COUNSELING THE ADDICTED FAMILY: Implications for Practioners 

by Stephanie Lusk, Ph.D.

ISBN: 978-0-9721642-9-0

 

soft cover,  lay flat binding, $63 plus S&H



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16 Chapters plus preface and epilogue

 

Preface - Lynch

 

Section I: Family Development and Dynamics

  1. The Family Process: Individual and Family Development - Lusk
  2. The development of Dysfunctional Families - Lusk

Section II: Models of Family Therapy

  1. The Rational for Family Therapy in Addictions - Lusk & Okoronkwo
  2. Psychodynamic Theories - Lusk
  3. Behavioral and Cognitive-Behavioral Theories - Dowden & Carter
  4. Solution-Focused Therapy - Booth & Jackson
  5. Family Systems Theories

Section III: Special Topics

  1. The Process of Assessment - Blalock, Bynum, Rogers, & Waldrum
  2. Co-Occurring Disorders - Lusk
  3. Counseling Culturally Diverse Families - Lusk & Smith-Light
  4. Women and Addiction - Webb, Fults-McMurtery, & Young
  5. Understanding Responsible Fatherhood in the Context of Modern Day Family Formations - Lynch & Rice
  6. Trauma, Domestic Violence and Abuse - Graves & Murray
  7. Nontraditional Addictions - Sims
  8. Callenges of Employment for Individuals with Substance Ues and Mental Health Disorders - Noon
  9. Ethics, Legal, and Professional Issues - Mitchell

Epilogue - Mehnert & Lynch

 



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