Subject index

a
abstinence, therapeutic support in 149
Abstinence Violation Effect (AVE) 73 -4
abstinence-oriented model of treatment 137 , 138 ;
and drug dependence clinics 140 , 143
acceptance as coping mechanism 130
ACMD see Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs
Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome see AIDS
action stage of change 14 , 16 , 20 -1;
RRP in 68
‘addicted families’ 52
addiction
alternative positive 21 ;
and moral judgements 43 ;
permanence of 42 ;
relapse prevention 69 ;
shared functional analysis 42 ;
success of treatment 42 ;
treatment goals 41 ;
and urgency 43
Addiction Severity Index 43 , 44 , 45 , 61
Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs, AIDS and Drug Misuse report (1988) 133 , 162 , 169 ;
establishment 156 -7;
Treatment and Rehabilitation Report (1982) 157
agency workers, precautions against HIV 130 -2
agoraphobia
and group treatment 94 -5, 96 , 100 ;
as side-effect of tranquillisers 100
AIDS
counselling 117 -18;
education 116 , 120 ;
in future 132 -3;
and harmreduction 148 ;
in pregnancy 125 ;
repressive measures against 148 ;
risk groups 115 ;
and seropositives 127 ;
and street drugs 150 ;
testing for 126 ;
in women 125 ;
see also HIV
Aldershot 159
All Wales Strategy for mentally-handicapped 182
alternative positive addictions 21
ambitions and life goals 78
amphetamine-induced psychosis 87 -8
amphetamines
dependence on 87 ;
inadvertent use 82 ;
and schizophrenia 88 ;
in street heroin 88
Amsterdam needle-exchange scheme 120
amylobarbitone 88
anal intercourse and HIV 123
anger as coping mechanism 129
anti-depressants and withdrawal 107 , 111
anxiety symptoms and withdrawal syndrome 109
ASI see Addiction Severity Index
asking questions, therapist’s 32 -3
attitudes and addictive behaviour 70 -1, 74 -5
AVE see Abstinence Violation Effect

b
barbiturate dependents 88 ;
medical treatment 88 ;
and street heroin 88
barbiturate hypnotics 88
barbiturates, inadvertent use 82
Barclay Report (1982) 184
bargaining as coping mechanism 129
behaviour
learned 11 ;
conflict over 14 - 15 ;
intermittent reinforcement 12 ;

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