e-books in Addiction Psychiatry category
- National Academies Press , 2017
Drug overdose is now the leading cause of unintentional injury death in the US. The opioid crisis lies at the intersection of two challenges: reducing the burden of suffering from pain and the harms that can arise from the use of opioid medications.
- National Academies Press , 1996
Drug abuse persists as one of the most costly and contentious problems on the nation's agenda. This volume meets the need for a clear and thoughtful national research agenda that will yield the greatest benefit from today's limited resources.
by National Collaborating Centre for Mental Health - British Psychological Society , 2011
This guideline covers the assessment and management of adults and young people who have a clinical diagnosis of psychosis and coexisting substance misuse (harmful use of any psychotropic substance including alcohol and legal or illicit drugs).
by David Belin (ed.) - InTech , 2012
Addiction, increasingly perceived as a heterogeneous brain disorder, is one of the most peculiar psychiatric pathologies in that its management involves various resources from the biological, psychological, medical, social, and legal realms.
- British Psychological Society , 2011
This guideline reviews the evidence for the diagnosis and assessment of alcohol-use disorders, organisation and delivery of care, psychological interventions, and pharmacological interventions for assisted withdrawal and relapse prevention.
by Cynthia M Kuhn, George F Koob - CRC Press , 2010
Written by a distinguished international team of contributors, Advances in the Neuroscience of Addiction provides an excellent overview of the available and emerging approaches used to investigate the biologic mechanisms of drug addiction.
- Department of Veterans Affairs , 2010
Smoking is disproportionately higher among persons with depression. Furthermore, smokers with depression may experience more challenges when trying to make and maintain a quit attempt, such as greater negative mood symptoms from withdrawal.
by Patrick M. Reilly, at al. - U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services , 2002
This manual helps counselors teach anger management techniques in a group setting through a 12-week cognitive behavioral intervention. The manual describes the anger cycle, conflict resolution, assertiveness skills, and anger control plans.
- National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism , 2005
This Guide is written for primary care and mental health clinicians. It has been produced by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA), a component of the National Institutes of Health, with guidance from physicians.
by C. Robin Timmons, Leonard W. Hamilton - Rutgers University , 2009
From the table of contents: Behavior and the Chemistry of The Brain; General Methods of Brain/Behavior Analysis; Psychopharmacological Concepts; Specific Fears, Vague Anxieties And The Autonomic Nervous System; Pain and Other Stressors; etc.
by Cora L. Wetherington, Adele B. Roman - National Institutes of Health , 1998
The scientific evidence generated thus far suggests that drug abuse and addiction present different challenges to women's health, progress differently in females than in males, and may require different treatment approaches and strategies.
by Kathleen Carroll - National Institutes of Health , 2000
Cognitive-behavioral coping skills treatment is a focused approach to helping individuals become abstinent from cocaine. The underlying assumption is that learning processes play an important role in the development cocaine dependence.
- US Dept. of Health and Human Services Staff , 2005
This book provides a detailed description of medication-assisted treatment for opioid addiction, including optional approaches such as comprehensive maintenance treatment, detoxification, and medically supervised withdrawal.