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This new book offers professionals a practical guide to the psychological treatment of all substance abuse, including tobacco, alcohol, stimulant drugs, cannabis and opiates. It focuses on CBT interventions, which have the strongest evidence base for effectiveness in treating addictive disorders. Written by an author team highly experienced in the treatment of addiction, Applied Cognitive and Behavioural Approaches to the Treatment of Addiction will be accessible to a wide range of professionals, such as specialist nurses, drug counsellors and mental health graduate workers. The author team are all at the South London and Maudsley NHS Trust, UK. Content: Chapter 1 Introduction to CBT for Substance Use Problems (pages 1–20): Chapter 2 Cognitive and Motivational Theories of Addiction (pages 21–39): Chapter 3 Fundamentals of Treatment (pages 41–60): Chapter 4 Enhancing Motivation to Change (pages 61–73): Chapter 5 Assessment and Introducing CBT to Clients (pages 75–88): Chapter 6 Formulation (pages 89–97): Chapter 7 Introduction to Substance?Related Cognitions and Interventions (pages 99–111): Chapter 8 A Basic Framework for Working with Substance?Related Beliefs (pages 113–121): Chapter 9 Additional Techniques to Facilitate Cognitive Change (pages 123–139): Chapter 10 Behavioural Experiments (pages 141–148): Chapter 11 Behavioural Interventions (pages 149–175): Chapter 12 Working with Emotions (pages 177–190): Chapter 13 CBT and Pathways to Recovery (pages 191–209):
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