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Fundamentals of Substance Abuse Practice

Fundamentals of Substance Abuse Practice - 04 edition

ISBN13: 978-0534626679

Cover of Fundamentals of Substance Abuse Practice 04 (ISBN 978-0534626679)
ISBN13: 978-0534626679
ISBN10: 053462667X
Cover type: Paperback
Edition/Copyright: 04
Publisher: Brooks/Cole Publishing Co.
Published: 2004
International: No

List price: $174.00

Fundamentals of Substance Abuse Practice - 04 edition

ISBN13: 978-0534626679

Jerry Johnson

ISBN13: 978-0534626679
ISBN10: 053462667X
Cover type: Paperback
Edition/Copyright: 04
Publisher: Brooks/Cole Publishing Co.

Published: 2004
International: No
Summary

This approachable, interdisciplinary text reflects the author's twenty-plus years of experience in the substance abuse field. Comprehensive and broad in its scope, the book parallels the practice process with substance abuse clients, offering a four-stage organization (an overview that includes theoretical foundations, pharmacology, and models; client engagement; screening and assessment; and treatment) that walks students through this process. The book's highly applied nature ensures that students will find an abundance of specific information they can put to use in daily practice.

Features

  • The book discusses six prominent theories and models used in substance abuse, as well as relevant research and specific practice examples.
  • The author delineates the assessment process from both screening and diagnosis and demonstrates its crucial role in appropriate substance abuse practice as an ongoing and continuous part of the treatment process.
  • Chapter 2 focuses on the reciprocal effects substances have on individuals, including behavioral and emotional symptomatology, potential withdrawal risks, drug interaction risks, and other indicators that practitioners can use in developing an accurate substance abuse assessment.
  • Chapter 4 provides a comprehensive, interdisciplinary look at client engagement and the characteristics of helps that contribute to building successful helping relationships.
  • In Chapter 5, Rodney Mulder, Ph.D. and the author focus on important family dynamics, processes, and practices important to engagement, assessment, and treatment processes.
  • Chapter 6 explores the importance of the community on individuals and families seeking substance abuse services, and considers such factors as human diversity, rural versus urban communities, living conditions, crime and drug prevalence, law enforcement, and transportation, as well as community support and treatment resources.
  • In Chapter 8, the author covers ten specific assessment dimensions, providing readers with specific questions and examples.
  • Chapter 10 integrates multiple theories, models, and methods into a multi-systemic treatment framework. Multi-systemic treatment planning and relapse prevention is covered as part of aftercare services.
  • Chapter 11 focuses on issues related to specific populations, including African Americans, Latino Americans, Native Americans, gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered persons (GLBT), adolescents, persons with co-occurring disorders, and older persons.
  • Three different Appendices provide students with additional resources. Appendix A offers readers a sample case history/assessment format. Appendix B is a sample case history report of a client assessment. In Appendix C, Lois Smith Owens offers a compelling glimpse into the lives of African American women and substance abuse.

Author Bio

Johnson, Jerry :

Jerry Johnson has been teaching in the area of social work for nine years. His areas of specialty include, international social work and community development (Eastern and Central Europe), cross cultural adjustment, community practice, qualitative research and evaluation, and substance abuse. Jerry was awarded the Fulbright Scholarship in 1998-1999 and his international work includes community development in Yeravan, Armenia and Tirana, Albania.

Table of Contents

Part I: THEORETICAL FOUNDATION.

1. Social Work and Substance Abuse Practice.
2. Pharmacology.
3. Models of Chemical Dependency.

Part II: CLIENT ENGAGEMENT.

4. The Art of Client Engagement.
5. Understanding the Family.
6. Macro Context for Substance Abuse Practice.

Part III: SCREENING AND ASSESSMENT.

7. Introduction to Screening and Assessment.
8. Substance Abuse Assessment.

Part IV: TREATMENT.

9. The Substance Abuse Treatment System.
10. Substance Abuse Treatment Methods.
11. Populations at Risk.

Appendix A: Substance Abuse Assessment/Case History Format.
Appendix B: Sample Substance Abuse Assessment/Case History Report.
Appendix C: "African-American Women: Oppression, Depression, Rage And Self-Medic ation," by Lois Smith-Owens.