Chemical Dependency Counseling : A Practical Guide (2 SUB)

Chemical Dependency Counseling : A Practical Guide (2 SUB)

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Table of Contents

Appendix Contents                                  xv
Preface xvii
Acknowledgments xxi
The First Hours 1 (22)
How to Greet Patients 1 (1)
Examples 2 (1)
How to Handle Family Members 2 (1)
Beginning the Therapeutic Alliance 2 (2)
The Importance of Trust 3 (1)
Dealing With Early Denial 3 (1)
How to Check for Organic Brain Dysfunction 4 (1)
The Initial Assessment 5 (9)
American Society of Addiction Medicine 7 (1)
Patient Placement Criteria
Diagnostic and Statistical Manual 8 (2)
Criteria for Diagnosis
How to Determine the Level of Care Needed 10 (4)
How to Share the Diagnosis With the 14 (1)
Patient
Assigning a Treatment Buddy 14 (1)
The Intoxicated Patient 15 (2)
How to Determine the Level of Intoxication 15 (1)
The Patient's Reaction to Intoxication 15 (1)
What to Do With an Intoxicated Patient 16 (1)
Detoxification 17 (1)
How Patients React in Detoxification 18 (1)
The AMA Threat 18 (5)
Example of an AMA Intervention 19 (1)
How to Use the AMA Team 20 (1)
How to use the In-House Intervention 20 (1)
How to Respond to Patients Who Leave AMA 21 (2)
The Biopsychosocial Interview 23 (16)
How to Conduct the Interview 24 (5)
Summary and Impression 29 (1)
Diagnosis 29 (1)
Disposition and Treatment Plan 30 (1)
A Sample Biopsychosocial Interview 30 (9)
The Treatment Plan 39 (12)
How to Build a Treatment Plan 39 (1)
The Diagnostic Summary 39 (1)
The Problem List 40 (1)
How to Develop a Problem List 40 (1)
Goals and Objectives 41 (5)
How to Develop Goals 41 (1)
How to Develop Objectives 42 (1)
How to Develop Interventions 43 (1)
How to Evaluate the Effectiveness of 44 (1)
Treatment
How to Select Goals, Objectives, and 44 (2)
Interventions
Treatment Plan Review 46 (1)
Documentation 47 (4)
How to Write Progress Notes 47 (1)
Formal Treatment Plan Review 48 (3)
Individual Treatment 51 (22)
The Therapeutic Alliance 51 (2)
How to Develop a Therapeutic Alliance 51 (2)
Transference and Countertransference 53 (1)
Examples of Empathic Statements 54 (1)
How to Be Confrontive 54 (1)
Behavior Therapy 54 (2)
How Patients Learn 54 (2)
The Behavior Chain 56 (3)
The Importance of Reinforcement 56 (1)
How to Use Punishment 57 (2)
Why We Concentrate on Behavior Therapy 59 (1)
Cognitive Therapy 59 (8)
How Chemically Dependent People Think 59 (1)
Applying Cognitive Therapy 60 (2)
Automatic Thoughts 62 (1)
How to Correct Inaccurate Thoughts 63 (4)
Interpersonal Therapy 67 (6)
How to Develop Healthy Relationships 67 (2)
How Patients Use Feelings Inappropriately 69 (1)
How Patients Learn Relationships Skills 70 (1)
How to Change Relationships 70 (1)
How to Handle Grief 70 (1)
How to Choose the Therapeutic Modality 71 (2)
Group Therapy 73 (20)
Benefits of the Group Process 73 (1)
Preparation for the Group 74 (3)
The Preparation Statement 75 (1)
The Agenda 75 (2)
The Honesty Group 77 (2)
Example of the Honesty Group 77 (2)
The Euphoric Recall Group 79 (2)
How to Uncover Euphoric Recall 79 (1)
How to Help the Patients See the Truth 79 (2)
The Reading Group 81 (1)
The Relapse Prevention Group 81 (5)
The Trigger Group 81 (1)
The Inaccurate Thinking Group 82 (1)
The Feelings and Action Group 83 (1)
The Lapses Group 83 (3)
The Spirituality Group 86 (3)
Group Preparation 86 (1)
How to Develop a Healthy Relationship 86 (1)
How to Develop a Healthy Relationship 86 (1)
With a Higher Power
The Eleventh Step Group 87 (1)
The Meditation Group 87 (2)
The Childhood Group 89 (2)
How to Explore Early Parental 89 (1)
Relationships
