Integrated Treatment for Dual Disorders: A Guide to Effective Practice

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INTEGRATED TREATMENT
FOR DUAL DISORDERS

A Guide to Effective Practice

KIM T. MUESER

DOUGLAS L. NOORDSY

ROBERT E. DRAKE

LINDY FOX

Series Editor's Note by David H. Barlow

Foreword by Kenneth Minkoff

THE GUILFORD PRESS

New York London

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Treatment Manuals for Practitioners ii
  • Title Page iii
  • About the Authors vii
  • Series Editor's Note ix
  • Foreword xi
  • Preface xv
  • Acknowledgments xix
  • Terminology xxi
  • Contents xxiii
  • I - Basics 1
  • 1: Substance Abuse and Severe Mental Illness 3
  • 2: Principles of Integrated Treatment 16
  • 3: Basic Organizational Factors 35
  • II - The Assessment Process 48
  • 4: Assessment I: Detection, Classification, and Functional Assessment 50
  • 5: Assessment Ii: Functional Analysis and Treatment Planning 66
  • III - Individual Approaches 86
  • 6: Stage-Wise Case Management 88
  • 7: Motivational Interviewing€ 109
  • 8: Cognitive-Behavioral Counseling 122
  • IV - Group Interventions 136
  • 9: Persuasion Groups 138
  • 10: Active Treatment Groups 156
  • 11: Social Skills Training Groups 169
  • 12: Self-Help Groups 184
  • V - Working with Families 194
  • 13: Family Collaboration 196
  • 14: Behavioral Family Therapy 206
  • 15: Multiple-Family Groups 228
  • VI - Other Treatment Approaches 238
  • 16: Residential Programs and Other Housing Options 240
  • 17: Involuntary and Coerced Interventions 250
  • 18: Vocational Rehabilitation 269
  • 19: Psychopharmacology 282
  • VII - Research 303
  • 20: Research on Integrated Dual-Disorder Treatment 305
  • References 315
  • Appendix A - Dual-Disorder Treatment Fidelity Scale 342
  • Appendix B - Educational Handouts 360
  • Appendix C - Assessment Instruments and Other Forms 420
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