Treatment and Prevention of Alcohol Problems, 36

A Resource Manual

  • W. Cox, Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis, U.S.A.

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Clinicians and practitioners in psychology, psychiatry, and social work.

 

Book information

  • Published: December 1986
  • Imprint: ACADEMIC PRESS
  • ISBN: 978-0-12-194470-4

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"...it is appropriate for the classroom as well as the clinician's office. It is an excellent source of references, instructions, and ideas."
--CONTEMPORARY PSYCHOLOGY



Table of Contents

An Overview of Treatment and Prevention of Alcohol Problems.Initiating Treatment: Beginning Treatment for Alcohol Problems.The Assessment of Multiple Conditions in Persons with Alcohol Problems.Medical Aspects of Alcoholism.Specific Treatment Techniques: Behavioral Treatment of Alcohol Problems: A Review and a Comparison of Behavioral and Nonbehavioral Studies.Building Self-Confidence, Self-Efficacy, and Self-Control.Imagery and Logotherapeutic Techniques in Psychotherapy: Clinical Experiences and Promise for Application to Alcohol Problems.Self-Help Groups and Other Group Procedures for Treating Alcohol Problems.Craving for Alcohol: Theoretical Processes and Treatment Procedures.Associated Problems and Special Populations: Marital and Family Therapy for Alcohol Problems.Alcohol, Gender, and Sexual Problems: An Interface.Culture-Specific Treatment Modalities: Assessing Client-to-Treatment Fit in Indian Alcoholism Programs.Early Intervention: Theory and Methods for Secondary Prevention of Alcohol Problems: A Cognitively Based Approach. Prevention of Alcohol Problems.References.Index.