Table of contents for Treating alcohol and drug problems in psychotherapy practice : doing what works / Arnold M. Washton, Joan E. Zweben.

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Contents
PART I. BASIC ISSUES AND PERSPECTIVES
Chapter 1.Introduction
Chapter 2.Nature, Course, and Diagnosis of Substance Use Disorders
Chapter 3.Pharmacology and Overview of Psychoactive Substances
Chapter 4.Ingredients of the Integrated Approach: Doing What Works
Chapter 5.Considerations in Addressing Concurrent Psychiatric and Substance Use Disorders
Chapter 6.The Role of Medications
PART II. CLINICAL STRATEGIES AND TECHNIQUES
Chapter 7.Assessment
Chapter 8.Individualized Goal Setting and Treatment Planning: Meeting Patients Where They Are
Chapter 9.Taking Action
Chapter 10.Preventing Relapse
Chapter 11.Psychotherapy in Ongoing and Later-Stage Recovery
Chapter 12.Group Therapy
Chapter 13.Facilitating Participation in Self-Help Programs
Appendix 1.Self-Administered Patient Questionnaire
Appendix 2.10 Tips for Cutting Down on Your Drinking
Appendix 3.Inventory of Triggers for Alcohol and Drug Use
Appendix 4.Substance Abuse Websites
References
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Substance abuse -- Treatment.
Alcoholism -- Treatment.
Psychotherapy.
Substance-Related Disorders -- therapy.
Alcoholism -- therapy.
Psychotherapy -- methods.