Treating Concurrent Disorders

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Treating Concurrent Disorders

A Guide for Counsellors

Edited by W.J. Wayne Skinner

Format: Paperback

Understanding how co-occurring substance use and mental health problems relate to and affect each other can be challenging — how do they interact, and how can you help?

Treating Concurrent Disorders: A Guide for Counsellors gives you the information you need to offer effective, comprehensive care to this client population. Divided into three sections, covering assessment, practical applications, and tools and techniques, this guide includes topics such as:

  • concurrent disorders: past, present and future
  • identifying, understanding and treating concurrent disorders
  • providing specialized services to clients
  • improving existing services to better serve clients.

This practical guide prepares addiction and mental health professionals to understand the relationship between substance use and mental health problems, and offers an array of treatment options for different combinations of co-occurring problems. Treating Concurrent Disorders champions collaborative, integrative approaches, with the ultimate goal of achieving more responsive and effective client care.

About the editor

Wayne Skinner, MSW, RSW, is deputy clinical director of CAMH’s Ambulatory Care and Structured Treatment Program, where he heads the Problem Gambling Institute of Ontario. He teaches in the Department of Psychiatry and the Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work at the University of Toronto and is a member of the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers. He edited Treating Concurrent Disorders (2005) and co-authored A Family Guide to Concurrent Disorders (2007), Substance Abuse in Canada (2010) and Motivational Interviewing for Concurrent Disorders (2013).

This product is available in English only.
Ce produit est offert en anglais seulement.

Pages: 432 • Published: 2005 • ISBN: 9780888684998 (print) • Product Code: PM055

Ce produit est offert en anglais seulement.
This product is available in English only.

Pages : 432 • Publié : 2005 • ISBN : 9780888684998 (version imprimée) • Code de produit : PM055