Das S.T.A.R.-Programm in der Rückfall-Prophylaxe: Nutzen auch Sie diese vielfach bewährte Arbeitshilfe für Therapeuten, Berater und Selbsthilfegruppen-Leiter. - Gezielte Trainingsanleitung in 15 Modulen - Jedes Modul ist individuell einsetzbar und lässt sich leicht durchführen. - Alle Arbeits- und Informationsblätter zusätzlich auf CD-ROM
Author: Jörg Angenendt
Publisher: Georg Thieme Verlag
Author: Johannes Lindenmeyer
Publisher: Hogrefe Verlag
Die Neubearbeitung des Buches liefert einen praxisorientierten Leitfaden für die ambulante und stationäre Behandlung von Patienten mit einer Alkoholabhängigkeit. Der bewährte Therapieleitfaden berücksichtigt den aktuellen Stand der Forschung, integriert die S3-Leitlinie und die Veränderungen nach dem DSM-5 und setzt diese in konkrete, für Therapeuten und Patienten leicht nachvollziehbare Handlungsmöglichkeiten um. Praxisorientiert werden u.a. folgende Therapieschritte vorgestellt: Erstgespräch, Diagnose und Differenzialdiagnose, Motivierungsstrategien, Rückfallprävention, Gruppentherapie mit Alkoholabhängigen, Umgang mit rückfälligen Patienten und Einbeziehung von Angehörigen. Konkrete Formulierungshilfen für den Therapeuten, eine klare Strukturierung der einzelnen Therapieeinheiten sowie eine Vielzahl von Arbeitsmaterialien machen den Band zu einer wertvollen Hilfe bei der Behandlung von Alkoholkranken.
Welchen Herausforderungen sehen sich Mütter nach der Behandlung einer Alkoholabhängigkeit gegenüber? Im Fokus der Studie der Zürcher Hochschule für Angewandte Wissenschaften in Kooperation mit der Forel Klinik stehen Mütter, die eine stationäre oder tagesklinische Behandlung hinter sich haben. Die Ergebnisse der qualitativen Studie geben einen Einblick in das Leben dieser Mütter bei der Rückkehr in ihren Alltag.
Handbuch Psychoaktive Substanzen
Author: Maximilian von Heyden, Henrik Jungaberle, Tomislav Majić
Das Handbuch Psychoaktive Substanzen bietet einen fundierten Überblick und vereint das aktuelle Grundlagenwissen einer neu entstehenden Drogenwissenschaft, die psychoaktive Substanzen mehrdimensional betrachtet, Chancen und Risiken bilanziert und gegenwärtige Debatten mit Fakten fundiert. Das Handbuch ist ein wichtiges Referenzdokument für verschiedene Disziplinen und Professionen; von Medizinern, Psychologen, Suchttherapeuten, Pharmakologen und Neurowissenschaftlern zu Sozialwissenschaftlern, (Sozial-)Pädagogen, Kriminologen, Juristen und Polizisten. Es ist außerdem für jene Personen von Interesse, die sich mit den soziokulturellen und historischen Aspekten des Ge- und Missbrauchs von psychoaktiven Substanzen beschäftigen – einschließlich Lehrern, Journalisten und Politikern. Basierend auf einem interdisziplinären Ansatz wird in den Kapiteln das komplexe Wirkungsgefüge zwischen Mensch und psychoaktiven Substanzen untersucht und in strukturierter und übersichtlicher Weise zugänglich gemacht. Aktuelle Entwicklungen wie das Erscheinen neuer psychoaktiver Substanzen (NPS) sowie die kulturellen und politischen Veränderungen der letzten Jahre werden ebenfalls beleuchtet. The Handbook of Psychoactive Substances integrates the current knowledge base of the evolving field of drug science that views psychoactive substances from an interdisciplinary perspective. Opportunities and risks are balanced alongside objective facts in order to add to current debates. The Handbook is an important reference document, with relevance to many disciplines and professions; from medical doctors, psychologists, addiction therapists, pharmacologists and neuroscientists to criminologists, police officers, lawyers and attorneys. It will also be of interest to those involved in the socio-cultural and historical aspects of drug use and misuse, including teachers, journalists and politicians. In a helpful structured form the handbook offers user-friendly and trustworthy information concerning classes of psychoactive substances. Chapters explore psychoactive drugs as therapeutic tools, their benefits for medicine and research and the problems associated with their harmful use. Current developments, including the recent appearance of Novel Psychoactive Substances (NPS) and the associated political and cultural changes in recent years are also explored in the book.
