6 edition of A systems change approach to substance abuse prevention found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -175) and indexes.
|Statement||edited by Jacob U. Gordon.|
|Series||Studies in health and human services ;, v. 26|
|Contributions||Gordon, Jacob U.|
|LC Classifications||HV5825 .S946 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 194 p. :|
|Number of Pages||194|
|ISBN 10||0773487816, 0889461260|
|LC Control Number||96039801|
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Edith Freeman is a professor of social work at the University of Kansas, and is the author of several books, including Substance Abuse Treatment: A Family Systems Perspective, The Addiction Process: Effective Social Work Practice, and coauthor of Social Work Practice with Black Families: A Culture Specific Approach.
Substance Abuse Intervention, Prevention, Rehabilitation, and Systems Change: Helping Individuals, Families, and Groups to Empower Themselves (Empowering the Powerless: A Social Work Series) - Kindle edition by Freeman, Edith, Gutiérrez, Lorraine.
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Substance Abuse Intervention, Prevention, Rehabilitation, and Systems Change: Helping Individuals, Families, and Groups to Empower Themselves Edith M. A Systems Change Approach to Substance Abuse Prevention by Jacob U. Gordon | Waterstones This book can be found in: Politics, Society & Education > Society & culture > Social issues & processes > Illness & addiction Politics, Society & Education > Social welfare & social services > Social workBook Edition: Illustrated Edition.
The Community Health Demonstration Project developed a community systems model of program development and interventions which provides consistent, ongoing prevention messages and services across multiple delivery systems and service providers.
This model has brought together various sectors of a rural disadvantaged Appalachian community in A systems change approach to substance abuse prevention book. General systems theory stresses the importance groups and their influences over individual people. We all exist within a set of nested social systems.
These nested social systems can include families, organizations, neighborhoods, societies, cultures, etc. According to this theory, we can only under. Common systems with which child abuse prevention professionals may need to collaborate include early childhood, substance abuse, and domestic violence systems.
The following resources address forming effective partnerships across systems to prevent child abuse and neglect, including State and local examples.
The change companies help people make positive life change through Interactive Journaling, a structured and experiential writing process that motivates and guides participants. This innovative, evidence-based methodology was developed with the assistance of over professionals.
SAMHSA's mission is to reduce the impact of substance abuse and mental illness on America's communities.
Fishers Ln Rockville, MD SAMHSA-7. As a comprehensive prevention approach, Life Skills Training (LST) uses general self-management skills, general social skills, information/skills about drug use, and _____: Booster sessions Early steps in effective substance abuse prevention programs include needs clarification, assessment, and.
Each approach to drug treatment is designed to address certain aspects of drug addiction and its consequences for the individual, family, and society. This section presents examples of treatment approaches and components that have an evidence base supporting their use.
Each approach is designed to address certain aspects of drug addiction and its consequences for. Rockville, MD: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Originating Office Quality Improvement and Workforce Development Branch, Division of Services Improvement, Center for Substance Abuse Treatment, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, 1 Choke Cherry Road, Rockville, MD View more A Public Health-Based Approach to Addressing Substance Use Disorders Released inFacing Addiction in America: The Surgeon General's Report on Alcohol, Drugs, and Health addresses the problem of alcohol and drug misuse in America.
The report recognizes that a comprehensive approach is necessary in order to successfully face the issues of substance. Edith Freeman is a professor of social work at the University of Kansas, and is the author of several books, including Substance Abuse Treatment: A Family Systems Perspective, The Addiction Process: Effective Social Work Practice, and coauthor of Social Work Practice with Black Families: A Culture Specific Approach.
Product by: 8. Synopsis This book is the first to utilize the empowerment approach of social work practice with substance-abusing clients, bridging clinical, community, and social policy approaches in order to place individual addiction in its sociopolitical context. Principles of Substance Abuse Prevention is based on A Guide to Science-Based Practices in Substance Abuse Prevention, a seminal monograph developed and written by Paul J.
Brounstein, Janine M. Zweig, and Stephen E. Gardner, with substantial contri- butions from Maria Carmona, Paul Florin, Roy Gabriel, and Kathy Stewart. The US National Institute of Drug Abuse has developed a list of principles for prevention, drawn from long-term research studies on the origins of substance abuse behaviors and the common elements of effective prevention programs.
These include the following: a) prevention programs should enhance protective factors and reverse or reduce risk. CDC’s Technical Package for Preventing Child Abuse and Neglect pdf icon [ MB, 52 Pages, ] identifies a number of strategies based on the best available evidence to help states and communities prevent and reduce child abuse and neglect.
Effective prevention strategies focus on modifying policies, practices, and societal norms to create. approaches based on tradition, convention, belief, or anecdotal evidence.
The shift to but the goal is always community-level change in substance use consumption patterns and consequences. Human Services Substance Abuse Prevention system. CPRD coordinates administration of the Illinois Youth Survey (IYS) and manages the web-based.
An ST approach to prevention involves mapping out drivers, influencers and dynamics that are implicated in IPV and CAN and informs possible prevention efforts. The approach to response involves understanding and responding to the aftermath of violence with the aim of trauma response, healing, and safety.
drug prevention is aimed at reducing risk factors, such as early aggressive behavior, lack of parental supervision, the lure of gang membership, drug availability, and poverty assumes that teaching about the harmful effects of drugs will change attitudes about use and abuse. Attitude Change or Affective Education Model.
an approach. Public substance abuse treatment programs have traditionally relied on three funding streams: Federal substance abuse block grants, Medicaid reimbursement, and State general funds.
