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|Author||: Malinda Miller|
|Editor||: Simon and Schuster|
Having a drug addiction is hard enough. So is having a mental illness such as schizophrenia, depression, or an anxiety disorder. Imagine having them both. You'll find out what that's like in Dual Diagnosis: Drug Addiction and Mental Illness. Many people suffer from both an addiction to a drug and another mental illness, making everyday life almost impossible. Dual Diagnosis explores ways to deal with dangerous addictions on top of mental illness. The book covers what addictions and mental illnesses are, diagnosis, and multiple treatment options. You'll also read inspirational stories about people who have suffered with—and overcome-dual diagnosis.
|Author||: Yona Lunsky,Jonathan Weiss,Centre for Addiction and Mental Health|
|Editor||: Centre for Addiction and Mental Health|
Dual Diagnosis: An Information Guide was developed for the families of people who have developmental disabilites and mental health problems. It provides basic information about dual diagnosis and explains what we know about services and supports and how best to access them. It also suggests ways to take care of yourself while caring for your family member. From a family member: "This guide gives us very useful information and points us to sources that can answer our questions, andto alternatives to consider.""
|Author||: National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine,Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education,Board on Behavioral, Cognitive, and Sensory Sciences,Committee on the Science of Changing Behavioral Health Social Norms|
|Editor||: National Academies Press|
Estimates indicate that as many as 1 in 4 Americans will experience a mental health problem or will misuse alcohol or drugs in their lifetimes. These disorders are among the most highly stigmatized health conditions in the United States, and they remain barriers to full participation in society in areas as basic as education, housing, and employment. Improving the lives of people with mental health and substance abuse disorders has been a priority in the United States for more than 50 years. The Community Mental Health Act of 1963 is considered a major turning point in America's efforts to improve behavioral healthcare. It ushered in an era of optimism and hope and laid the groundwork for the consumer movement and new models of recovery. The consumer movement gave voice to people with mental and substance use disorders and brought their perspectives and experience into national discussions about mental health. However over the same 50-year period, positive change in American public attitudes and beliefs about mental and substance use disorders has lagged behind these advances. Stigma is a complex social phenomenon based on a relationship between an attribute and a stereotype that assigns undesirable labels, qualities, and behaviors to a person with that attribute. Labeled individuals are then socially devalued, which leads to inequality and discrimination. This report contributes to national efforts to understand and change attitudes, beliefs and behaviors that can lead to stigma and discrimination. Changing stigma in a lasting way will require coordinated efforts, which are based on the best possible evidence, supported at the national level with multiyear funding, and planned and implemented by an effective coalition of representative stakeholders. Ending Discrimination Against People with Mental and Substance Use Disorders: The Evidence for Stigma Change explores stigma and discrimination faced by individuals with mental or substance use disorders and recommends effective strategies for reducing stigma and encouraging people to seek treatment and other supportive services. It offers a set of conclusions and recommendations about successful stigma change strategies and the research needed to inform and evaluate these efforts in the United States.
|Author||: Patrick Kimuyu|
|Editor||: GRIN Verlag|
Seminar paper from the year 2016 in the subject Medicine - Public Health, grade: 1, Egerton University, language: English, abstract: Substance abuse and co-occurring disorders are seemingly becoming an enormous challenge to health care systems. Substance abuse has become popular, especially among the young people even though its prevalence appears to be a cross-sectional health issue with drug addiction occurring across all ages and gender. On the other hand, mental illnesses are increasing at an alarming rate among the global population; thus, unprecedented burden to healthcare systems and professionals. Ordinarily, the occurrence of a mental health issue such as depression and a substance abuse problem is what is commonly referred to as dual diagnosis or a co-occurring disorder. From a nursing perspective, dual diagnosis does not appear to be a simple task because it deals with handling two problems concurrently: the mental health problem and the substance abuse issue.
|Author||: G. Hussein Rassool|
|Editor||: John Wiley & Sons|
The increasing number of individuals with co-existing substance misuse and psychiatric disorders presents a key challenge to mental health and addiction nurses. This practice-based text focuses on the management and intervention strategies to effectively meet the needs of this client group in both community and residential settings. Dual Diagnosis Nursing is a comprehensive text for practitioners on contemporary approaches to working with dual disorder and dual diagnosis patients. It explores both clinical and theoretical perspectives in a variety of different care and treatment settings, addressing key issues such as needs of special populations, multi-dimensional assessment, dealing with emergencies, prescribing and medication management, nursing and psychological interventions, spiritual needs, carers’ interventions and professional development.