Anderson offers systematic and accessible presentation of the theoretical foundations of higher mental processes, with each important idea made concrete by specific examples and experiments. Focusing on knowledge representation as the central issue of cognition research, the book emphasizes an information processing approach to the field, but offers thorough coverage of the cognitive neuroscience approach as well (extensively updated for this edition). The Sixth Edition also features a new two-color design and an expanded art program, with new figures highlighting areas of the brain most closely associated with specific cognitive functions. The result is a lucid, integrated view of the current state of a dynamic field, from one of its most accomplished practitioners.
Author: David G. Myers, C. Nathan DeWall
Publisher: Worth Publishers
David Myers’ new partnership with coauthor C. Nathan DeWall matches two dedicated educators and scholars, each passionate about teaching psychological science through writing and interactive media. With this new edition of the #1 bestselling Psychology, Myers and DeWall take full advantage of what an integrated text/media learning combination can do. New features move students from reading the chapter to actively learning online: How Would You Know puts students in the role of scientific researcher and includes tutorials on key research design principles; Assess Your Strengths self-tests help students learn a little more about themselves, and include tips about nurturing key strengths. These and other innovations rest on the same foundations that have always distinguished a new David Myers edition—exhaustive updating (hundreds of new citations), captivating writing, and the merging of rigorous science with a broad human perspective that engages both the mind and heart. This edition of Psychology is accompanied by its own dedicated version of Worth Publishers’ breakthrough online course space, featuring a fully integrated e-Book, LearningCurve adaptive quizzing, a rich collection of student media resources, and easy setup, assessment, and course management options for instructors.
Phagocytosis of Dying Cells
Author: Dmitri V. Krysko, Peter Vandenabeele
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Phagocytosis has been at the forefront of cell biology for more than a century. Initially, phagocytosis, which comes from Greek words meaning “devouring cells,” was discovered in the late 19th century by Ilya Metchnikoff, who was awarded, together with Paul Ehrlich, the Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine in 1908 “in recognition of their work on immunity.” At that time Metchnikoff had already identified a function for phagocytes not only in host defense but also as scavengers of degenerating host cells during metamorphosis of tadpoles, thus providing one of the first descriptions of apoptotic cell clearance by macrophages (Kaufmann 2008). Since then, much has been learned about phagocytosis, and the previous several decades have witnessed outstanding progress in understanding the functions and the molecular mechanisms of phagocytosis. Two main types of targets are cleared by phagocytosis: microbial pathogens and dying cells. Rapid recognition and clearance of dying cells by phagocytes plays a pivotal role in development, maintenance of tissue homeostasis, control of immune responses, and resolution of inflammation. Clearance of dying cells can be divided into several stages, including sensing, r- ognition, binding and signaling, internalization, and immunological responses. In this book, our contributors address these different stages of dead cell cle- ance and examine how impaired clearance of dying cells may lead to human d- eases. We have attempted to provide sufficient cross-referencing and indexing to enable the reader to easily locate the ideas elaborated in the different chapters.
Patients with perianal diseases such as dermatitis do not just visit the dermatologist; they are seen by family doctors, internists, pediatricians, general surgeons, gynecologists, and urologists. This book is truly multi-disciplinary, introducing the surgical specialties to medical proctology and related fields. The procedures described allow effective management of both common and less common diseases, including all the secondary problems that may arise. With increasing travel and increasing immunosuppression, parasitic intestinal diseases are now seen in every type of practice. The standard diagnostic procedures described herein reduce costs in therapy. This new reference in proctology and perianal skin disease gives detailed descriptions of clinical features, laboratory diagnosis, and treatment strategies. It will empower a wide variety of physicians to manage these disorders more effectively.
