By Irving Maltzman
This significant e-book presents a assessment of the Minnesota version of alcoholism remedy, which mixes present scientific remedies and the 12-step ideas of Alcoholics nameless with the target of abstinence. It severely examines the examine base aiding cognitive habit remedy techniques to alcoholism. utilizing facts from biosociobehavioral technology and significant analyses of alcoholism remedy consequence literature, the booklet rebuts the view of cognitive habit therapists that alcoholism is not anything yet a foul behavior .
This publication fills an important want, describing which alcoholism remedies paintings and which don't. it truly is a useful advisor to the aiding professions taking good care of alcoholics, alcoholism counselors, social employees, nurses, medical psychologists and psychiatrists in addition to the clever layperson drawn to alcoholism and its remedy. It additionally serves as a textbook for alcoholism classes and as an ancillary textual content for irregular psychology classes.
Contents: A Biosociobehavioral disorder notion of Alcoholism; Alcoholism remedies and Mistreatments; What Makes Alcoholics nameless paintings; Expectancy conception and study: Balderdash; Self-selection of Alcoholism remedy ambitions: damage aid or Induction; Little Albert Redux II: Bias and absence of Scholarship in Textbooks; Sociology of technological know-how and Alcoholism Studies.
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Second, the control group here was not a ‘no treatment’ condition. In fact, the control patients were treated in programs that had shown evidence of effectiveness. For these reasons, we believe the findings have potential practical value and impact for the contemporary treatment of addictions. [p. 733] The authors noted that there are several limitations to the generality of these findings. Patients were all referred to treatment by their EAP; patient characteristics and services may have therefore differed from services provided in public facilities.
Qxd 11/21/2007 3:35 PM Page 31 FA Alcoholism Treatments and Mistreatments 31 by Harrison et al. (1991). Numbers of cases studied, success rates, and sophistication of the detailed analyses of pertinent variables far exceed any reported outcomes for controlled drinking training efficacy or brief intervention studies. Nevertheless, abstinence results reported by CATOR are not cited by Marlatt et al. (1993) or Hester and Miller (1995) and other reviewers. . These studies are not mentioned much less considered effective ways of producing harm reduction.
1997) employed a new sample of participants. One inpatient and one outpatient program employed a traditional Minnesota Model treatment program, emphasizing the 12 steps to attain sobriety, and provided group and individual counseling as well as AA referral. The other two programs, in addition, provided psychiatric and family therapy services. After placement in one of the programs, each patient was randomly assigned to a standard or a matched service. All patients received ASI scores, but the clinical director of the standard service was asked to treat patients in their usual standard fashion.