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This text reports on patterns of consumption of non-branded alcohol in seven countries: Brazil, India, Mexico, Russia, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe. Using local consultants, investigators interviewed families in each country, in both rural and urban areas, on the subject of their drinking habits over a thirty-day period giving specific attention to their religious, educational and socio-economic status. Experts in the fields of toxicology, economics, and anthropology as well as representatives of the beverage industry give commentary on the common themes emerging from the collected data.
Anne McTiernan begins her second memoir at age twenty-nine, soon after completing her doctoral training in public health research at the University of Washington. She and her husband are now parents to four-year-old and three-month-old girls. She realizes that jobs in her field are scarce, especially for women and decides she needs better credentials to land a job. Overcoming her fear and life-long struggle with inadequacy, Anne moves the family 3,000 miles to New York, where she begins medical school. Within a few months of starting this new life, Anne is in deep trouble. She cannot handle the competing demands and feels isolated. The stress builds, until Anne suffers a series of paralyzing panic attacks that threaten her ability to function. She begins psychotherapy and starts on a journey of self-discovery, realizing she has to change to survive. Cured is the follow-up to her 2016 release Starved and differs from other physician memoirs in its themes of motherhood, mental illness, and the perspective of a female physician on how she turned adversity into a strength and set of skills.
This book presents an integrated approach for concurrently treating chronic pain and opioid use. Many patients who suffer from chronic pain are also managing opioid medications. Because this population often requires a higher level of care, it is critical for providers to address pain and opioid management together. This book presents an integrated healthcare team approach that helps patients manage opioid use in a structured, safe, and supportive environment while also exploring all of the factors that impact the patients' pain experience. This whole-person approach to care allows for cross-cutting strategies to be applied and maximizes the reduction of suffering. The behavioral treatment strategies in this book can help providers assist patients who are struggling with chronic pain and have relied on opioids at one point. This includes individuals that are considering de-prescribing, are in the process of opioid tapering, have recently discontinued from opioids, or are currently using opioids effectively for pain. Combining expert clinical guidance with the latest research and practical case examples, the book helps practitioners across healthcare disciplines understand their patients, improve rapport and engagement, and implement treatment strategies to help patients live their best lives.
Research proves that family involvement significantly improves treatment outcomes. That's why the Family Program is tailored to the specific needs and issues facing adults in treatment, as well as their family members and loved ones. Created by internationally known experts in the addiction-treatment field, this twelve-session program is easy to implement as a stand-alone program or as an enhancement to an existing program. The sessions are interactive, allowing therapists to address the most pressing issues for patients and family. This program includes presentations and handouts for therapists. Present accurate information about addiction, recovery, treatment, and the resulting interpersonal family dynamics. 1. Teach, promote, and encourage healthy and appropriate individuating of patients and family members in addictive relationships. 2. Provide an atmosphere that conveys the highest level of professionalism, treating patients and their families with dignity and respect. 3. Allow patients and their families an opportunity to become comfortable with the treatment process. 4. Give patients and their family members a nonthreatening group experience with other recovering people and their families. 5. Provide a program component for patients and their families to participate in together. 6. Help patients understand how the recovery process may affect their relationships now and in the future.
Research proves that family involvement significantly improves treatment outcomes. That's why the Matrix Model Family Program helps family members take an active role in addiction treatment and recovery. The Family Program is a component included in each Matrix Model program. For the first time, the Family Program is also available on its own. It can be used as a standalone program or to supplement an existing program. Created by internationally known experts in the addiction-treatment field, this easy-to-implement program features 12 sessions. The sessions are interactive, allowing therapists to address the most pressing issues for patients and family. This evidence-based program includes the physical manual, three DVD video lectures, and a USB with reproducible handouts and participant workbook. The goals of this Family Program include: Present accurate information about addiction, recovery, treatment, and the resulting interpersonal family dynamics Teach, promote, and encourage healthy and appropriate individuating of patients and family members in addictive relationships Provide an atmosphere that conveys the highest level of professionalism, treating patients and their families with dignity and respect Allow patients and their families an opportunity to become comfortable with the treatment process Give patients and their family members a nonthreatening group experience with other recovering people and their families Provide a program component for patients and their families to participate in together Help patients understand how the recovery process may affect their relationships now and in the future The three lecture videos that accompany the program are: Triggers and Cravings Road Map for Recovery Families in Recovery
A practical, step-by-step guide designed to help practitioners implement Dr. Earley's groundbreaking theory of addiction treatment found in RecoveryMind Training in outpatient practice (ASAM Level 1), IOP (Level 2.1), Partial Hospitalization (Level 2.5), or Residential program (Levels 3.1 to 3.7). RecoveryMind Training (RMT) is a cohesive treatment model based on the concept that addiction recovery is a learned skill. To be successful, the learning involved in recovery has to overcome the complex and hard-wired entrainment produced by the use of highly reinforcing drugs - including alcohol. The RMT model describes the dynamics of active addiction with regard to its effects on the brain - motivations, drives, memories, and cognitive distortions - with the term Addict Brain. Recovery is facilitated through the learning of a structured set of skills that promote changes in thoughts, beliefs, and actions, and bring about Recovery Mind.
