Driving With CARE®: Alcohol, Other Drugs, and Driving Safety Education Strategies for Responsible Living and Change: A Cognitive Behavioral Approach
The Participant's Workbook, Level II Education
- Anjali Nandi
- Kenneth W. Wanberg - Center for Addictions Research and Evaluation - CARE, Arvada, Colorado
- David S. Timken - Center for Impaired Driving Research and Evaluation
- Harvey B. Milkman - Metropolitan State College of Denver, USA
December 2019 | 256 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
Driving With Care by Anjali Nandi, Kenneth W. Wanberg, David. S. Timken, and Harvey B. Milkman is a three-level education / treatment program targets judicial clients who have been convicted of driving under the influence of alcohol and drugs. This second edition includes the following components:
- Provider's Guide: Offers guidelines for developing individualized treatment plans and implementing appropriate education and treatment curriculum protocol
- Participant's Workbook: Level I Education: Six-session, 12-hour DWI education program designed for first-time offenders
- Participant's Workbook: Level II Therapy: 21-session, 42-hour program designed for clients with higher levels of AOD disruption and psychosocial problems who need intervention over longer periods of time
- Participant's Workbook: Level II Education: 12-session, 24-hour education program for impaired driving offenders who have at least minimal indicators of past problems associated with AOD use or misuse and whose arrest blood-alcohol-content was at the impaired driving level
About the Program
What Do Mental Health Providers Get With the DWC Program?
- Comprehensive overview of cognitive behavioral treatment for impaired driving offenders
- Thorough review of theory and practice related to client evaluation
- Legal and cultural considerations
- Operational procedures for assessing and matching DWI offenders to appropriate levels of education and treatment services
- Guidelines for developing individualized treatment plans
What Will DWC Participants Learn?
- Change in behavior is made by changing their thoughts, attitudes and beliefs
- How to take an active part in the process with exercises, worksheets and group discussion
- Self-control over thinking and actions, responsible behavior towards others and the community
Lesson 1. Program Orientation: Developing a Working Relationship
Lesson 2. Alcohol and Other Drug-Impaired Driving: The Laws and Beyond the Laws
Lesson 3. How Our Thinking, Attitudes, and Beliefs Control Our Actions
Lesson 4. How Behavior is Learned and Changed: Learning Self-Control and Driving With Care
Lesson 5. Alcohol and Other Drugs: How Do the Facts and Ideas About Alcohol and Drugs Fit You?
Lesson 6. Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) Use Patterns: How Do They Fit You?
Lesson 7. Problem Outcomes of Alcohol or Other Drug Use: Patterns of Misuse and Abuse and How Do They Fit You?
Lesson 8. Pathways to Relapse and Recidivism
Lesson 9. The Process and Steps to Preventing Relapse and Recidivism
Lesson 10. Preventing Relapse and Recidivism: Building Personal Values and Prosocial Attitudes and Behaviors and Driving With Care
Lesson 11. Preventing Relapse and Recidivism: Managing Stress and Emotions
Lesson 12. Preventing Relapse and Recidivism: Building Healthy Family and Social Relationships
Closing Your Program: Review and Reflection