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Managing Your Drug or Alcohol Problem

Dennis C. Daley

Managing Your Drug or Alcohol Problem

Therapist Guide (Therapyworks)

by Dennis C. Daley

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  • 39 Currently reading

Published by Academic Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Psychopathology - Addiction,
  • Psychology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatUnknown Binding
    Number of Pages148
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9765178M
    ISBN 100127850384
    ISBN 109780127850382
    OCLC/WorldCa77575612


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Daley, G. Alan Marlatt. This expanded edition of the successful Graywind title, Managing Your Drug and Alcohol Problem: Therapist Guide provides an evidence-based treatment protocol for all types of substance use disorders. Designed to accompany the Managing Your Addictive Behavior: Workbook, Second Edition, this guide provides clinicians with valuable strategies for working with substance use disorders by focusing.

This expanded edition of the successful Graywind title, Managing Your Drug and Alcohol Problem: Therapist Guide provides an evidence-based treatment protocol for all types of substance use disorders.

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Overcoming Your Alcohol or Drug Problem: Effective Recovery Strategies (2nd edition), Therapist Guide and Workbook, by Dennis C. Daley and G. Alan Marlatt, are effective tools for not only learning about the chemical dependency field as a therapist, but also learning about the disease model of alcohol and other substance addiction as a client.

The expanded new edition of this successful Workbook provides the reader with practical information and skills to help them understand and change a drug or alcohol problem.

Designed to be used in conjunction with counselling or therapy, it focuses on special issues involved in stopping substance abuse and in changing behaviours or aspects of one's lifestyle that keep the substance use problem.

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The workbook is designed to be used in therapy or counseling and will help to focus on specific issues involved. It is difficult to asses drug or alcohol emergencies properly because drugs and alcohol produce signs that mimic a number of system disorders and disease.

True You can safety assume that if a person is in a stupor or has slurred speech, he is a victim of drug overdoes. Firstly, a family history of drug or alcohol problems can put your child at risk for developing substance use disorder.

Of course, genes are not the only factor determining drug and alcohol use. But, if there is addiction in your family, you should let your child know that they are more likely to develop a problem, just as you would for any. When you have a drug problem, you or others may notice some changes in your behaviour.

You may be moody, have problems sleeping, or pay less attention to how you dress or look. Or you may lie, steal, or hide things from people and act sneaky.

You may have a drug problem if your drug use affects your health or daily activities. Managing Your Medications Managing Your Medications 2 Introduction Many people take medications to make them feel better and prevent/manage secondary conditions.

It is important to become your own self-advocate for care, and to know what questions to ask your pharmacist and physicians about your medications.

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Vaccinations. It doesn't matter whether you're managing recovery from drug or alcohol addiction, gambling addiction, food addiction or tobacco addiction, you have to have a plan and strategy in order to be successful and stay in control.

The emotional rollercoaster a person goes through when life becomes overwhelming or throws a difficult situation your way can be trying on a good day, but when a person is. Tips for protecting your kids from drug, alcohol and tobacco use. Drug abuse is so widespread in our culture that you cannot expect to isolate your child from exposure to it.

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Criteria for alcohol use disorders are relatively clear, but establishing a "cut-off point" to separate problem drinkers from nonproblem drinkers is difficult, making population estimates more problematic. 9 Although a pattern of recurrent trouble related to alcohol may indicate a more serious alcohol problem, experiencing any alcohol-related.

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Contents: Introduction and plan for workbook --Recognizing your substance use problems --Recognizing consquences of your substance use --Treatment settings for substance use problems --Stages of change and using therapy or counseling.

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See what’s new to this edition by selecting the Features tab on this page. Should you need additional information or have questions regarding the HEOA information provided for this title, including what is new to this edition, please email [email protected] include your name, contact information, and the name of the title for which you would like more information.

These aren’t specific to drug or alcohol abuse, Boyd cautions. They could be the result of drug or alcohol use. They could also be due to many other issues, such as a personal problem (marital difficulty or death of a loved one, among others), a medical illness (such as diabetes or the onset of dementia), or another mental health problem.

As you know from reading this book so far, the time and money investment in a new employee is overwhelming. The cost to select, hire, and train a new employee is staggering. Drug and alcohol abuse.

To avoid such situations, a consistent approach to managing employee performance is a crucial part of the human resources job. Maintaining a therapeutic alliance with clients who have co-occurring disorders (COD) is important—and difficult.

The first section of this chapter reviews guidelines for addressing these challenges. It stresses the importance of the counselor's ability to manage feelings and biases that could arise when working with clients with COD (sometimes called countertransference).

In some provinces, there are telephone helplines you can call for support and to find out what resources are available in your area that can help you manage your alcohol use problem. Alberta: Addiction Services Helpline.

; British Columbia: Alcohol and Drug Information and Referral Service. WASHINGTON, D.C. — Statistics show that 17 percent of older adults ages 60 and up have an alcohol or drug problem, compared with 10 percent of the overallthe number of addicted older adults is expected to double to six million, says Harry Haroutunian, MD, in his new book, Not As Prescribed: Recognizing and Facing Alcohol and Drug Misuse in Older Adults .In the book I provide practical information about a variety of non-medication alternatives that will help you manage symptoms of alcohol or drug abuse such as herbals, vitamins and other natural.