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By Hermine L. Graham

ISBN-10: 0470854375

ISBN-13: 9780470854372

ISBN-10: 0470854383

ISBN-13: 9780470854389

This fascinating new e-book addresses the real factor of ways to supply built-in psychological future health and substance misuse therapy of people with those co-occurring problems. Combining either conception and perform, by way of illustrative medical case fabric, it offers a survey of other ways to the combination of psychological health and wellbeing and substance misuse providers. a different choice of chapters, from authors who're specialists within the box and pioneering leading edge methods, offers a world standpoint (including united kingdom, Germany, Australia, united states, Canada) of treatment.

Arranged in 5 sections, part 1 presents an creation to the difficulty of substance misuse among people with psychosis. part 2 introduces more than a few built-in carrier types from diverse nations. The 3rd part presents a realistic hands-on consultant to evaluate and therapy. The fourth part addresses the categorical therapy wishes of specific inhabitants teams (including adolescents, forensic teams, homeless humans and people with HIV/AIDS). the ultimate part examines therapy final result reviews and implications for the future.

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

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Fundamentally, the cognitive model posits that thoughts and beliefs affect the way people feel and behave. An example commonly used to illustrate the cognitive model is as follows. If you were lying upstairs in bed at night, and you heard a loud crashing sound downstairs, and the thought ran through your mind, ‘‘It’s a man with an axe, come to burgle my house, and he will attack me,’’ you would tend to notice changes in your body (for example, heart racing, sweating and butterflies in your stomach), your mood (that is, anxious and nervous), and behaviour (for example, fight or flight).

They suggest that proximal factors, such as stressors (for example substance use and family conflict) increase the risk of destabilisation (that is, loss of emotional homeostasis/balance) and activation of these underlying vulnerability characteristics. The experience of psychosis and the associated experiences are said to be mediated by beliefs. That is, if the psychosis and related experiences are perceived as a traumatic event, it is said to disturb the equilibrium of a person’s life. 24 COGNITIVE-BEHAVIOURAL INTEGRATED TREATMENT Cognitive Therapy for Problematic Substance Use In the same vein, cognitive therapy has been extended to the treatment of substance abuse.

People are often unaware of the relationship between thinking and feeling. However, mood, behaviour and thoughts are inextricably connected and contribute to cravings for alcohol or drugs. Thoughts such as ‘‘I can’t cope without a drink’’, ‘‘I’ll feel good if I use some crack’’ and ‘‘Smoking cannabis will make the voices stop’’ are positive substance-related beliefs that encourage continued use of the substance in a problematic pattern. Such substance-related beliefs, although often not 100 per cent true, actually increase cravings to use.

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