The Paradigm Developmental Model of Treatment Spanish Edition available in Paperback
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El Modelo de Tratamiento Basado en los Cambios Paradigmáticos incorpora los principios de los Doce Pasos de Alcohólicos Anónimos. Estos principios actúan como metas clínicas para guiar al profesional a encaminar al individuo en su tratamiento. Para aquellas personas que participan en reuniones de Alcohólicos o Narcóticos Anónimos, este enfoque fortalecerá su rehabilitación. Para aquellos que tienen dificultad con el aspecto espiritual de los Doce Pasos, este modelo provee una perspectiva diferente que en esencia es cognitiva conductual. Ambas têcnicas se han utilizado ampliamente en el tratamiento de adicciones comprobando su eficacia. Este modelo ofrece un marco de trabajo para consejeros y terapeutas cuyo objetivo es definir la posición del paciente en relación a su consumo de alcohol y/o otras drogas. En base a la información obtenida del cuestionario de este modelo, el profesional podrá determinar con más acierto el tipo de intervención apropiada. Este modelo se diseñó para uso en sesiones individuales de consejería y enriquecer el proceso terapêutico grupal en la mayoría de los programas de tratamiento.
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About the Author
Georgi DiStefano, LCSW, Received her BA, with highest honors from City University of New York: Richmond College and her Masters in Social Work from State University of New York at Stony Brook. Currently she is the Executive/Clinical Director for the San Diego State University Foundation Center for Alcohol and Drug Studies and Services, Driving Under the Influence Program. She has been in private practice for over twenty years in San Diego, CA and has served as Program Director for Mesa Vista Hospital s In-patient Chemical Dependency Program. In 1986 Georgi conceived and founded CRI (Counseling and Recovery Institute) which specialized in out-patient chemical dependency treatment. In addition, Georgi has been an Employee Assistance Counselor for Kaiser Permanente San Diego. Georgi provides corporate wellness trainings and substance abuse seminars for a wide variety of organizations, including National Association of Social Workers, Viejas Enterprises, Horizon HealthCare, City of Temecula, County of San Diego and SeaWorld. Georgi has also provided consultation to organizations such as Kaiser Permanente, Cooper Iverson Corp, Pacific Exchange and the A.S.K. Organization Japan. In 1991 Georgi was awarded San Diego Clinical Social Worker of the Year by the California Society of Clinical Social Workers, San Diego Chapter. Georgi developed the Paradigm Developmental Model of Treatment for substance abusers and the chemically dependent after over thirty years of working with this population in various clinical settings. Georgi is recognized as an honorary member of the Japanese Social Work Association, having completed five lecture tours to Japan, training doctors, nurses and social workers in chemical dependency treatment. Georgi is returning to Japan in March 2010 to teach the Paradigm Developmental Model of Treatment. In June 2005, Georgi was honored, along with 20 other professionals from around the world, at The 70th Annual Alcoholics Anonymous International Convention in Toronto, Canada. Melinda Hohman, Ph.D., M.S.W., is Professor at the School of Social Work, San Diego State University, San Diego, where she has worked since 1995. Dr. Hohman teaches courses in substance abuse treatment, research, and social work practice. She also coordinates the undergraduate social work program. Dr. Hohman s research interests include substance abuse assessment and treatment services and the overlap of substance abuse treatment and Child Welfare services. She has published over 30 articles and is the author of 3 book chapters and numerous reports. Dr. Hohman has been a trainer in Motivational Interviewing (MI) since 1999, training community social workers, Child Welfare workers, probation officers, and addiction counselors across Southern California. Dr. Hohman has been the PI or Co-PI on numerous grants, including a statewide survey of Alcohol and Drug Program administrators regarding perceptions of drug treatment. She also conducted a study of women in the drug treatment system who were also pregnant and of those concurrently involved with the Child Welfare system. She also oversaw the training for over 2000 employees of the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation/Division of Juvenile Justice in Motivational Interviewing, a project which was conducted through the Center on Criminality, Addiction Research Training and Application, Department of Psychiatry, UC-San Diego. Dr. Hohman was the Co-PI on an intervention pilot study of using the Paradigm Developmental Model of Treatment along with other counseling methods with multiple offender clients who were enrolled in a Driving Under the Influence Program. The PDMT scale is a product of that study.