Clinical Work with Substance-Abusing Clients, Second Edition - download pdf or read online

By Shulamith Lala Ashenberg Straussner DSW

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This extensively followed textual content deals functional suggestions for operating with substance abusers and their households in various medical contexts. specialist individuals current significant review and remedy techniques including specified ideas for intervening with particular ingredients and assembly the wishes of other populations. all through, precious case vignettes illustrate the right way to translate the tips offered into perform and triumph over universal obstacles. Practitioners and scholars will locate the entire info had to remain present within the box during this authoritative, complete, and hugely available paintings. New to This version: *Incorporates advancements in study, perform, and coverage. *Coverage of extra scientific populations: older adults and lesbian, homosexual, and bisexual substance abusers. *Chapters on purposes of motivational recommendations, damage relief, and methods for operating with involuntary consumers.

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Other medication/drugs obtained from a doctor 7. “Have you ever tried to stop your alcohol/drug use? ” 8. “Have you ever been in treatment for substance abuse? Where? When? For how long? ” 9. “Have you ever attended an AA or NA meeting (or any other selfhelp group)? ” 10. ” An Overview 19 11. “Does/did your mother/father use drugs? ” 12. “Does your spouse/boyfriend/girlfriend drink a lot/use drugs? ” 13. ” 14. ” 15. ” Answers to the above questions can provide a rough assessment of substance abuse.

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