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by Eva M. Blum

Download Alcoholism Modern Psychological Approaches to Treatment ePub
  • ISBN 0875890059
  • ISBN13 978-0875890050
  • Language English
  • Author Eva M. Blum
  • Publisher Jossey-Bass Inc Pub (June 1, 1967)
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  • Category Medicine
  • Size ePub 1958 kb
  • Size Fb2 1369 kb
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A general overview of the types and methodology of the various treatments used in fighting alcoholism.

A perspective on treatment ; Unexamined factors in treatment ; Treatment defined and goals considered ; Whom are we treating? - p.

A perspective on treatment ; Unexamined factors in treatment ; Treatment defined and goals considered ; Whom are we treating? - pt. II. The treatment process : stages and hurdles. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. The SALIS Collection: Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs.

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3-Approaches to Alcoholism Treatment ● 27 within which such individuals function. In practice, this often means removing the alcoholic individual temporarily from his or her home and placing that individual in a new setting, such as an alcohol treatment facility.

Blum, E. and Blum, R. Alcoholism: Modern Psychological Approaches to Treatment. For a summary of an alcoholic treatment facility program, see Pittman, The Open Door: Sociology in an Alcoholism Treatment Facility

Blum, E. San Francisco, Jossey-Bass, 1967, p. 24. oogle Scholar. For a summary of an alcoholic treatment facility program, see Pittman, The Open Door: Sociology in an Alcoholism Treatment Facility. In Pittman, e. Alcoholism, op. ci. pp. 131–141.

Mack looks at alcoholism’s effects and problems as they are centered around the self and the social context. Khantzian, in direct opposition to Vaillant, presents a defense of traditional psychiatric treatment for alcoholism. 465 p. Chapter eBooks. Introduction: Alcohol Use, Alcoholism, and the Problems of Treatment Bean, Margaret H., Zinberg, Norman . . Dangers of Psychotherapy in the Treatment of Alcoholism Vaillant, George E. 377 downloads. Denial and the Psychological Complications of Alcoholism Bean, Margaret H. 457 downloads.

8 86 ALCOHOLISM TREATMENT QUARTERLY The next transpersonal stage and eight overall is the subtle and is referred to as the level . At this point, at the start of his existential crisis, he booked a session with me for counselling.

8 86 ALCOHOLISM TREATMENT QUARTERLY The next transpersonal stage and eight overall is the subtle and is referred to as the level of the saints (Wilber, 1986c). In certain traditions, such as Gnosticism and Hinduism, this is the stage of direct phenomenological apprehension of personal deity-form (Wilber, 1986a). Using Wilber s developmental spectrum, it was evident that the client was in a profound existential crisis of level six. He was working as a high school physical education teacher as well as being an assistant coach with a local university senior men s sports team.

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This book is a comprehensive, broadly encompassing bio-psychosocial treatise on the treatment of alcoholism and .

This book is a comprehensive, broadly encompassing bio-psychosocial treatise on the treatment of alcoholism and other addictions. Jerome D. Levin offers a novel approach in that he places Kohut's self psychology―and Kohut's specific contributions to the understanding and treatment of some addictions―at the center of the clinical as well as theoretical considerations.