Integrating Psychological and Pharmacological Treatments for Addictive Disorders distills the complex literature on addiction, offering a curated toolbox of integrated pharmacological and psychotherapeutic treatments in chapters authored by leading experts. Introductory chapters on the epidemiology, etiology, and fundamentals of addiction treatment provide a concise overview of the state of the field. Subsequent chapters then focus on the treatment of specific substance use disorders and on gambling disorder. Finally, a chapter on the treatment of addiction in primary care addresses the opportunities for clinical care in non-specialist outpatient settings. Physicians, psychologists, social workers, and other mental health professionals will come away from the book with an essential understanding of evidence-based practice in treating addiction and the scientific foundations of those approaches.
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Series:||Clinical Topics in Psychology and Psychiatry Series|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x (d)|
About the Author
James MacKillop, PhD, is the Peter Boris Chair in Addictions Research and director of the Peter Boris Center for Addictions Research at McMaster University/St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton. He is also a senior scientist at the Homewood Research Institute and holds courtesy faculty appointments at the University of Georgia and Brown University. He conducts translational research using basic behavioral science, cognitive neuroscience, behavioral genetics, and clinical science to advance the understanding and treatment of addiction.
George A. Kenna, PhD, RPh, is an assistant professor of psychiatry (research) at Brown University, where he performs clinical trials for the treatment of alcohol use disorder. He is a clinical pharmacist at Westerly Hospital, Westerly, Rhode Island, and is also an adjunct assistant professor at the University of Rhode Island.
Lorenzo Leggio, MD, PhD, MSc, is a physician-scientist who conducts clinical research on medication development and the role of neuroendocrine signaling in addictions. His clinical and research training took place between the Catholic University of Rome and Brown University. Throughout his career, he has worked at Brown University and the National Institutes of Health.
Lara A. Ray, PhD, is a professor of psychology, co-director of the Addiction and Behavioral Medicine Clinic, and a faculty member in the department of psychiatry and biobehavioral sciences and Brain Research Institute at the University of California, Los Angeles.
Table of Contents
Part I. Epidemiology, Etiology and Treatment of Addictive Disorders 1. The Epidemiology and Public Health Burden of Addictive Disorders Kevin D. Shield, PhD; Sameer Imtiaz, MSc; Charlotte Probst, MS; and Jürgen Rehm, PhD 2. The Etiology of Addiction: A Contemporary Biopsychosocial Approach James MacKillop, PhD and Lara Ray, PhD 3. Evidence-based Treatment of Addictive Disorders: An Overview John F. Kelly, PhD; Brandon G. Bergman, PhD; and Cristi L. O’Connor, MHS Part II. Integrated Treatment for Specific Addictive Disorders 4. Alcohol Use Disorders George A. Kenna, PhD, RPh and Lorenzo Leggio, MD, PhD, MSc 5. Tobacco Use Disorder James MacKillop, PhD; Joshua C. Gray, MSc; Max M. Owens, MS; Jennifer Laude, PhD; and Sean David, MD, SM, DPhil 6. Opioid Use Disorders Monica Bawor, PhD; Brittany Dennis, PhD; James MacKillop, PhD; and Zena Samaan, MBChB, DMMD, MSc, PhD, MRCPsych 7. Cannabis Use Disorder Jane Metrik, PhD and Divya Ramesh, PhD 8. Stimulant Use Disorder Allison M. Daurio, BS and Mary R. Lee, MD 9. Gambling Disorder Jon E. Grant, JD, MD, MPH and Samuel R. Chamberlain, MB/BChir, PhD, MRCPsych 10. Addiction Treatment in Primary Care Megan M. Yardley, PhD; Steven J. Shoptaw, PhD; Keith G. Heinzerling, MD, MPH; and Lara Ray, PhD