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Substance abuse treatment : a family systems perspective

Author: Edith M Freeman
Publisher: Newbury Park, Calif. : Sage Publications, ©1993.
Series: Sage sourcebooks for the human services series, v. 25.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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(From the preface and acknowledgments) The primary purpose of this book is to describe some important aspects of substance abuse treatment within the context of the family--the system most directly affected by the presence of substance abuse problems in one or more of its members. This focus on treatment of families and on family issues is extremely important, especially when the family is viewed as a system with  Read more...
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Substance abuse treatment.
Newbury Park, Calif. : Sage Publications, ©1993
(OCoLC)623326907
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Edith M Freeman
ISBN: 0803948891 9780803948891 0803948905 9780803948907
OCLC Number: 27385994
Description: xv, 316 pages ; 23 cm.
Contents: Substance abuse treatment : continuum of care in services to families ; Substance abuse treatment across the life span / Edith M. Freeman --
A cross-cultural treatment approach for families with young children / Ruth G. McRoy, Marian A. Aguilar, Clayton T. Shorkey --
Developing alternative family structures for runaway, drug-addicted adolescents / Edith M. Freeman --
A culturally specific approach to ethnic minority young adults / Jacob U. Gordon --
Alcohol addiction and codependency / Clayton T. Shorkey, Willa Rosen --
Treatment for dually diagnosed clients / Marsha R. Read, Elizabeth C. Penick, Elizabeth J. Nickel --
The impact of substance abuse and post-traumatic stress disorder / Robert Fahnestock --
Alcohol addiction and sexual dysfunction / Stephanie Covington --
Self-medication and the elderly / Brenda Crawley --
Research and evaluation of substance abuse services from a family systems perspective. Single system research in family-focused alcohol treatment / Edith M. Freeman. (Cont.) Evaluating alcohol and other drug abuse programs / Michael S. Cunningham --
Epilogue : the family system recovery process. What is lasting change? / Edith M. Freeman.
Series Title: Sage sourcebooks for the human services series, v. 25.
Responsibility: [edited] by Edith M. Freeman.
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(From the preface and acknowledgments) The primary purpose of this book is to describe some important aspects of substance abuse treatment within the context of the family--the system most directly affected by the presence of substance abuse problems in one or more of its members. This focus on treatment of families and on family issues is extremely important, especially when the family is viewed as a system with relationships and norms that may contribute to, as well as help resolve, the addiction problems of a member. -- A secondary purpose of the book is to explore some of the common family life span issues that make substance abuse treatment with families a complex and difficult endeavor. -- [The volume] highlights the value and importance of the range of professional disciplines involved in providing substance abuse treatment to families: addiction counselors, social workers, psychiatrists, nurses, psychologists, sex therapists, mental health therapists, rehabilitation counselors, and physical and occupational therapists.

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