Alcoholism and Substance Abuse: Strategies for Clinical Intervention

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Simon and Schuster, 1985 - Medical - 650 pages
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Contents

Part One Etiological Factors in the Development
1
The Psychopharmacology of Addiction
49
Stress and Alcoholism
74
Part Two Assessment of Substance Abuse
105
Medical Complications Associated with Alcohol
137
Treatment Outcomes and Clinical Evaluation
193
The Clinical Assessment and Diagnosis of
225
Part Three Treatment Modalities
303
Concepts and
398
A Sys
431
Antabuse Treatment
451
The American SelfHelp Residential Therapeu
461
Alcoholics
508
Special Clinical Psychotherapeutic Concerns
523
Part Four Special Clinical Issues
575
The Clinical Management of Sexual Problems
594

Individual Treatment of Substance Abusers
337
The Clinical Practice of Group Psychotherapy
349
Family Therapy in the Treatment of Alcohol
376
Women and Alcohol
623
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About the author (1985)

Bratter practices psychotherapy in Scarsdale, NY and is the President-Founder of the John Dewey Academy in Great Barrington, MA.

Forrest is Executive Director of both Psychotherapy Associates, P.C., and the Institute for Addictive Behavioral Change in Colorado Springs, CO.

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