Anger Management Based Alcohol Treatment
  • Release Date : 30 November 2018
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Categories : Psychology
  • Pages : 324 pages
  • ISBN 13 : 9780128127100
  • ISBN 10 : 0128127104
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Synopsis : Anger Management Based Alcohol Treatment written by Kimberly Walitzer, published by Academic Press which was released on 30 November 2018. Download Anger Management Based Alcohol Treatment Books now! Available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Anger Management Based Alcohol Treatment: Integrated Therapy for Anger and Alcohol Use Disorder is an innovative, hands-on guide that introduces clinicians to research-based anger management skills for treating clients with alcohol use disorder. Research has demonstrated an important infl uence of anger-related emotions on drinking behavior and risk for relapse among individuals with drinking problems. This book will empower clinicians to address clients’ alcohol use and anger emotions through an effective blend of cognitive, relaxation, and sober coping skills. This combination of skills offers clinicians a concrete method for helping clients manage anger-related emotions and disconnect the anger–alcohol linkage, thereby improving clinical outcomes. The book also features useful ideas for client self-monitoring and accessible tools for evaluating progress in treatment. Three case studies are presented and followed to illustrate the full course of treatment. Practical therapeutic techniques are explained and demonstrated through clinical dialogue examples. This book is ideal for developing clinicians, for experienced clinicians looking to enhance skills, and as an instructional text in training programs. Empirically-based sobriety and anger management coping skills that are easily integrated Step-by-step guidance and useful tips for treatment implementation Reproducible handouts, forms, and assessment tools Brief reviews of empirical literature, research fi ndings, and suggested readings Three intensive case studies with detailed examples of clinical dialogue