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Assessment, Diagnosis, and Treatment

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tiffanyrober's version from 2016-12-16 06:47

Section 1

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What is client engagementProcess of motivation a person to actively engage in treatment or less intensive methods of reducing the harm cause by AOD
Emphasizes the freedom for the clients to make a choice to either genuinely participate in the treatment or resist it
-it starts wiht the first meeting
Think about: the space, tone, environment, verbal and non-verbal cues, your stuff
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Section 2

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WHen do you assess for alcohol and other drug use and process addictions
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Section 3

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What is motivational interviewingA client-centered, directive method for enhancing intrinsic motivation to change by exploring and resolving ambivalence
Focus on current behavior, thoughts, and feelings
Emphasis in empathy, respect, genuineness, unconditional positive regard, and congruence from the counselor
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Section 4

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4 principles of motivational interviewingempathy
develop discrepancy
roll with resistance
support self-efficacy
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Section 5

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what is ambivalancePeople with addictions often recognize the risks, costs, and harm involved in their behavior but are often attached and attracted to the addictive behavior
They want to do it and they don’t want to do it
They want to change and they don’t want to change
Ambivalence is normal; the counselor’s role is to evoke change talk
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Section 6

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3 change statement types for eliciting change talk Cognitive- Problem Recognition In what ways has your marijuana use been a problem for you?
Affective- Statements of Concern What worries you about your cocaine use?
Behavioral- Intentions to Act What would be the advantages of changing your drinking habits?
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Section 7

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tools to elicit change talkopen-ended questions
reflective listening
affirming and supportive statements
summarization
rating scales
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Section 8

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4 types of resistancearguing
interrupting
denying
ignoring
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Section 9

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stages of change (the cycle of change)precontemplation: no intention on changing behavior
contemplation: aware problem exists but with no commitment to action
preparation: intent on taking action to address the problem
action: active modification of behavior
maintenance: sustained change. new behavior replaces old.
relapse: fall back to old patterns of behavior.
upward spiral: learn from each relapse.
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Section 10

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settings of treatment and basics of eachtherapeutic communities
inpatient and residential treatment
partial hospitialization and day treatment
intensive outpatient and outpatient
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Section 11

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examples of alternative forms of treatmentyoga
art
music
meditation
wilderness experience
body work
acupunture
massage
nutrition
martial arts
exercise
gardening
pet therapy
hallucinogens
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