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Cognitive-Behavioural Integrated Treatment by Hermine L. Graham

By Hermine L. Graham

This fascinating new ebook addresses the $64000 factor of ways to supply built-in psychological overall healthiness and substance misuse remedy of people with those co-occurring issues. Combining either idea and perform, via illustrative scientific case fabric, it presents a survey of alternative ways to the combination of psychological future health and substance misuse providers. a distinct number of chapters, from authors who're specialists within the box and pioneering cutting edge methods, presents a world point of view (including united kingdom, Germany, Australia, united states, Canada) of treatment.

Arranged in 5 sections, part 1 offers an advent to the difficulty of substance misuse among people with psychosis. part 2 introduces various built-in provider types from assorted nations. The 3rd part presents a pragmatic hands-on advisor to overview and therapy. The fourth part addresses the categorical remedy wishes of specified inhabitants teams (including kids, forensic teams, homeless humans and people with HIV/AIDS). the ultimate part examines remedy consequence stories and implications for the future.

Clinical psychologists, psychiatrists, nurses, case managers, and psychiatric social employees in education and perform in health center, clinic and group settings will locate this publication an important useful source for operating with contributors (and their households) with co-occurring issues

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I did smoke one spliff that evening but it was less than I usually smoke and I did eventually fall asleep. ’’ 36 COGNITIVE-BEHAVIOURAL INTEGRATED TREATMENT Adaptations of Cognitive Therapy Techniques for People with Serious Mental Health Problems A number of obstacles have been identified in the treatment of people with severe mental health problems who misuse alcohol and drugs that have been highlighted previously. , 2001). In the attempt to address these difficulties, C-BIT provides a flexible, albeit structured, approach to treatment.

What is the evidence for that belief? Andrew said that he had tried to stop using cannabis before but had returned to using after one week. He said he usually didn’t have much ‘‘will-power’’ to change things, and he gave an example of trying to stop smoking cigarettes for the past year and not being able to. Have there been times when that has not been the case? Andrew said that he had been able to cut down his cannabis use when he had to pay off a few debts. He had also stopped smoking cigarettes for two months after he had made a New Year’s resolution.

If you look closely with your client at the evidence he/she uses to support these beliefs, you may find that the beliefs are not 100 per cent true all of the time and that they help your client talk him/ herself into using again. Some examples of common cognitive distortions/thinking errors of people who use drugs/alcohol problematically are listed in the box below. ’’ The ‘‘Three-Question Technique’’ A technique that you will find helpful to assist your client in re-evaluating and modifying the positive reasons for use is the ‘‘three-question technique’’.

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