|Author||: G. Hussein Rassool|
Dual diagnosis is the concurrent existence of substance misuse and psychiatric disorders in an individual. There has been an increase in the number of people being dual diagnosed and this impacts psychiatry services in primary care and general hospital settings. This book will provide practitioners with a comprehensive text on the contemporary issues of working with dual diagnosis patients from both clinical and theoretical perspectives.
|Author||: Marilyn Herie,W. J. Wayne Skinner|
|Editor||: Oxford University Press, USA|
"Based on the most up-to-date information available, this book separates myth from reality, considers Canada in an international context, and evaluates policy options."-back cover.
|Author||: Kim T. Mueser,Douglas L. Noordsy,Robert E. Drake,Lindy Fox Smith|
|Editor||: Guilford Publications|
This comprehensive clinical handbook provides virtually everything needed to plan, deliver, and evaluate effective treatment for persons with substance abuse problems and persistent mental illness. From authors at the forefront of the dual disorders field, the book is grounded in decades of influential research. Presented are clear guidelines for developing integrated treatment programs, performing state-of-the-art assessments, and implementing a wide range of individual, group, and family interventions. Also addressed are residential and other housing services, involuntary interventions, vocational rehabilitation, and psychopharmacology for dual disorders. Throughout, the emphasis is on workable ways to combine psychiatric and substance abuse services into a cohesive, unitary system of care. Designed in a convenient large-size format with lay-flat binding for ease of photocopying, the volume contains all needed assessment forms, treatment planning materials, and client handouts, most with permission to reproduce.
|Author||: Ted R. Watkins,Ara Lewellen,Marjie C. Barrett|
'Dual Diagnosis' presents a model which integrates the two issues of substance abuse and psychiatric disorder, for treatment in a single setting.
|Author||: Richard N. Rosenthal,American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry|
|Editor||: Psychology Press|
Dual Diagnosis, the second volume in the Key Readings in Addiction Psychiatry Series, broadly illuminates the nature, presentation, evaluation and treatment of persons with co-occurring mental and substance use disorders.
|Author||: National Collaborating Centre for Mental Health (Great Britain)|
|Editor||: RCPsych Publications|
This text sets out clear recommendations for healthcare staff (based on the best available evidence) on how to assess and manage adults and young people (aged 14+) who have both psychosis and a substance misuse problem, in order to integrate treatment for both conditions and thus improve their care.
New Directions for Mental Health Services Dual Diagnosis of Major Mental Illness and Substance Disorder
|Author||: Kenneth Minkoff,Robert E. Drake|
In past years significant advances have been made in both the conceptualization and development of innovative program models providing integrated assessment and concommitant treatment for dually disordered patients. The purpose of this volume is to provide the reader with information about the most current ideas and clinical interventions available. Although many of the models presented here have been successful only in clinical trials, and efficacy is not yet confirmed by controlled research, the principles used in the development of these models hopefully will have value in assisting clinicians, managers, and planners who have an immediate need to provide services to this population. This is the 50th issue of the quarterly journal New Directions for Mental Health Services.
|Author||: Peter Phillips,Olive McKeown,Tom Sandford|
|Editor||: John Wiley & Sons|
Dual Diagnosis: Practice in Context is a practicalevidence-based guide for practitioners working inmulti-disciplinary mental health and substance misuse servicesettings. Divided into three sections, this comprehensive andinternational text first explores the contemporary contextualissues surrounding the subject area. It then goes on toreview dual diagnosis in some of the ‘special’populations (including people diagnosed with personality disorders,women, young people, and older adults) and contemporary issues(e.g. crystal methamphetamine and mental health). Part three reviews the development of international serviceresponses to dual diagnosis and discusses the development andcommissioning of service models, research and practice development.The text concludes with a chapter outlining priorities for thedevelopment of interventions, service approaches, research andeducation. KEY FEATURES: A authoritative in-depth review of both theoretical,clinical and policy issues within a single text Draws together a range of established contributors from avariety of disciplines, including mental health nurses,occupational therapists, social workers and psychiatrists International in focus, with contributors from the UK, USA,Europe and Australia
|Author||: Katie Evans,J. Michael Sullivan|
|Editor||: Guilford Press|
Updated for today's health care climate, the revised and expanded second edition of this popular volume offers a thorough introduction to clinical work with this difficult-to-treat population. Providing a unique synthesis of chemical dependency and mental health models, the book articulates a framework for assessment and treatment and describes a range of effective counseling and motivational strategies for adolescents and adults. The second edition includes discussions of the latest developments in treatment, sample treatment plans, increased coverage of ways to incorporate 12-step concepts into mental health interventions, and a new section on trauma-based disorders in addicted female adolescents. The practical utility of the volume is enhanced by clinical vignettes, clearly presented tables, and reproducible forms.
