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Social Work Treatment of Alcohol Problems (Niaaa-Rucas Alcoholism Treatment Series,)

David Cook

Social Work Treatment of Alcohol Problems (Niaaa-Rucas Alcoholism Treatment Series,)

by David Cook

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Published by Rutgers University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Psychopathology - Addiction,
  • Psychology,
  • Drug And Alcohol Abuse Treatment,
  • Alcoholism,
  • Social work with alcoholics,
  • Treatment

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8298537M
    ISBN 10091129015X
    ISBN 109780911290158
    OCLC/WorldCa10569449

    Additional Physical Format: Online version: Social work practice with clients who have alcohol problems. Springfield, Ill., U.S.A.: Thomas, © Treatment Goals – the “building blocks” of the plan, which should be specific, realistic, customized for the client, and measurable. Objectives – goals are the larger, more broad outcomes the therapist and client are working for, while multiple objectives make up each goal; .

    alcoholism, disease characterized by impaired control over the consumption of alcoholic beverages. Alcoholism is a serious problem worldwide; in the United States the wide availability of alcoholic beverages makes alcohol the most accessible drug, and alcoholism is the most prevalent of the nation's addictions (see drug addiction and drug abuse). A Social Work Perspective on Drug Policy Reform drug policies associated with the criminal justice system should be of great interest to the social work workers, as a workforce, are an integral part of the criminal justice [alcohol tobacco, and other drugs]problems must be considered, including psychosocial treatments File Size: KB.

    Beginning with Mary Richmond, the “mother of social casework,” social workers have played an increasingly important role in the treatment of individuals with alcohol and other drug problems. DiNitto worked in the drug and alcohol programs at a community mental health center before becoming an educator. Substance-abuse social workers also work at inpatient and outpatient drug-treatment centers, detoxification centers, halfway houses, methadone clinics and in private practice.


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Social Work Treatment of Alcohol Problems (Niaaa-Rucas Alcoholism Treatment Series,) by David Cook Download PDF EPUB FB2

Social Work Treatment of Alcohol Problems by David Cook (Editor) ISBN ISBN X. Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book.

The digit and digit formats both work. In addition to ADDICTION TREATMENT: A STRENGTHS PERSPECTIVE, she has published INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL WELFARE AND SOCIAL WORK: THE U.S. IN GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE and seven other books, including two on female offenders and victims and one on the nature of oppression.

She has received several honors, 3/5(1). Social work treatment of alcohol problems. New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers Center of Alcohol Studies, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: David Cook; Christine Huff Fewell; John Riolo; National Association of Social Workers.

New York City Chapter. T oo often, when clinicians think of intervening with alcohol and other drug (AOD) problems, they think of chronic alcoholics, heroin addicts, and women with crack cocaine habits. These populations constitute only a fraction of the clients seen in social work settings who have AOD problems.

The majority of alcohol- and drug-involved clients have not reached the stage where functioning is. "Much more than a manual for the delivery of SBNT, this book provides a clarion call for treating alcohol problems via social and familial networks.

Drugs & Alcohol Workbook Excellent w orkbook enabling practitioners to assist their service user to understand their addiction cycle, introduce tools which can be used during their recovery and teach them various coping strategies for life.

Behavioral Treatment. Social Worker. M.S.W. (Master of Social Work), L.C.S.W. (Licensed Clinical Social Worker) Behavioral Treatment.

Alcohol Counselor. Varies—most States require some form of certification. Behavioral Treatment. Individuals are advised to talk to their doctors about the best form of primary treatment. The book is useful for social workers and those struggling with addiction alike.

Author(s): A. Thomas Horvath. Read More About This Book. Social Work with Substance Users. This engaging and comprehensive book explores social work with problematic substance use. Brief interventions for substance abuse problems have been used for many years by alcohol and drug counselors, social workers, psychologists, physicians, and nurses, and by social service agencies, hospital emergency departments, court-ordered educational groups, and vocational rehabilitation programs.

An Introduction to Social Problems, Social Welfare Organizations, and the Profession of Social Work N o one we know starts out life wanting to be a substance abuser or to be poor. Most of us want to be lucky, cool, rich, and successful. Some of us are, fortunately, but many of us aren’t.

Purpose of the guide. This guide aims to support Social Workers in their practice with people who use alcohol and who have families. While it focuses on preventing alcohol- related harm to children, harm to other dependents is an increasing area of concern for social work.

This guide may be relevant to other social care and health Size: KB. Kim Heanue is Senior Lecturer in Social Work at the University of Huddersfield, UK. She previously worked for several years in substance misuse, supporting adults with drug and alcohol problems.

Chris Lawton has significant experience of working in the Voluntary Sector and currently holds a management post in a substance misuse service/5(8).

Social work practice with adolescents involves working not just with the adolescents but also with their families, schools, and neighborhoods. Helping adolescents to confront adversity and develop mechanisms that promote resiliency is critical, especially for adolescents who are at risk of emotional or behavioral problems.

Social work with drug, alcohol and substance misusers 55 City Road, London: SAGE Publications, Ltd doi: These colleagues will be able to gain an insight into the new requirements demanded of social workers. The companion book in the series, Collaborative social work practice by Anne Quinney, discusses, as the title suggests, collaborative.

Written by leading practitioners and educators in the field, Social Work Treatment: Interlocking Theoretical Approaches, Fourth Edition is the standard text on theories of social work and a trusted reference book for social work practitioners.

In this updated edition, Francis Turner introduces exciting new theoretical systems that have gained importance since the s, including Aboriginal Reviews: 1. We also identify skills that equip social work practitioners to make a special contribution to alcohol and other drug (AOD) interventions and highlight factors to consider in choosing are a range of practice interventions for clients with AOD problems based on well-controlled : Maryann Amodeo, Luz Marilis López.

An excellent introduction to social work practice with persons with alcohol problems. Discusses the extent of alcohol problems in our society.

Daley, Dennis C., and Marvin D. Feit. The many roles of social workers in the prevention and treatment of alcohol and drug addiction: A major health and social problem affecting individuals.

The purpose of this paper is to provide essential information about alcohol problems, theories about causes and evidence-based best practices in alcohol problem treatment and prevention.

Treatment practice in Inuit communities is also examined so gaps in service can be Size: KB. Problems related to alcohol and other drugs are so pervasive that as many as 50 percent of all social work clients are affected by their consequences. Social work students, therefore, need to be exposed to a curriculum that focuses on policy, practice, and research issues in the chemical dependency field.

The development of alcohol-related problems has, in other words, followed the development of alcohol consumption. In Finland, the problems related to occasional drinking - social problems and trouble with law and order - have traditionally been more frequent.

When alcohol consumption has been on the increase, however, the health hazards caused by prolonged high-scale consumption increased more rapidly than alcohol-related social conflicts. 3. Interventions for Social or Family Problems.

Components of comprehensive treatment for SUDs include a continuum of professional addiction and related services (assessment, detoxification, rehabilitation, counseling or therapy, continuing care, substance use monitoring, medications, case management, and mutual support programs).

Social, family, and other problems can be addressed Cited by: Alcohol abuse reverberates outwards, affecting more individuals than just a person’s inner circle. Alcohol abuse not only impacts individuals and their family’s, but creates a lasting social impact on the community around them.

Alcohol wreaks havoc on a person’s cognitive functions, decreasing a person’s capability of reasoning.Alcohol problems are estimated to cost Scotland around £ billion per year in NHS, social work, police, emergency services, and the wider economic and human costs.

Alcohol misuse not only affects the health and wellbeing of individual drinkers, but also have a major impact on family relationships, the wider communities as well as society as.