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Substance Use Disorders and Addictions

by Keith Morgen SAGE Publications, Inc
Pub Date:
10/2016
ISBN:
9781483370569
Format:
Pbk 344 pages
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Based on a decade of research and theory, Substance Use Disorders and Addictions examines co-occurring psychiatric disorders as the norm with substance use disorders and addictions. With more than 20 years of experience in the field as a clinician, a researcher, a program developer, and an instructor, Keith Morgen encourages a holistic approach to working with individuals, using a single case example throughout the text to encourage the sequential application of concepts to co-occurring disorders. With DSM-5 diagnostic criteria, the 2014 ACA code of ethics, and 2016 CACREP standards integrated throughout, readers will benefit from this applied and cutting-edge introduction to the field.

Section I
Chapter 1: Substance Use Disorder and Addiction: Basic and Brief Psychopharmacological and Neuropsychological Review
Central Nervous System
Brain Areas Associated with Substance Use and Addiction
Psychopharmacology: Basics
Interface Between Substance Use, Neuropsychology, and Psychopharmacology: Basic Considerations
Neuropsychology and Counseling Issues
Section II
Chapter 2: Interviewing, Screening, and Assesment
Purpose of Interviewing, Screening and Assesment
Content of the Interview
Screening and Assessment
Special Populations
Chapter 3: Diagnostic Issues
DSM-5 Overview for Substance Related Disorders
Co-Occurring Psychiatric Disorders
Process Addictions
Special Populations
Chapter 4: Treatment Modalities and Client Placement
Detoxification Services
Inpatient Treatment
Outpatient Treatment
Establishing the Appropriate Level of Care
Multicultural Elements of Treatment Placement and Planning Co-Occurring Levels of Care
Logistics of Treatment Planning
Drug Courts
Special Populations
Section III
Chapter 5: Motivational Interviewing
General Motivational Interviewing Content
Motivational Interviewing Spirit, Principles, & Processes
The Nuts & Bolts of Motivational Interviewing
When is a Client Ready for Change?
Meta-Analyses of Motivational Interviewing: Two Examples
Special Populations
Chapter 6: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Basic Elements
Cognitive Model of Substance Use
Cognitive-Behavioral Session
Examples of Some CBT Techniques
Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy
Meta-Analyses of CBT Effectiveness with Substance Use Disorders: Two Examples
Special Populations
Chapter 7: Family Counseling Interventions
Basic Family Counseling Concepts
Bowenian Theory
Sequential Family Addictions Model
The Addicted Family
Meta-Analyses of Family Systems Interventions: Two Examples
Special Populations
Chapter 8: Existential Counseling
Existential Counseling and Substance Use Disoders
Basic Concepts
Theory of Counseling
Meta-Analysis of Existential Counseling: An Example
Section IV
Chapter 9: 12-Step Philosophy
The 12-Steps and Traditions
Overall Philosophy of the 12-Steps
12-Steps and Counseling
12-Step Themes
12-Step Membership and Meeting Basics
Special Populations
Chapter 10: Relapse Prevention Theories
Basics of the Relapse Prevention Idea
Marlatt's Model
Dynamic Model of Relapse
Gorski's CENAPS Model of Relapse Prevention Therapy (CMRPT)
Matrix Model
Special Populations
Chapter 11: Substance Use Disorders and Addictions Couseling Supervision
Overview of Supervision in the Substance Use Disorders and Addiction Counseling Profession
Role of Supervision
Models of Counseling Supervision
Supervision Models Specific for Addictions Counseling
Ethical Concerns Relevant to Addictions Counseling Supervision

“An updated text that focuses not only on the theory, but also the practical applications of the theory.”
Keith Morgen - Centenary College
Dr. Keith Morgen is an Associate Professor of Counseling and Psychology at Centenary College (Hackettstown, New Jersey USA) where teaches in the undergraduate Psychology and graduate Counseling programs. Dr. Morgen’s research on substance use, trauma, and prisoner mental health has been published in major scholarly journals such as Traumatology, Therapeutic Communities, The Gerontologist, The Professional Counselor, Journal of Correctional Healthcare, Journal of Addictions and Offender Counseling, Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, Applied Research in Quality of Life, Journal of Drug Issues, and the Journal of Alcohol and Drug Education. In addition, Dr. Morgen presents papers at major conferences such as the American Counseling Association, American Public Health Association, American Psychological Association, and the College on Problems of Drug Dependence. Dr. Morgen is a former President (2013-14) of the International Association of Addictions and Offender Counselors (a division of the American Counseling Association) and currently serves as a faculty fellow and co-chair of the psychology division of Be the Evidence at Fordham University, a research, advocacy, and policy center devoted to mental health and addiction issues facing older adult non-violent offenders in the criminal justice system. Dr. Morgen is a Licensed Professional Counselor (New Jersey) and Approved Clinical Supervisor and practices part-time in a clinic focused on substance use and mental health disorders. He is a past recipient of the Centenary College Distinguished Teaching Award. Dr. Morgen received his Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology (Lehigh University) and was a National Institute on Drug Abuse Pre-Doctoral and Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at National Development and Research Institutes in New York City.