These traditional funding sources have now been joined by new potential funding sources at both the Federal and State levels. Most of these provide funding for substance abuse treatment.
Family-Based Drug Use Prevention Programs. A Population Approach to Parenting and Family Intervention Ronald J. Prinz; Brief Strategic Family Therapy: Thirty-Five Years of Interplay Among Theory, Research, and Practice in Adolescent Behavior Problems and Drug Abuse Viviana E.
Horigian and José Szapocznik. This guide introduces substance use disorder treatment and family therapy and features models for integrating the two approaches to therapy. It also discusses cultural competency, considerations for specific populations, policy and program issues, and.
Pharmacotherapies are a method of treating drug and substance abuse with the use of prescribed medications that imitate the drug in a person’s system.
This is a controversial subject in the approaches to substance abuse treatment as many believe that using drugs to handle drug addiction, is indeed just a substitution. The book will follow a similar format to her previous book, presenting information in easy to read outline form, with relevant forms, patient questionnaires, checklists, business documents, etc.
Part I discusses the social impact of substance abuse and provides a general overview of the physiological and psychological characteristics of abuse. In this book, the editors bring together a body of intervention research into a practical guide that shows how seven selected prevention programs address these risk factors.
After introducing the developmental and setting factors that affect risk for substance use, a general framework for translating this research into practice is provided. Substance abuse can also occur when the individual perceives a need to escape family problems and finds that the numbing effect of chemicals provides this avenue.
Thus, substances that serve to lessen either physical or emotional pain, can rapidly become part of daily routine leading to substance abuse. SYSTEMS-BASED PRACTICE.
SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT SERVICES SYSTEM. and problem-solving approach when working with other systems of care. (,10,12) 6) Offer and maintain hope as part of ongoing treatment, so that youth and family are helped to effect change in prevention, treatment, and policy.
For details. selors to develop basic substance abuse counseling skills. Before reading this text, you should have an understanding of substance abuse counseling theory, principles, and knowledge. Two works that fit well with this book and provide the necessary knowledge are by G.
Miller () and Jarvis, Tebbutt, Mattick, and Shand (). "Edith M. Freeman's Substance Abuse Treatment is long overdue and warmly welcomed The book offers a refreshing examination of both life cycle and multicultural aspects of substance abuse treatment, all cast within the family systems framework This book should go a long way in guiding social workers and other professionals who are increasingly dealing with substance.
The Complexity of Substance Abuse and the Challenge of Counseling Adolescents Substance abuse problems are serious, often recurring, complex, biopsychosocial disorders that generate systems problems at many levels, from the cell and organ, to family, to schools, to workplaces, and to society at large (Alexander & Gwyther, ).
Substance Abuse Prevention, also known as drug abuse prevention, is a process that attempts to prevent the onset of substance use or limit the development of problems associated with using psychoactive's tion efforts may focus on the individual or their surroundings.
A concept known as "environmental prevention" focuses on changing. Substance Abuse revention Snapshots from the Safe SchoolsHealthy Students Initiative. Key Strategies in Preventing Youth Substance Abuse. Schools and communities must create environments in which student substance use is strongly discouraged.
A multifaceted approach that incorporates substance abuse policy, the involvement of community. Chemical dependency: A systems approach. 4th ed. Boston: Pearson. E-mail Citation» This textbook provides information on the major theories of substance use disorders, including cultural theories, and an extensive chapter on substance use disorders and their prevention and treatment among members of ethnic groups in the United States.
"Drug Abuse Prevention and Community Readiness: Training Facilitator's Manual" is a 9-hour, modular training curriculum, designed for use by training facilitators in introducing prevention practitioners and community members to the basic theory of substance abuse prevention and the three prevention strategies.
The facilitator's manual also. Using a Motivational Interviewing approach is an effective tool for managing fear related to change. • Conversations about change should feel like waltzing, not wrestling. • People have strengths, motivations, and resources that are vital to activate in order for change to occur.
• Discussing behavior change requires a partnership. Important Facts. Drug abuse has a pervasive effect on an entire community. Understanding drug use risk factors and spreading the word through prevention programs is the best defense against drug abuse.
Parental monitoring has been the most effective way to slow the expansion of drugs in family situations. “This comphrehensive resource makes a great companion to works such as Edith M.
Freeman’s Substance Abuse Treatment (Sage, ), Gary L. Fisher and Thomas C. Harrison’s Substance Abuse (4th ed., Allyn & Bacon, ), and most of the works in Guilford’s “Substance Abuse. The Encyclopedia of Substance Abuse Prevention, Treatment, and Recovery is intended for use by pre-service and in-service addiction prevention and treatment providers and allied professionals in the fields of criminal justice, counseling, social work, public health, nursing, medicine, other health care professions, education, and family studies.Use and abuse of drugs and alcohol by teens is very common and can have serious consequences.
Recurrent adolescent substance use contributes to personal distress, poor school performance, short and long term health problems, relationship difficulties, and involvement in antisocial activities.The treatment of patients with substance use disorders requires that providers be aware of their own views on the relative roles of personal responsibility and .