The revised and expanded Matrix Model is an evidence-based intensive outpatient program that is backed by over twenty years of research providing the structure of an inpatient treatment experience on an outpatient timetable. This intensive outpatient treatment curriculum has been adapted for teens and young adults.
Beyond Trauma: A Healing Journey for Women is an evidence-based, twelve-session program created by Dr. Stephanie Covington, pioneer in the field of women's issues, addiction, and recovery. The participant workbook is an essential part of the Beyond Trauma program that helps women explore life experiences and the world around them. It's a personal journal where she can write down her feelings, thoughts and ideas and have an opportunity to try out new ways of coping with the impact of trauma on her life. In using this workbook, she will see her strengths and increase her skills that move her further in life's journey. Workbook modules and sessions include: Module A: Violence, Abuse and Trauma Session 1: Introduction to the Program Session 2: The Connections between Violence, Abuse, and Trauma Session 3: Power and Abuse Session 4: The Process of Trauma and Reactions to Trauma Module B: The Impact of Trauma on Women's Lives Session 5: How Trauma Affects Our Lives Session 6: Abuse and the Family Module C: Healing from Trauma Session 7: The Connection Between Trauma and Addiction Session 8: Grounding and Self-Soothing Session 9: The Mind and Body Connection Session 10: Our Feelings Session 11: Healthy Relationships Session 12: Endings and Beginnings
The core treatment and continuing care component of the severe mental illness (SMI) line, this comprehensive curriculum is designed to help those with SMI identify personal recovery goals and develop self-management skills through education and training. Illness Management and Recovery helps people with SMI identify personally meaningful goals and work to achieve these goals by addressing smaller, more manageable segments of those goals. Each user-friendly module is centered on a skill or area of information related to illness management. Includes practitioner's manual, session guidelines, CD-ROM with reproducible handouts, and a bonus DVD produced by SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration).
As many as half of all people who arrive at mental health clinics or addiction treatment facilities have co-occurring disorders. These clients need effective, integrated care for both their disorders--and they need guidance in preventing relapse and developing the skills necessary to maintain healthy, balanced lives. With the Recovery Life Skills Program, professionals have access to a unique, in-depth group curriculum for working with mentally ill clients ready to move on from substance use and improve their quality of life. Developed by Lindy Fox, MA, LADC of the Dartmouth Psychiatric Research Center (PRC) to work hand-in-hand with Integrated Dual Diagnosis Treatment (IDDT), the Recovery Life Skills Program is a stage wise, 18-module curriculum for working with those who are at the active treatment, continuing care, or recovery support stages of care. Sessions are presented in a group format, starting with such traditional relapse-prevention topics as recognizing triggers and building drug and alcohol refusal skills, then moving to developing the life skills necessary to build and maintain a healthy recovery life plan. Focus areas include: Coping with negative feelings Recognizing triggers for substance use Dealing with social situations involving alcohol or other drugs Developing communication skills Participating in peer support groups Practicing spirituality and inner peace Developing a positive self-image Adopting health eating and exercise habits Utilizing evidence-based protocols, the Recovery Life Skills Program has been research tested at eight pilot sites by Dartmouth researchers. This easy-to-implement curriculum includes a facilitator's guide with step-by-step session instructions and reproducible client handouts--everything you need for rapid integration into your program.
Research proves that belonging to a Twelve Step Fellowship group increases the chances of long-term recovery from addictions and is also helpful with treating compulsive behaviors and mental health disorders. Twelve Step Facilitation (TSF) is an evidence-based approach that together with active involvement in a Twelve Step group helps individuals succeed as they move from treatment into recovery. Listed on SAMHSA's National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices (NREPP), the Twelve Step Facilitation program, which includes the Twelve Step Facilitation Handbook, is an invaluable resource for understanding the effectiveness of the Twelve Steps and showing the importance of outcome-based treatment in modern health care. Beginning with a history of Project MATCH, this handbook introduces the scientific basis for TSF and goes on to highlight new research, describe the program's theoretical applications, and explain new features included in this second edition. Includes: Explanation of revised session topics Advice for common misconceptions about TSF Guidance on volunteer- and peer-led facilitation Recommendations for individual and group administration Applications for all substance use disorders and compulsive behavior The CE test is shrink-wrapped with the handbook.
This treatment program provides adults in a variety of correctional settings including jails, community corrections, probation programs, drug courts, and prisons with the structure of an evidence-based treatment experience and combines education on both substance use and criminal thinking and behaviors. Based on the award-winning Matrix Model, this program has been specifically adapted to meet the unique needs of law-involved clients and includes a focus on criminal thinking, re-entry, and adjustment issues. The program covers individual/conjoint therapy, early recovery skills, relapse prevention, family education, social support, medication-assisted treatment, adjustment or re-entry challenges, and urinalysis, with participation in a Twelve Step program encouraged throughout. The manualized format allows participants across your facility to use the same materials--giving you a standardized tool for measuring outcomes. Although the program can be completed in a 16-week time frame, The Matrix Model for Criminal Justice Settings can be completed within a 16-week timeframe as well as extended up to 12 months, if necessary. The Matrix Model for Criminal Justice Settings includes: a therapist's manual with a complete research bibliography on CD-ROM reproducible worksheets and handouts on an additional CD-ROM three lecture videos medallions to commemorate successful program completion calendar stickers to help clients track their sobriety