Treating Substance Abuse: Theory and Technique / Edition 1

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Overview

This widely used clinical resource and text captures the breadth of current knowledge about substance abuse and its treatment. For each of the major contemporary treatment approaches, a chapter on basic assumptions and theories is followed by a chapter bringing clinical applications to life. Expert contributors provide coverage of 12-step, psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioral, marital/family, and motivational approaches, augmented by new chapters on contingency management. Also covered (in a single chapter) are psychopharmacological interventions, which are supported by a growing body of empirical research. Finally, a new concluding chapter demonstrates how the clinician can successfully integrate elements of multiple approaches into carefully planned work with individual clients.

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Reviewer: Michael Easton, MD (Rush University Medical Center)
Description: This aim of this book is to review and highlight five models for the psychosocial treatment of addictive disorders. It reviews the theory behind each model along with providing clinically oriented chapters demonstrating their implementation.
Purpose: Its purpose is to address the increasing need for a widening array of treatments for substance abuse disorders. It looks at 12-step treatment, psychoanalytic therapy, behavioral therapy, marital/family therapy, and motivational techniques. It reviews the theory, empirical data, and application of each in an attempt to assess the advantages and shortcomings.
Audience: The book is written for a wide array of health professionals clinically involved with chemically dependent patients. It is especially for clinicians with limited knowledge of alternative treatments for these individuals.
Features: The book has no illustrations, with few tables or charts. It is well referenced and very up-to-date. The editors and authors are experts in their particular areas.
Assessment: This is one of few publications that attempts to objectively look at a variety of treatment models for substance abuse disorders. The book presents their theoretical basis along with reviewing some of the empirical research supporting each model. After the theoretic description of each model it presents clinically oriented chapters. These give examples describing the implementation of various techniques along with case examples. The authors look at both the effectiveness and problems with each treatment model. This book will be valuable to a wide range of clinicians interested in treatment modalities for these disorders. It will be especially useful to clinicians looking to expand the treatment options for their patient population.
Michael Easton
This aim of this book is to review and highlight five models for the psychosocial treatment of addictive disorders. It reviews the theory behind each model along with providing clinically oriented chapters demonstrating their implementation. Its purpose is to address the increasing need for a widening array of treatments for substance abuse disorders. It looks at 12-step treatment, psychoanalytic therapy, behavioral therapy, marital/family therapy, and motivational techniques. It reviews the theory, empirical data, and application of each in an attempt to assess the advantages and shortcomings. The book is written for a wide array of health professionals clinically involved with chemically dependent patients. It is especially for clinicians with limited knowledge of alternative treatments for these individuals. The book has no illustrations, with few tables or charts. It is well referenced and very up-to-date. The editors and authors are experts in their particular areas. This is one of few publications that attempts to objectively look at a variety of treatment models for substance abuse disorders. The book presents their theoretical basis along with reviewing some of the empirical research supporting each model. After the theoretic description of each model it presents clinically oriented chapters. These give examples describing the implementation of various techniques along with case examples. The authors look at both the effectiveness and problems with each treatment model. This book will be valuable to a wide range of clinicians interested in treatment modalities for these disorders. It will be especially useful to clinicians looking to expand the treatment options fortheir patient population.
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Describes five theories of substance abuse treatment and details how to translate each theory into actual practice. Material on 12-step, psychodynamic, behavioral, marital/family, and motivational approaches incorporates case examples, discussion of advantages and disadvantages of each approach, and treatment techniques. Includes a chapter on emerging pharmacological approaches. For advanced students in psychology, social work, and medicine, and for substance abuse counselors in training. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781572300255
  • Publisher: Guilford Publications, Inc.
  • Publication date: 11/17/1995
  • Series: The Guilford Substance Abuse Series
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 328
  • Product dimensions: 6.23 (w) x 9.25 (h) x 1.12 (d)

Meet the Author


Frederick Rotgers, Psy.D., is Assistant Research Professor at the Rutgers Center of Alcohol Studies, with a joint appointment at the Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology. He is Director of the Center of Alcohol Studies Consultation and Treatment Service, and an active clinician as well as researcher.

Daniel S. Keller, Ph.D., is Research Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at New York University School of Medicine. Previously, he served as a faculty member of the Center of Alcohol Studies, Clinical Division, Rutgers--The State University of New Jersey.

Jon Morgenstern, Ph.D., is Assistant Research Professor at the Rutgers Center of Alcohol Studies, an Associate Member of the faculty of the Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology, and an active researcher conducting studies on the treatment of substance abuse, which are funded by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism.

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Table of Contents

Introduction 1
1 Theory of 12-Step-Oriented Treatment 9
2 Facilitating 12-Step Recovery from Substance Abuse and Addiction 31
3 Psychoanalytic Theories of Substance Abuse 67
4 Exploration in the Service of Relapse Prevention: A Psychoanalytic Contribution to Substance Abuse Treatment 82
5 Theoretical Bases of Family Approaches to Substance Abuse Treatment 112
6 Family Therapy Techniques 140
7 Cognitive-Behavioral Theories of Substance Abuse 166
8 Behavioral Treatment Techniques for Psychoactive Substance Use Disorders 190
9 Behavioral Economic Concepts in the Analysis of Substance Abuse 217
10 Contingency Management in the Substance Abuse Treatment Clinic 248
11 Theoretical Perspectives on Motivation and Addictive Behavior 279
12 Motivational Interviewing: Destination, Direction, and Means 298
13 Integrating Psychotherapy and Pharmacotherapy in Substance Abuse Treatment 314
14 Integration of Theory, Research, and Practice: A Clinician's Perspective 343
Index 364
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