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Therapist's Guide to Evidence-Based Relapse Prevention
 
 

Therapist's Guide to Evidence-Based Relapse Prevention, 1st Edition

 
Therapist's Guide to Evidence-Based Relapse Prevention, 1st Edition,Katie Witkiewitz,G. Marlatt,ISBN9780123694294
 
 
 

Witkiewitz   &   Marlatt   

Academic Press

9780123694294

9780080471044

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A practical guide to incorporating relapse prevention techniques into clinical practice

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Key Features

*Incorporates theoretical and empirical support
*Provides step-by-step strategies for implementing relapse prevention techniques
*Includes case studies that describe application of relapse prevention techniques

Description

Describes the evidence-based approaches to preventing relapse of major mental and substance-related disorders. Therapist's Guide to Evidence-based Relapse Prevention combines the theoretical rationale, empirical data, and the practical "how-to" for intervention programs.

The first section will serve to describe the cognitive-behavioral model of relapse and provide a general introduction to relapse prevention techniques. While Section II will focus on specific problem areas, Section III will focus on diverse populations and treatment settings.

Readership

A wide range of mental health and medical professionals in a variety of disciplines including clinical and counseling psychology, psychiatry, social work, nursing, rehabilitaiton medicine, correctional settings, general medical settings and education.

Katie Witkiewitz

Affiliations and Expertise

Addictive Behaviors Research Center, Department of Psychology, University of Seattle, Washington, USA

G. Marlatt

G. Alan Marlatt, Ph.D., is director of the Addictive Behaviors Research Center and professor of Psychology at the University of Washington in Seattle.

Affiliations and Expertise

Addictive Behaviors Research Center, Department of Psychology, University of Washington, Seattle, USA

Therapist's Guide to Evidence-Based Relapse Prevention, 1st Edition

Tentative Table of Contents
Section I: INTRODUCTION

1. Overview of relapse prevention (Marlatt/Witkiewitz)
2. High risk situation: Relapse as a dynamic process (Witkiewitz/Marlatt)

Section II: RELAPSE PREVENTION FOR SPECIFIC PROBLEM AREAS

3. Substance abuse disorders (Daley)
4. Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy as a Relapse Prevention Approach to Depression (Lau/Segal)
5. Relapse Prevention for Generalized Anxiety Disorder (Whiteside, Shaw-Welch, Marlatt, and Witkiewitz)
6. Relapse Prevention for Schizophrenia and Schizoaffective Disorder (Ziedonis)
7. Seeking Safety Therapy for PTSD and Substance Abuse: Relationship to Relapse Prevention (Najavits)
8. Relapse Prevention for Eating Disorders (Schlam/Wilson)
9. Stopping Self-Harm Once and for All: Relapse Prevention in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (Brown/Chapman)
10. Sexual Offending (Ward)

Section III: SPECIAL POPULATIONS AND TREATMENT SETTINGS

11. Medical Settings (Ludman/Von Korff)
12. Focus on Familities: Integration of prevention and parenting skills in methadone treatment (Catalano, Haggerty, Skinner, and Fleming)
13. Ethnicity and Racial Minority Groups (Castro)
14. Adolescent substance abuse (Brown)
15. Geriatric Patients (Blow)
16. Criminal justice settings (Dowden/Andrews)

Section IV: FUTURE DIRECTIONS

17. Drinking as an epidemic--a simple mathematical model with recovery and relapse (Sanchez, Wang, Castillo-Chavez, Gorman, and Gruenewald)
18. Epilogue: Relapse Prevention in the 21st Century (Marlatt/Witkiewitz)
 
 

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