|Author||: Yifrah Kaminer|
|Editor||: American Psychiatric Pub|
The editor and authors of Youth Substance Abuse and Co-occurring Disorders take an applied approach that serves the needs of clinicians, clinical researchers, and students in the fields of mental health, public health, and medicine (pediatrics, family medicine, and child and adolescent psychiatry, in particular). While the population of adolescents with SUD possesses diverse clinical characteristics, 70%--80% manifest comorbid psychopathology, known also as co-occurring disorders or dual diagnosis -- that is, the presence of one or more comorbid psychiatric disorders in addition to SUDs. These comorbidities can greatly complicate assessment and treatment, and this book provides clinicians with not only the theory behind the various approaches to SUD but also the practical knowledge that is essential to understand and treat psychiatric comorbidity in these adolescents. Some of the most prominent investigators in the field have contributed scholarly chapters to the volume, which offers a multitude of useful features: An extensive examination of the etiology of SUD, focusing on whether psychopathology may precede SUD, as in the majority of cases, develop as a consequence of preexisting SUD, or originate from a common vulnerability Consistent emphasis on future directions in clinical research and treatment advancement, which helps the reader identify critical gaps in understanding the relationship between SUD and psychiatric comorbidity among youth Thorough, state-of-the art chapters on the developmental pathways and relationships between substance use and co-occurring psychiatric disorders, screening tools and interventions, and the full range of co-occurring disorders make the book ideal for instructional use Information on risk factors for development of SUD in adolescence, including psychiatric disorders in childhood such as disruptive behavior disorders, mood, anxiety disorders, etc. Clinically useful and scientifically rigorous, Youth Substance Abuse and Co-occurring Disorders should stimulate further discussion and advancement of the field, ultimately resulting in improved and more effective services and intervention modalities for these youth.
|Author||: Howard Vogel|
|Editor||: Simon and Schuster|
Since 1989, clients with severe co-occurring addiction and mental health disorders have found experience, strength, and hope through the Twelve Step group Double Trouble in Recovery (DTR). Since 1989, clients with severe co-occurring addiction and mental health disorders have found experience, strength, and hope through the Twelve Step group Double Trouble in Recovery (DTR). This is the equivalent to the Alcoholics Anonymous Book for those dealing with severe mental illness and addiction. Priced economically for distribution to group members.
|Author||: Jolanta B. Zawilska|
Over the last decade, and particularly during the recent five years, a rapidly increasing number of novel psychoactive substance (NPSs), often marketed as “designer drugs”, “legal highs”, “herbal highs”, “research or intermediate chemicals” and “laboratory reagents”, has appeared on the drug market in an effort to bypass controlled substance legislation. NPSs encompass a wide range of different compounds and drug classes but had been dominated by synthetic cannabinomimetics and psychostimulatory synthetic cathinones, so-called β-keto amphetamines. Compounds from the later class were first detected in Europe in 2004, and since then 103 new cathinones have been identified and reported to the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction, with 57 during the last two years. Synthetic cathinones – novel addictive and stimulatory psychoactive substances is the first publication of this kind that provides readers with background on chemical structures, detection, prevalence and motivation of use of the very popular group of NPSs. This book also presents comprehensive overview of the mechanisms of action, pharmacological activity, and main metabolic pathways of synthetic cathinones, followed by a detailed discussion of the acute and chronic toxicity associated with the use of these substances. Written by international experts in the field, this multi-authored book is a valuable reference not only for scientists, clinicians and academics, but also for readers representing different professional background who are involved in educational-prophylactic activities directed to harm reduction of psychoactive compounds.
