By Luke Mitcheson, Jenny Maslin, Tim Meynen, Tamara Morrison, Robert Hill, Shamil Wanigaratne, Christine A. Padesky
This new e-book bargains pros a realistic consultant to the mental therapy of all substance abuse, together with tobacco, alcohol, stimulant medications, hashish and opiates. It makes a speciality of CBT interventions, that have the most powerful proof base for effectiveness in treating addictive issues.
Written by an writer group hugely skilled within the therapy of dependancy, Applied Cognitive and Behavioural techniques to the Treatment of Addiction should be obtainable to a variety of pros, similar to professional nurses, drug counsellors and psychological wellbeing and fitness graduate employees.
the writer group are all on the South London and Maudsley NHS belief, UK. Content:
Chapter 1 creation to CBT for Substance Use difficulties (pages 1–20):
Chapter 2 Cognitive and Motivational Theories of habit (pages 21–39):
Chapter three basics of therapy (pages 41–60):
Chapter four improving Motivation to alter (pages 61–73):
Chapter five review and Introducing CBT to consumers (pages 75–88):
Chapter 6 formula (pages 89–97):
Chapter 7 creation to Substance?Related Cognitions and Interventions (pages 99–111):
Chapter eight A uncomplicated Framework for operating with Substance?Related ideals (pages 113–121):
Chapter nine extra innovations to Facilitate Cognitive switch (pages 123–139):
Chapter 10 Behavioural Experiments (pages 141–148):
Chapter eleven Behavioural Interventions (pages 149–175):
Chapter 12 operating with feelings (pages 177–190):
Chapter thirteen CBT and Pathways to restoration (pages 191–209):
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Extra info for Applied Cognitive and Behavioural Approaches to the Treatment of Addiction: A Practical Treatment Guide
Readiness to change is currently viewed as a dynamic rather than a stable phenomenon. The most recent theory of motivation that has been developed in the ﬁeld of addiction is PRIME theory (West, 2006). PRIME theory attempts to integrate a number of theories of addiction and sets out an agenda for future research. West argues that to understand addiction we need to understand the human motivational system. He proposes that our motivational system operates at ﬁve levels in a complex manner and any one of them can function abnormally in an addicted individual.
Wright, F. , Newman, C. F. & Liese, B. , Cognitive Therapy of Depression. New York: Guilford Press. ’s, Marlatt & Gordon’s and Annis’s models are all examples of cognitive models to explain aspects of addictive behaviour. Key to each is the dynamic interplay between an individual and the environment in which the individual’s cognitions are the key mediators leading to substance use. The evidence base for CBT with addictive behaviour There is an emerging evidence base for the effectiveness of CBT in the treatment of substance misuse and other addictions.
We believe that attention to these two aspects is essential in developing an effective therapeutic alliance. This chapter will be most relevant to workers who have not had speciﬁc therapy training and are looking for some accessible frameworks in which to develop their thinking and use of CBT interventions. Chapter 4: Enhancing motivation to change This chapter addresses a fundamental aspect of working with addictive behaviour − namely, enhancing motivation to change. We describe how basic counselling skills can be used to help initiate a therapeutic alliance with clients.
Applied Cognitive and Behavioural Approaches to the Treatment of Addiction: A Practical Treatment Guide by Luke Mitcheson, Jenny Maslin, Tim Meynen, Tamara Morrison, Robert Hill, Shamil Wanigaratne, Christine A. Padesky