Treating Patients With Alcohol and Other Drug Problems: An Integrated Approach, Second Edition
For individuals in the U.S. & U.S. territories
In this new edition of Treating Patients With Alcohol and Other Drug Problems: An Integrated Approach, scholar-practitioners Robert D. Margolis and Joan E. Zweben reprise their treatment-oriented survey of assessing alcohol and other drug (AOD) problems for practitioners to make informed referrals of clients in a variety of intake settings. And although referral is certainly appropriate in many cases, this new edition of the book seeks to enhance the confidence and skill of psychotherapists and other practitioners in addressing alcohol and drug use in the context of their ongoing work.
The authors review the etiology of drug dependence and different methods of assessment, the range of treatment approaches and the types of patients appropriate for them, and relapse prevention.
The second edition of Treating Patients With Alcohol and Other Drug Problems: An Integrated Approach includes new material on individual psychotherapy and family therapy for clients with AOD problems, as well as an updated overview of the treatment community (both self-help and professional) that examines the basic assumptions and operating principles of various treatment venues in an effort to minimize the miscommunication that can occur when professionals from different "cultures" attempt to collaborate on client care.
- Psychologists in the Substance Abuse Field
- Models and Theories of Addiction
- Assessment of Substance Abuse and Dependence
- Determining Appropriate Treatment
- Individual Psychotherapy
- Family Therapy
- Group Therapy and Self-Help Groups in Addiction Treatment
- Relapse Prevention
About the Authors
Robert D. Margolis, PhD, is a licensed clinical psychologist and has specialized in adolescent addiction and substance abuse since 1977. He is the founder and executive director of Solutions Intensive Outpatient Program, a treatment program for adolescents in Roswell, Georgia. Dr. Margolis was director of psychological services at the Ridgeview Institute from 1984 to 1997.
Dr. Margolis received his undergraduate degree from Duke University and his doctorate in clinical psychology from Georgia State University. He completed an APA-approved full-time predoctoral clinical psychology internship from Duke University's Department of Psychiatry/Division of Medical Psychology. He holds the APA College Certificate of Proficiency in the Treatment of Alcohol and Other Psychoactive Substance Use Disorders.
He is a fellow in APA's Division 50 (Addictions). He has served as an APA consultant on addiction-related matters and has appeared in numerous television documentaries on alcohol and drug abuse problems.
Dr. Margolis has authored more than 15 articles and several book chapters on substance abuse and dependence. In 1997, he coauthored the first edition of this book with Joan E. Zweben.
Joan E. Zweben, PhD, is the founder and executive director of the 14th Street Clinic and Medical Group (1979–2007) and the East Bay Community Recovery Project (1989–present) in Oakland, California. The East Bay Community Recovery Project has been providing medical and psychosocial services to alcohol and other drug-dependent patients and their families and is a training site for graduate students and interns in the San Francisco Bay Area. Through these organizations, she has collaborated with researchers locally and nationally since 1981 and has been on the national steering committee of the National Institute on Drug Abuse's Clinical Trials Network since 2002.
Dr. Zweben received her undergraduate degree from Brandeis University and her doctorate in clinical psychology from the University of Michigan. She is licensed in California, holds the APA College Certificate of Proficiency in the Treatment of Alcohol and Other Psychoactive Substance Use Disorders, and is a fellow of APA's Division 50 (Addictions).
Dr. Zweben is the author of four books and more than 60 articles and book chapters and is the editor of 15 monographs on treating addiction. She is active in training professionals from a variety of disciplines who work in mental health or addiction treatment settings. She is also health sciences clinical professor of psychiatry in the School of Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco.