Addiction Intervention: Strategies to Motivate Treatment-Seeking Behavior / Edition 1

Addiction Intervention: Strategies to Motivate Treatment-Seeking Behavior / Edition 1

by Bruce Carruth, Deborah G Wright, Robert K White
     
 

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ISBN-10: 078900433X

ISBN-13: 9780789004338

Pub. Date: 04/28/1998

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

Addiction Intervention: Strategies to Motivate Treatment-Seeking Behavior shows you how to use the tools of intervention—the words, the steps, and the strategies—to be a change agent in the lives of individuals with alcohol and drug addictions. It is full of effective strategies and case studies coming from widely respected specialists across several

Overview

Addiction Intervention: Strategies to Motivate Treatment-Seeking Behavior shows you how to use the tools of intervention—the words, the steps, and the strategies—to be a change agent in the lives of individuals with alcohol and drug addictions. It is full of effective strategies and case studies coming from widely respected specialists across several disciplines. You'll learn how you can get people to seek help for their chemical dependence, resolving the cause of their problems rather than temporarily fixing the symptoms or side effects of their addictions.

Whether you're an alcohol and drug educator, intervention trainer, physician, nurse, social worker, employer, lawyer, judge, or counselor, Addiction Intervention will help you find ways to confront chemically dependent people and motivate them to change their lives. You will find the tools of intervention easier to wield than you might otherwise think as you read about:

  • how physicians can assess symptoms using various diagnostic tools, initiate conversation with a patient, and overcome resistance to referral
  • how clinical therapists can develop response-specific intervention strategies that are appropriate to clients’behavior pathology
  • conducting effective performance-related workplace interventions
  • the development and design of impaired professional committees
  • alternative models for peer and administrative interventions
  • the methodologies of student assistance programs and teams
  • brief, structured therapy for the family of an addicted person
  • recent changes in the criminal justice system that have encouraged judges to refer individuals to treatment
  • the One-Stop Re-Employment Social Services Center
Addiction Intervention brings within your reach results-oriented intervention. Don't continue to offer band-aid solutions or skirt around the real problem of addiction. This book will help you help people get their lives back on track permanently.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780789004338
Publisher:
Taylor & Francis
Publication date:
04/28/1998
Series:
Haworth Addiction Treatment Series
Pages:
172
Product dimensions:
6.28(w) x 8.83(h) x 0.79(d)

Table of Contents

Contents
About the Editors

  • Contributors
  • Foreword
  • Introduction
  • Chapter 1. Family Intervention: Background, Principles, and Other Strategies
  • Chapter 2. Medical Strategy: Interventions
  • Chapter 3. Mental Health Strategy: Addiction Interventions for the Dually Diagnosed
  • Chapter 4. Employee Assistance Program Strategy
  • Chapter 5. Professional Assistance Committees
  • Chapter 6. Adolescent Intervention Strategies
  • Chapter 7. Intervention as Brief Family Therapy
  • Chapter 8. Legal Strategy
  • Chapter 9. Professional Intervention in the One-Stop Reemployment/Social Services Center
  • Appendix A. Selected Resources: Books
  • Appendix B. Selected Resources: Videos
  • Appendix C. Selected References: Organizations
  • Index
  • Reference Notes Included

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