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Interventions for Addiction examines a wide range of responses to addictive behaviors, including psychosocial treatments, pharmacological treatments, provision of health care to addicted individuals, prevention, and public policy issues. Its focus is on the practical application of information covered in the two previous volumes of the series, Comprehensive Addictive Behaviors and Disorders.
Readers will find information on treatments beyond commonly used methods, including Internet-based and faith-based therapies, and criminal justice interventions. The volume features extensive coverage of pharmacotherapies for each of the major drugs of abuse—including disulfiram, buprenorphine, naltrexone, and others—as well as for behavioral addictions. In considering public policy, the book examines legislative efforts, price controls, and limits on advertising, as well as World Health Organization (WHO) efforts.
Interventions for Addiction is one of three volumes comprising the 2,500-page series, Comprehensive Addictive Behaviors and Disorders. This series provides the most complete collection of current knowledge on addictive behaviors and disorders to date. In short, it is the definitive reference work on addictions.
- Includes descriptions of both psychosocial and pharmacological treatments.
- Addresses health services research on attempts to increase the use of evidence-based treatments in routine clinical practice.
- Covers attempts to slow the progress of addictions through prevention programs and changes in public policy.
Researchers and students in psychology, psychiatry, neuroscience and neurology
Scope and Format
Volume 3: Interventions for Addictions
List of Contributors
Section 1: Treatment
Chapter 1. Brief Feedback-Focused Interventions
The Development of Brief Feedback-Focused Interventions
Role in Overall Treatment
Goals of BFIs
Proposed Active Ingredients of BFIs
Behaviors Addressed by BFIs
Chapter 2. Motivational Enhancement Approaches
What Is Motivational Interviewing?
What Is Not Motivational Interviewing?
Learning Motivational Interviewing
Dissemination of Motivational Interviewing
Future Research Directions
Chapter 3. Cognitive Behavioral Therapies
History and Theoretical Underpinnings
Defining Elements of CBT
Empirical Support for CBT
Novel Methods of Delivery and Dissemination
Chapter 4. Cue Exposure Treatments for Substance Use Disorders
Theoretical Rationale for CET
General Principles of CET
Assessments Used in CET
Cue Exposure with Urge Coping Skills for AUDs
Evidence-Based Effectiveness of CET
Chapter 5. Contingency Management
Issues Central to CM
Dissemination and Uptake Challenges
Chapter 6. Community Reinforcement Approaches: CRA and CRAFT
Community Reinforcement Approach: CRA
CRA Scientific Support
Community Reinforcement and Family Training: CRAFT
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- © 2013
- 26th February 2013
- Academic Press
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"…a comprehensive look at the wide variety of evidence-based treatments for addictions, including psychosocial intervention, pharmacological treatments, prevention strategies, public policy, and the provision of healthcare to this population…This is an exceptional, comprehensive reference for all involved in the field." Rating: 5 Stars--Doody.com, January 17, 2014
"Miller…and his contributors aim to integrate a diversity of findings into a meaningful conceptualization of all aspects of use and abuse. There are 96 chapters divided into four parts: treatment; medications to treat addictions; applying addiction science to clinical practice; public policy; and alcohol and drug prevention, adolescents and college students, gambling. Targeted for clinicians, researchers, professors, and policy makers, this comprehensive book is also a valuable aid for students from undergraduate to postdoc."--Reference & Research Book News, December 2013