For Health Care Practitioners
Hazelden's pioneering treatment programme specifically for criminal justice professionals is now better than ever. With a streamlined format, updated information, and an affordable price, this revised version of A New Direction is sure to make a positive impact in your residential substance abuse treatment program or with any of your law-involved clients.
Providing a year-long compendium of recovery wisdom and inspiration to help those who are newly sober, this book serves as your recovery coach, providing guidance and inspiration when you feel vulnerable in your sobriety, and helping you to move past common stumbling blocks and flourish in your daily life.
In this accessible and engaging workbook, Beattie uses her trademark down-to-earth style to offer readers a Twelve Step, interactive program to stop obsessing about others by developing the insight, strength, and resilience to start taking care of themselves.
The definitive book on the impact of methamphetamine on individuals, communities, and society, this is written by two of America's leading addiction and criminal justice experts. In separating fact from fiction, the authors provide context for understanding the meth problem by tracing its history and the varying patterns of use over time.
This revised edition explores the personal motives, attitudes, assumptions and perceptions of men who are recurrently violent. How patterned and consistent is the violence of such men? What are the dynamics of their escalating encounters? What dispositions are most apt and lead to violence?
Argues that ethics is concerned with personal decisions - as is analysis itself. After considering the nature of ethics, this work turns to Immanuel Kant and Max Weber for a practical consideration of therapeutic relationships. It applies his ethical principles to the first psychoanalytical cases described by Freud and Jung.
The author's purpose in this text is to define the nature of value and restore it to a central position in discussions of ethical and aesthetic problems. Beginning with a broad view of postmodernism in general, a closer look is taken at attempts to reduce values to evaluation and deny objectivity.
Illustrated by case examples based on real-life situations, this volume covers personnel selection, organizational diagnosis and intervention, consulting relationships, research and academic issues, professional training and certification, billing and marketing, and the ethics of professional behavior. It is useful for I/O psychologists.
Aims to help students and practitioners understand how social workers have used human behavior theories to more competently address variations in group and community membership within the social worker-client encounter. This book explores how particular assumptions of human behavior theory are used to answer issues related to cultural diversity.
Conditioning is one of the core methods of psychiatry. It is a behavioral method, with a stimulus-response constellation. This work deals with the conditioning method, covering its behavioral, neurophysiological, and psychiatric aspects. It summarizes knowledge on the neurophysiology of conditioning.
Includes an introductory text for students of medicine and other health professions. By emphasising the relevance of biological, psychological and social factors in the assessment and treatment of mental illness, this work offers the student a practical approach to the field.
The term 'behavior therapy' is applied to many techniques and strategies, some theoretically based and some not, unified by a common goal: the application of learning principles to the treatment of psychopathology. This volume provides important information about traditional treatments involving therapist and patient.
Proponents of professional ethics recognize the importance of theory but also know that the field of ethics is best understood through real-world applications. This book introduces students and practitioners to important ethical concepts through the lives of major thinkers ranging from Aristotle to Ayn Rand, and John Stuart Mill to the Dalai Lama.
Avoiding Relapse through Self-Awareness and Right Action
Understanding Self-Deception, Second Edition
Letting Go of the Need to Control
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