Author: John B. Cobb, David Ray Griffin
Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press
This book offers an interpretation of the basic concepts of process philosophy and outlines a "process theology" based on it that will be especially useful for students of theology, teachers, ministers, and those interested in theological trends.
Author: William R. Miller, Alyssa A. Forcehimes, Allen Zweben
Publisher: Guilford Press
An indispensable practitioner reference and text, this engaging book focuses on how to provide effective help to clients with substance use disorders. The authors, leading authorities on addiction treatment, present a state-of-the-art framework for assessment and treatment (updated for DSM-5). They describe and illustrate evidence-based treatment methods, including cognitive-behavioral, 12-step, motivational, pharmacological, and family approaches. Also addressed are such crucial clinical issues as resistance, maintenance of change, treating co-occurring disorders, and spirituality. Reproducible clinical tools can be photocopied from the book or downloaded and printed in a convenient 8 1/2" x 11" size. Of special utility, the companion website features more than 25 widely used, ready-to-download assessment tools, assembled in one place for the first time, together with the authors' guidance for using them throughout the process of treatment.
Operationalized Psychodynamic Diagnosis (OPD) is a form of multiaxial diagnostic and classification system based on psychodynamic principles, analogous to those based on other principles such as DSM-IV and ICD-10. The OPD is based on five axes: I = experience of illness and prerequisites for treatment, II = interpersonal relations, III = conflict, IV = structure, and V = mental and psychosomatic disorders (in line with Chapter V (F) of the ICD-10). After an initial interview lasting 1–2 hours, the clinician (or researcher) can evaluate the patient’s psychodynamics according to these axes and enter them in the checklists and evaluation forms provided. The new version, OPD-2, has been developed from a purely diagnostic system to include a set of tools and procedures for treatment planning and for measuring change, as well as for determining the appropriate main focuses of treatment and developing appropriate treatment strategies.
The Treatment of Drinking Problems
Author: E. Jane Marshall, Keith Humphreys, David M. Ball
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
The Treatment of Drinking Problems has become the definitive text in the field of alcohol problems. It addresses the frontline realities of clinical practice in an informed and empathetic way, whilst grounding this approach in critical scientific review. Now in its fifth edition, the text has been thoroughly revised and updated with new sections covering interventions for hazardous and harmful drinking, dependent drinking, and the different settings in which alcohol problems are encountered. Clinical vignettes are used throughout the text to bring the discussion to life and to address the frontline realities of clinical practice. This is a highly readable and practical guide for anyone, generalist or specialist, treating or caring for someone with an alcohol problem.
Prevention of Substance Abuse
Author: Anneke Bühler, Christoph Kröger, European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction
Publisher: European Communities
The aim of this report is to assess the effectiveness of measures for the prevention of substance abuse drawing on high quality surveys including reviews and meta-analyses. Effectiveness, in this context, means impact in preventing, delaying or reducing children's and young people's consumption of tobacco and alcohol as well as cannabis and other illicit psychoactive substances. The study covers preventive measures that are both behavioral and environmental (i.e. based on consumption environment and context). It presents conclusions about the effectiveness of measures in a range of settings as well as substance-specific conclusions. The conclusions reported are rated according to the strength of the evidence on which they are based. Observations on gender-specific effectiveness, on negative consequences of addiction-prevention measures and on efficiency are also included. In addition, the theoretical background to effective measures is described and assessed.--Publisher's description.
This important work elucidates why relapse is so common for people recovering from addictive behavior problems--and what can be done to keep treatment on track. It provides an empirically supported framework for helping people with addictive behavior problems develop the skills to maintain their treatment goals, even in high-risk situations, and deal effectively with setbacks that occur. The expert contributors clearly identify the obstacles that arise in treating specific problem behaviors, review the factors that may trigger relapse at different stages of recovery, and present procedures for teaching effective cognitive and behavioral coping strategies.