|Author||: Jonathan D. Avery,John W. Barnhill|
|Editor||: American Psychiatric Pub|
Co-occurring Mental Illness and Substance Use Disorders: A Guide to Diagnosis and Treatment provides a clinically detailed, evidence-based, and exhaustive examination of a topic rarely plumbed in psychiatry texts, despite the fact that co-occurring mental illness and substance use disorders are common. The authors argue for a more holistic and integrated approach, calling for clinicians to tactfully but persistently evaluate patients for a broad range of co-occurring disorders before determining appropriate treatment. Focusing on a substance use disorder in isolation, without determining whether another psychiatric disorder is co-occurring, can doom treatment efforts, and the reverse also is true. To help clinicians keep the big picture in mind, the book is organized around 18 cases, each of which addresses a particular diagnostic skill (e.g., assessment), group of disorders commonly comorbid with substance use disorders (e.g., PTSD, eating disorders), specific treatment (e.g., pharmacological interventions), or special population (e.g., adolescents). This case-based approach makes it easy for readers to understand strategies and master transferable techniques when dealing with their own patients. Because the initial face-to-face sessions are especially important with this patient population, the book includes chapters on the diagnostic assessment and the initial interview, as well as offering interviewing tips throughout to help the clinician develop the necessary care and skill in this arena. Also included is a chapter on integrating motivational interviewing into the treatment. Each of the 18 cases stands alone, allowing the reader flexibility in using the text. For example, the 18 cases and discussions can be read sequentially, or as needed, depending on the reader's special interest or current need. The book also features chapters on how to effectively work with patients whose disorders might be affecting other members of a patient's family, since the likelihood of a successful outcome is enhanced if an integrated treatment plan is developed for their co-occurring disorders. The questions that accompany each chapter can be used as an organizational tool prior to reading or to test knowledge and comprehension afterward. The text is completely up-to date and provides DSM-5 diagnostic information essential to each case. Co-occurring Mental Illness and Substance Use Disorders: A Guide to Diagnosis and Treatment offers a straightforward approach to people with complicated presentations, offering mental health clinicians the skills they require to effectively assess, diagnose, and treat these patients and their families.
|Author||: Robert B. Pereira|
|Editor||: Agio Publishing House|
Faces of Dual Diagnosis: A Canadian Perspective Studies reveal that about 1 in every 350 people (perhaps 90,000 Canadians) are affected by "both" mental health problems "and" addictions -- a condition referred to as "dual diagnosis" or DD. Although the impacts on society are considerable -- on our health system's resources; on our legal and social welfare programs; on employers, friends, neighbours and family; and on the individual him or herself -- remarkably little has been written in the popular media about this widespread problem. There is also inadequate awareness and training within the health, legal and social welfare systems, contends physician Robert B. Pereira, who specializes in treatment of DD clients. In Faces of Dual Diagnosis: A Canadian Perspective, Pereira explains the various types of mental illnesses and addictions which typically are found in DD. He discusses treatment regimes and offers case studies, based on real patient profiles, to demonstrate his contention that the most successful approach includes a holistic examination and treatment of the client's mental, physical and spiritual health. Pereira discusses his own life path and then presents a case for the creation of a Canadian Center for Policy Research on Dual Diagnosis. Dozens of DD-related resources are listed in the appendix. Dr. Pereira practices medicine in Surrey, BC. "In the heat of the mid-day sun I rest by the ocean under the shade of a large tree. At midnight, where there is darkness all around but the light shines just as brightly - I awaken - A creature of darkness I have been. This I have not understood but now accept Light, many things it is An end to the darkness it cannot bring Of darkness is borne the light. "-- Robert B. Pereira
|Author||: Joel Solomon,Sheldon Zimberg,Edward Shollar|
|Editor||: Springer Science & Business Media|
This book grew out of a project to improve evaluation and treatment of dual diagnosis patients at St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center in New York City. Based on such practical experience, the clinical information and case studies presented here will enable clinicians, teachers, and researchers to enhance services for this grossly underserved population.