scale
Use of Receiver Operating Characteristics Analysis
Substance Use in a State Population of Incarcerated Juvenile Offenders
An Important Assessment Issue for Substance Use in African American and Hispanic Youth
Defining Relapse from a Harm Reduction Perspective
Rationale Methods Findings and Future Directions
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