Chemical Dependency Counseling is a best-selling comprehensive guide for counselors and front-line professionals who work with the chemically dependent and addicted in a variety of treatment settings. The text shows the counselor how to use the best evidence-based treatments available, including motivational enhancement, cognitive behavioral therapy, skills training, medication and 12 step facilitation. Guiding the counselor step-by-step through treatment, this volume presents state-of-the-art tools, and forms and tests necessary to deliver outstanding treatment and to meet the highest standards demanded by accrediting bodies.
|Edition description:||Fifth Edition|
|Product dimensions:||8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 1.20(d)|
About the Author
Robert R. Perkinson is the clinical director of Keystone Treatment Center in Canton, South Dakota. He is a licensed psychologist; licensed marriage & family therapist; internationally certified alcohol and drug counselor; South Dakota certified chemical dependency counselor, Level III; and a nationally certified gambling counselor and supervisor. His specialty areas focus on treating alcoholics, addicts, and pathological gamblers. He is the author of Chemical Dependency Counseling: A Practical Guide (2nd ed.) (2003a), which is the leading treatment manual in the world for chemical dependency counselors. With Dr. Arthur E. Jongsma Jr. (2001) he is the coauthor of The Addiction Treatment Planner, which is the best-selling treatment planner and computer software program for mental health and addiction professionals. He has also written The Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Patient Workbook (2003c) and the Gambling Addiction Patient Workbook (2003b). These workbooks have all of the exercises patients need to enter a stable recovery. His book entitled Treating Alcoholism: How to Help Your Clients Enter Recovery (2004) trains professionals how to treat patients with alcohol problems. He is the author of the book God Talks to You (2000) and the meditation tape A Communication from God (2008) by cdbaby, which help addicts make their first conscious contact with a Higher Power of their own understanding. He is a composer and has completed his second CD, Peace Will Come, music that helps addicts learn the essentials of a spiritual journey. With Dr. Jean La Cour (2004), he wrote the Faith-Based Addiction Curriculum to teach professionals of faith how to treat addiction. Dr. Perkinson is an international motivational speaker and regular contributor to numerous professional journals. He is the webmaster of several web pages, including www.robertperkinson.com, www.alcoholismtreatment.org, and www.godtalkstoyou.com, where he gets over 2.6 million hits a year and answers questions on addiction for free. His biographies can be found in Who’s Who in America, Who’s Who in Medicine and Healthcare, Who’s Who in Science and Engineering, and Who’s Who in the World.
Table of Contents
AcknowledgementsPreface1. The First Contact2. The Drugs3. The First Hours of Treatment4. The Biopsychosocial Interview5. The Treatment Plan6. Individual Treatment7. Group Therapy8. Recovery Skills9. The Steps10. The Lectures11. Special Issues12. Adolescent Treatment13. The Family Program14. The Clinical Staff15. Discharge Summary and Continuing Care16. The Good CounselorAppendix 1 - Cognitive Capacity Screening ExaminationAppendix 2 - Short Michigan Alcoholism Screening TestAppendix 3 - DSM-IV TR Psychoactive Substance Use DisorderAppendix 4 - Alcohol Withdrawal ScaleAppendix 5 - Narcotic Withdrawal ScaleAppendix 6 - Sample BiopsychosoicalAppendix 7 - Chemical Use HistoryAppendix 8 - HonestyAppendix 9 - Love, Trust, and CommitmentAppendix 10 - FeelingsAppendix 11 - Relationship SkillsAppendix 12 - Addictive RelationshipsAppendix 13 - Communication SkillsAppendix 14 - Self-DisciplineAppendix 15 - Impulse ControlAppendix 16 - Relapse PreventionAppendix 17 - Step OneAppendix 18 - Step TwoAppendix 19 - Step ThreeAppendix 20 - Step FourAppendix 21 - Step FiveAppendix 22 - Adolescent Unit Level SystemAppendix 23 - Peer PressureAppendix 24 - The Behavioral ContractAppendix 25 - Family QuestionaireAppendix 26 - CodependencyAppendix 27 - Personal Recovery PlanAppendix 28 - Sample Discharge SummaryAppendix 29 - Stress ManagementAppendix 30 - Hamilton Depression RatingAppendix 31 - Biopsychosocial AssessmentAppendix 32 - Anger ManagementAppendix 33 - NarcissismAppendix 34 - Honesty for GamblersAppendix 35 - Step One for GamblersAppendix 36 - Step Two for GamblersAppendix 37 - Step Three for GamblersAppendix 38 - Step Four for GamblersAppendix 39 - Step Five for GamblersAppendix 40 - Relapse PreventionAppendix 41 - Adolescent Unit Point SystemAppendix 42 - Results from the 2008 National Survey on Drug Use and HealthAppendix 43 - Drug Categories for Substances of AbuseAppendix 44 - Adult Inpatient Program ScheduleAppendix 45 - Adolescent Inpatient Program ScheduleAppendix 46 - Adult Outpatient Program ScheduleAppendix 47 - Adolescent Outpatient Program ScheduleAppendix 48 - Gambling Inpatient Program ScheduleAppendix 49 - Gambling Outpatient Program ScheduleAppendix 50 - Day Treatment Program ScheduleAppendix 51 - Pressure Relief Group Meeting and Budget FormAppendix 52 - HeroinAppendix 53 - South Oaks Gambling ScreenAppendix 54 - Barriers in ThinkingAppendix 55 - Psychiatric MedicationsAppendix 56 - Drug Abuse Screening Test (DAST)Appendix 57 - Clinical Opiate Withdrawal Scale (COWS)Appendix 58 - Adult Nurses IntakeAppendix 59 - Adolescent Nurses IntakeAppendix 60 - American Cancer Society Guide to Quitting SmokingAppendix 61 - PTSD Checklist Civilian Version (PCL)Appendix 62 - PTSD Checklist Military Version (PCL)Appendix 63 - Alcohol Abstinenece Self-Efficacy ScaleAppendix 64 - Hamilton Anxiety Rating Scale (HAM-A)Appendix 65 - Strengths, Needs, Abilities & PreferencesAppendix 66 - Daily Craving RecordAppendix 67 - NAADAC Code of EthicsAppendix 68 - Gambling HistoryReferences