How to Begin to Heal Early Childhood Pain 90 (1)
The Men's Group/Women's Group 91 (1)
The Community Group 91 (1)
The Personal Inventory Group 91 (2)
The Contracts 93 (12)
The Chemical Use History 93 (1)
Honesty 94 (1)
Love, Trust, and Commitment 94 (1)
Feelings 95 (1)
Relationship Skills 96 (1)
Addictive Relationships 97 (1)
Communication Skills 98 (1)
Self-Discipline 98 (2)
Impulse Control 100 (1)
Relapse Prevention 101 (1)
Stress Management 102 (3)
The Steps 105 (10)
The Committee 106 (1)
Step One 106 (2)
Step Two 108 (1)
How to Help Patients Accept a Higher Power 108 (1)
Step Three 109 (2)
How to Help Patients Embrace Step Three 110 (1)
Step Four 111 (1)
Step Five 112 (3)
The Lectures 115 (16)
The Disease 116 (2)
Chemical Dependency Is Not a Moral Problem 116 (1)
Chemical Dependency Is Not Due to a Weak 116 (1)
Will
Chemical Dependency Has Genetic Links 116 (1)
Chemical Dependency Is a Social Problem 116 (1)
Chemical Dependency Is a Psychological 117 (1)
Problem
Chemical Dependency Is a Physiological 117 (1)
Problem
The Obsession 117 (1)
The Problems 118 (1)
Defense Mechanisms 118 (2)
Minimization 118 (1)
Rationalization 119 (1)
Denial 119 (1)
How to Begin to Live in the Truth 120 (1)
The Great Lie 120 (2)
How the Great Lie Works 120 (1)
Truth 121 (1)
Normal Development 122 (2)
The Primary Caregiver 122 (1)
The Struggle for Independence 122 (1)
The Fear of Abandonment 122 (1)
Learning the Rules 122 (1)
The Development of Insecurity 122 (1)
The Peer Group 123 (1)
Adolescence 123 (1)
Adulthood 123 (1)
Physical Addiction and Recovery 124 (2)
How Drugs Affect the Cell 124 (1)
How Drugs Affect Behavior 125 (1)
Tolerance 125 (1)
Cross-Tolerance 125 (1)
Withdrawal 125 (1)
How We Learn 126 (1)
Alcoholics Anonymous 126 (3)
A Spiritual Awakening 126 (1)
Two Alcoholics Talking to Each Other 127 (1)
The Big Book 127 (1)
The Twelve Steps 128 (1)
Meetings 128 (1)
Feelings 129 (2)
Feelings Are Adaptive 129 (1)
How to Be Assertive 130 (1)
Special Problems 131 (46)
The Psychiatric/Psychological Assessment 131 (1)
How to Develop the Treatment Plan 132 (1)
The Depressed Patient 132 (10)
How to Assess Depression 133 (1)
How to Treat Depression 133 (6)
Interpersonal Therapy 139 (2)
Suicide 141 (1)
The Angry Patient 142 (3)
How to Handle a Violent Patient 142 (1)
How to Handle an Angry Patient 142 (1)
Assertiveness Skills 143 (1)
The Importance of Forgiveness 143 (1)
How to Teach the Patient to Recognize 144 (1)
Anger
How to Keep Your Cool as a Counselor 145 (1)
The Homicidal Patient 145 (1)
The Duty to Warn 145 (1)
Personality 146 (1)
What Is Personality? 146 (1)
The Antisocial Personality 147 (3)
The Impulsive Temperament 147 (1)
A Disorder of Empathy 147 (1)
How to Treat the Antisocial Personality 147 (1)
How to Deal With a Rule Violation 148 (1)
Moral Development 149 (1)
How to Deal With the Family of an 149 (1)
Antisocial Patient
The Borderline Patient 150 (2)
Interpersonal Relationships 150 (1)
Affective Dysregulation 150 (1)
How to Treat the Borderline Patient 151 (1)
The Narcissistic Patient 152 (2)
The Anxious Patient 154 (3)
How to Measure Anxiety 154 (1)
The Psychological Component of Anxiety 154 (1)
How to Use Relaxation Techniques 155 (1)
The Daily Log 156 (1)
Cognitive Therapy 156 (1)
Panic Attacks 157 (1)
The Psychotic Patient 157 (3)
Hallucinations and Delusions 157 (1)
How to Treat the Psychotic Patient 158 (2)
The Family of the Psychotic Patient 160 (1)
Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome 160 (1)
The High-Risk Patient 160 (1)
The Patient With Low Intellectual 161 (1)
Functioning
How to Treat the Patient With Low 161 (1)
Intelligence
The Patient Who Cannot Read 161 (1)
