A NEW DIRECTION: ALCOHOL AND OTHER DRUGS COLLECTION. A COGNITIVE-BEHAVIORAL THERAPY PROGRAM. 2ND EDITION

A NEW DIRECTION: ALCOHOL AND OTHER DRUGS COLLECTION. A COGNITIVE-BEHAVIORAL THERAPY PROGRAM. 2ND EDITION

Editorial:
HAZELDEN PUBLISHING
Año de edición:
Materia
Psiquiatría
ISBN:
978-1-61649-820-7
Páginas:
255
N. de edición:
2
Idioma:
Inglés
Disponibilidad:
Disponible en 2-3 semanas

Descuento:

-5%

Antes:

980,00 €

Despues:

931,00 €

Created in partnership with the Minnesota Department of Corrections, A New Direction (AND) is a flexible, evidence-based, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) curriculum that treats addiction in justice-involved clients and is proven to reduce recidivism. The updated and revised curriculum is divided into seven core topics, with all new companion videos and a Facilitator Guide to better serve clients.
This module, along with the Criminal and Addictive Thinking and Socialization modules, typically follows Introduction to Treatment. Justice-involved clients learn that substance use disorder is a chronic disease and recognize the negative effects addiction has on the body and all aspects of life. Clients learn they can choose to change and live freely in recovery. Includes 100 workbooks, companion DVD, facilitator guide, and flash drive containing reproducible materials and a variety of quality assurance tools.

Product features:
• Updated and Revised
The best-selling curriculum has been expanded and revised to present seven core topics in a positive, easy-to-understand way. New exercises include quick reviews and personal reflections to encourage behavior change.
• Easy to Understand
A New Direction uses a strengths-based instructional approach with inclusive language and Grade 6 readability.
• Easy to Understand
The best-selling curriculum uses a strengths-based instructional approach with inclusive language and Grade 6 readability.
• Flexible and Customizable
Build the treatment plan that meets your clients' specific needs. Implement the full collection with companion videos and the Facilitator Guide, or choose the modules that will most benefit each of your clients.
• Evidence Based
Participating in a substance use disorder treatment program significantly reduces recidivism in justice-involve clients, according to a study by the Minnesota Department of Corrections.