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Substance Use Disorders and Addictions

Second Edition


September 2024 | 352 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
Based on current research and theory, Substance Use Disorders and Addictions, Second Edition examines co-occurring psychiatric disorders as the norm with substance use disorders and addictions. With more than 25 years of experience in the field as a clinician, a researcher, a program developer, and an instructor, Keith Morgen encourages a holistic approach to working with individuals, using three case examples throughout the text to encourage the sequential application of concepts to co-occurring disorders. The second edition includes coverage of the DSM-5-TR diagnostic criteria, the 4th edition ASAM Placement Criteria, and the 2024 CACREP and MPCAC Counseling Accreditation standards. This second edition comes with over 300 new and recent scholarly sources. Readers will benefit from this applied and cutting-edge introduction to the field.

 
Section I: ADDICTION AND THE BRAIN, AND THE INTRODUCTION TO THE CASE OF SAMANTHA
 
Substance Use Disorder and Addiction: Basic and Brief Psychopharmacological and Neuropsychological Review
 
Section II: COMPONENTS OF CLINICAL TREATMENT PLANNING
 
Interview, Screening, and Assessment
 
Diagnostic Issues: DSM-5 Overview for Substance-Related Disorders
 
Treatment Modalities and Client Placement
 
Section III: COMMON COUNSELING THEORIES APPLIED TO SUBSTANCE USE DISORDERS AND ADDICTIONS
 
Motivational Interviewing
 
Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy
 
Family Counseling Interventions
 
Existential Counseling
 
Section IV: RECOVERY SUPPORT AND COUNSELOR SUPERVISION
 
Recovery
 
Relapse Prevention Theories
 
Section V Review: Recover and Relapse Prevention Review
 
Substance Use Disorders and Addiction Counseling: Education, Graduate Program Accreditation, and Supervision

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“A very thorough and comprehensive book on substances of use, assessment, and treatment process and discusses several SUD treatment modalities and outlines many challenges that contribute to clients not getting good treatment. And challenges that need to be discussed further by professionals and leaders in all professions.”

Michele M. Waltz
Lower Columbia College
Pre-Revision Review

“Morgen's book is a comprehensive learning tool that addresses the various facets of substance use disorders and addiction.”

Nakpangi Thomas
Southern New Hampshire University
Pre-Revision Review

“This is a good textbook that addresses various models and definitions and approaches to working with substance use and substance use disorders. It is geared more towards counselors rather than psychologists but addresses a number of different treatments for substance use and evidence based approaches to treatment.”

Jonathan J. Hammersley
Western Illinois University
Pre-Revision Review
Key features

NEW TO THIS EDITION:
• New areas of consideration for clinical assessment, including post-traumatic growth, recovery capital, co-occurring pain, and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic/Long-COVID.
Two new cases, Debra and Warren, explore the issues of COVID-19, PTSD, and older adult treatment issues.
Two diagnostic paradigms for substance use disorders and addictions, the DSM-5-TR and the ICD-11, are compared and discussed. 
New and expanded content on social justice and cultural considerations, such as the care of older adults, LGBTQIA+ persons, and persons with disabilities. 
Additional consideration is given to treatment effectiveness for people in marginalized groups.
The disciplines of positive psychology and happiness studies are integrated in the chapter on recovery. 
Incorporates the most recent versions of the ACA code of ethics, the NAADAC/NCC AP code of ethics, 4th edition of the ASAM Placement Criteria, the 2024 CACREP counselor education accreditation standards, and the 2024 MPCAC counselor education accreditation standards.

KEY FEATURES: 
 • Three case examples run throughout the book to compare different treatment approaches and provide a realistic introduction to the complexities of co-occurring substance use, process addiction, and psychiatric disorders.
• Addresses older adult treatment issues across several chapters, including one of the case examples.
• The book flow follows the logical sequence of care from assessment through recovery management/relapse prevention.
• Chapter on counselor education compares the two counselor education accreditation bodies, CACREP and MPCAC, in regard to the education and training of the next generation of counseling professionals.
 

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