3 edition of Alcoholism, introduction to theory and treatment found in the catalog.
Alcoholism, introduction to theory and treatment
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||[edited by] David A. Ward.|
|Contributions||Ward, David Andrew, 1943-|
|LC Classifications||RC565 .A4466 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 507 p. :|
|Number of Pages||507|
|LC Control Number||89064112|
1. Introduction 1 Alcoholism as a Disease: A Brief History Nursing Diagnosis in Relation to Alcohol Use Disorders Alcoholics Anonymous as a Program of Recovery Potential Application of Nursing Theory to AA References 2. Personal Stories in the “Big Book” of Alcoholics Anonymous: A Narrative Analysis 19File Size: KB. of Alcoholism Treatment Despite the lack of well-controlled and general-izable research on the efficacy and effectiveness of treatments for alcoholism, there is a vast litera-ture that describes and analyzes treatment effects. The literature goes back as many years as alcohol-ism and alcohol abuse have been problems (see ).
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Alcoholism: Introduction to Theory and Treatment: Medicine & Health Science Books @ Information on alcohol is presented in two chapters: Chapter 3 covers the pharmacology of alcohol, definitional problems surrounding this drug, the epidemiology of drinking patterns and problems, the natural history of alcoholism, and some data on etiology; Chapter 4 Cited by: COVID Resources.
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Integral Recovery: A Revolutionary Approach to the Treatment of Alcoholism and Addiction (SUNY series in Integral Theory) - Kindle edition by Dupuy, John. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.
Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Integral Recovery: A Revolutionary Approach to the Treatment of Alcoholism and Addiction (SUNY /5(44). Addiction jeopardizes the health and well-being of individuals, families, and communities.
Chapter 1 defines addiction, depicts the many faces of addiction, asserts that treatment works, and describes effective prevention programs. Addiction practice terms and concepts are also defined.
According to the American Medical Association, “alcoholism is an illness characterized by significant impairment that is directly associated with persistent and excessive use of alcohol.
Alcoholism, also known as alcohol use disorder (AUD), is a broad term for any drinking of alcohol that results in mental or physical health problems. The disorder was previously divided into two types: alcohol abuse and alcohol dependence. In a medical context, alcoholism is said to exist when two or more of the following conditions are present: a person drinks large amounts of alcohol over a Diagnostic method: Questionnaires, blood tests.
Theory. Alcoholism is a chronic problem. However, if managed properly, damage to the brain can be stopped and to some extent reversed. In addition to problem drinking, the disease is characterized by symptoms including an impaired control over alcohol, compulsive thoughts about alcohol, and distorted thinking.
Alcoholism can also lead indirectly, through excess consumption, to physical Specialty: Psychiatry. An Introduction to Alcoholism. Another theory that seeks to define alcoholism as a primary disease is the "addictive personality" thesis.
While this view enjoys increasing popularity, there are little experimental data to support it. "The Paraprofessionals in Alcoholism Treatment", Encyclopedic Handbook of Alcoholism (New York: Gardner. The one model in this book that purports to explain the fundamental nature of alcoholism is the opponent process theory, here described by Shipley.
Indeed, opponent process may be the most popular psychological theory of addictive motivation since Richard Solomon presented the theory in the s. What Is the Best Alcohol Treatment. There are three myths about alcohol treatment, according to some of the foremost researchers in the area, led by psychologist William R.
Miller (Handbook of Alcoholism Treatment Approaches: Effective Alternatives, 3rd edition, edited by Hester & Miller, published in by Allyn & Bacon).The first myth, and possibly the worst, is that there is one and only.
Alcoholism as a Disease. Toward the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20 th century, addicts were often viewed as morally wrong and even shunned as being bad people or sinners. This type of thinking led many physicians of the time to fight to change common perceptions and try to help addicts instead of punish them.
If you've never heard of Integral theory, but you want to know of a way to get sober and live a life worth living, this book is for you. The book never gets bogged down in theory. On the contrary, it's filled with practical advice for addicts, family members, and treatment providers."-- Brett Walker, Integral Recovery Intensive student.
Introduction to What is An Addiction A. Tom Horvath, Ph.D., ABPP, Kaushik Misra, Ph.D., Amy K. Epner, Ph.D., and Galen Morgan Cooper, Ph.D. Some treatment implications of ego and self-disturbances in alcoholism.
In Dynamic Approaches to the Understanding and Treatment of Alcoholism, eds. Bean &. 1 Introduction: The Theory, Science, and Practice of Recovery Management 5 In closing this introduction, we would like to acknowledge and thank all of the authors who contributed to this volume.
1: Introduction to Psychological Models of Addiction Over the years, psychological principles have contributed to the development of many theories about substance use disorders and addiction.
Learning theories represent one set of psychological principles that have had a strong influence on our understanding of the causes of addiction, as. Research on Treatment of Alcohol Dependence Mark L. Willenbring, M.D.
M ARK L. W ILLENBRING, M.D., is an why adjunct professor of psychiatry at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Research on the treatment of alcoholism has gained significant ground over the past 40 years. StudiesCited by: Abstract. Alcohol, nicotine, and caffeine are the most widely used drugs in Western civilizations, and alcohol is the most acutely destructive of the three.
1 Probably reflecting this preeminence of alcohol, there is a great deal of information available on the epidemiology, the natural history, and the treatment of alcohol-related disorders. Thus, alcohol is used in this text as a prototype Cited by: Socially, alcoholism may be tied to family dysfunction or a culture of binge drinking.
Excessive alcohol consumption is correlated with increased risk of stroke, liver disease, and decreased life. A recent study of physicians and non-physician alcoholism treatment practioners in Canada reported that 82% of nonspychiatriatrist and 84% of psychiatrist physicians believe that alcoholism is a "mental disorder," that physicians "largely espouse a disease notion of alcoholism," and that "Physicians are more likely to endorse a disease concept.Integral Recovery is the groundbreaking application of Integral Theory to addiction.
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