The Family of the Patient With Low 162 (1)
Intelligence
The Elderly Patient 162 (1)
The Patient With Early Childhood Trauma 163 (2)
How to Deal With Sexual Abuse 163 (1)
How to Learn Forgiveness 164 (1)
Love in the Treatment Center 165 (1)
The Importance of the Unit Rules 165 (1)
How to Deal With Patients in Love 165 (1)
The Pathological Gambler 166 (11)
Honesty 167 (1)
Step One 168 (1)
Step Two 169 (2)
Step Three 171 (1)
Step Four 172 (1)
Step Five 173 (1)
Relapse Prevention 174 (3)
Adolescent Treatment 177 (10)
The Normal Adolescent 177 (2)
Ages 13 to 16 Years 178 (1)
Ages 16 to 19 Years 178 (1)
The Chemically Dependent Adolescent 179 (1)
The Adolescent Chemical Dependency Counselor 180 (1)
The Point System 181 (1)
The Primary Elements in Adolescent Treatment 181 (6)
The Rules 182 (1)
Communication Skills 182 (1)
Honesty 182 (1)
Exercise 182 (1)
Fun in Sobriety 183 (1)
The Reinforcers 183 (1)
Spirituality 183 (1)
Group Therapy 183 (1)
Peer Pressure 184 (1)
Continuing Education 184 (1)
Continuing Care 185 (1)
Phases of Adolescent Treatment 186 (1)
The Family Program 187 (8)
The First Contact 187 (1)
How to Handle the Early AMA Risk 188 (1)
The Family Problems 188 (3)
Codependency 188 (1)
Guilt 189 (1)
Loss of Control 189 (1)
Shame 189 (1)
Caretaking 189 (1)
Enabling 189 (1)
Inability to Know Feelings 190 (1)
Inability to Know Wants 190 (1)
Lack of Trust 190 (1)
People Pleasing 190 (1)
Feelings of Worthlessness 190 (1)
Dependency 191 (1)
Poor Communication Skills 191 (1)
How to Treat Family Members 191 (1)
The Family Program Schedule 192 (1)
How to Work With the Family in Group 193 (2)
The Conjoint Session 194 (1)
The Clinical Staff 195 (10)
The Physician 195 (1)
The Psychologist/Psychiatrist 196 (1)
The Nurse 196 (1)
The Clinical Director 197 (1)
The Clinical Supervisor 197 (1)
The Chemical Dependency Counselor 197 (1)
The Rehabilitation Technician or Aide 198 (1)
The Activities Coordinator 198 (1)
Clinical Staffing 198 (2)
How to Present a Patient 199 (1)
Team Building 200 (2)
Commitment to Co-workers 201 (1)
Boundaries 201 (1)
Staff-Patient Problems 202 (1)
What to Do When a Patient Does Not Like a 202 (1)
Counselor
What to Do When a Patient Complains About 203 (1)
a Rule
The Work Environment 203 (2)
Discharge Summary and Aftercare 205 (6)
Outpatient Discharge Criteria 206 (1)
Inpatient Discharge Criteria 207 (4)
How to Develop a Discharge Summary 208 (1)
The Discharge Summary 209 (1)
Saying Good-Bye 209 (2)
The Drugs 211 (14)
CNS Depressants 211 (1)
CNS Stimulants 212 (1)
The Hallucinogens 212 (1)
The Reinforcing Properties of Drugs 212 (1)
Tolerance and Dependence 212 (1)
Cross-Tolerance 213 (1)
Alcohol 213 (2)
Alcohol-Induced Organic Mental Disorders 213 (2)
Sedatives, Hypnotics, and Anxiolytics 215 (1)
Opioids 216 (1)
Cocaine and Amphetamines 217 (2)
Pattern of Use 218 (1)
The Cocaine Abstinent Syndrome 218 (1)
Phencyclidine (PCP) 219 (1)
Hallucinogens 219 (1)
The Psychedelic State 220 (1)
Cannabis 220 (1)
Inhalants 221 (1)
Nicotine 222 (1)
Polysubstances 223 (1)
Treatment Outcome 223 (2)
The Good Counselor 225 (8)
Being Loving 225 (1)
Loving Counselors Enjoy Their Work 225 (1)
Loving Counselors Do Not Become Overly 226 (1)
Involved
Loving Counselors Do Not Lie 226 (1)
Loving Counselors Are Gentle 226 (1)
Good Counselors Love Themselves 226 (1)
Sensitivity 226 (1)
The Sixth Sense 227 (1)
Good Counselors Do Not Become Overly 227 (1)
Emotional
Active Listening 227 (1)
Good Counselors Do Not Talk Too Much 228 (1)
Boundaries 228 (1)
Patience 229 (1)
Interpersonal Relationship Skills 229 (1)
Sound Code of Ethics 230 (3)
List of Appendixes 233 (288)
References 521 (12)
Index 533 (10)
About the Author 543