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Solutions for the "treatment-resistant" addicted client : therapeutic techniques for engaging challenging clients

Author: Nicholas A Roes
Publisher: New York : Haworth Press, ©2002.
Series: Haworth addictions treatment.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"This useful volume, the result of more than ten years of work in researching and refining the techniques most likely to lead to positive client outcomes, offers field-tested methods for dealing with the most challenging addicted client types. These include hopeless clients, clients considered to be in denial, and those who are in treatment not because they desire it, but because of a mandate from an outside  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Nicholas A Roes
ISBN: 0789011204 9780789011206 0789011212 9780789011213
OCLC Number: 897092171
Description: 174 pages ; 22 cm.
Contents: Meeting the Challenge of Hopeless Clients --
Hope-Inspiring Reflections --
Five Types of Hope-Inspiring Reflections --
Hope-Inspiring Reflections: Practice and Responses --
Scaling --
Case Study: Workplace Wallflower --
Additional Uses for the Scaling Technique --
Case Study: Tipping the Scales --
Normalizing and Reframing --
Nonproblems --
Case Study: To Err Is Human --
Normalizing Techniques --
Reframing Client Problems: Practice and Responses --
Case Study: Progress in Disguise --
Exploring Exceptions --
Case Study: Exceptional Day --
Techniques for Exploring Exceptions --
Additional Questions and Requests for Use in Exploring Exceptions --
Externalizing Problems --
Turning Adjectives into Nouns --
Externalizing by Turning Adjectives into Nouns: Practice and Responses --
Looking Toward the Future and Clarifying Goals --
Case Study: The Miracle Question --
Sharing Counseling Notes with Hopeless Clients --
Homework --
Case Study: Stop Smoking Group Homework --
Meeting the Challenge of Clients "in Denial" --
Listening, Alternate Definitions of Denial, and Preferred Views --
Listening --
Alternate Definitions of Denial --
Preferred Views --
Case Study: Unrealistic Optimism --
Consciousness Raising --
Developing Discrepancy --
Examples of Mystery Questions --
Case Study: Backstabbers --
Decisional Balance Sheets --
Case Study: Decisional Balance Sheets --
Clarifying Goals and Looking Toward the Future with Clients "in Denial" --
Turning Complaints into Treatment Goals.
Series Title: Haworth addictions treatment.
Responsibility: Nicholas A. Roes.

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"This useful volume, the result of more than ten years of work in researching and refining the techniques most likely to lead to positive client outcomes, offers field-tested methods for dealing with the most challenging addicted client types. These include hopeless clients, clients considered to be in denial, and those who are in treatment not because they desire it, but because of a mandate from an outside authority. The techniques you'll find in Solutions for the "Treatment Resistant" Addicted Client have proven to be successful with even the most difficult clients." "Alcohol and drug counselors, probation/parole officers, social workers, and other mental health professionals who work with addicted clients will find this book an invaluable aid in their work. Students preparing to enter these careers, as well as those preparing for certification as alcohol or drug abuse counselors, also need the information found here. Solutions for the "Treatment Resistant" Addicted Client is must reading for anyone dealing with this extraordinarily difficult population."--BOOK JACKET.

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