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From Treatment Lore to Theory Application: An Introduction to Addiction Theory and Practice - John R. Culbreth, Pamela S. Lassiter Treatment Lore Overview of Book Sections and Chapters Addiction Counseling Case Study Appendix A Historical Perspectives and the Moral Model - Pamela S. Lassiter, Michael S. Spivey Colonial Era (1492 - 1763) American Revolution & Young Republic (1763 - 1820s) Temperance Movement (1826 - 1919) Prohibition (1919 - 1933) World War II Era (1939 - 1945) Nixon Era (1969 - 1974) Carter Era (1977 - 1981) Reagan Era (1981 - 1989) The 1990s and 2000s Cultural Views of Addiction Basic Tenets of the Moral Model Strengths and Weaknesses of the Theory Influences on Social Policy Influences on Clinicians Case Study Responses Summary Biological Theory-Genetics and Brain Chemistry - Kathleen Brown-Rice, Regina Moro Overview of Empirical Research Findings on the Addictive Process Basic Tenets of the Theory Philosophical Underpinnings and Key Concepts of the Theory Addictive Substances How the Theoretical Approach is Utilized by Practitioners Assessment and Prevention Implications Strengths and Weaknesses of the Theory Case Study Response Summary Appendix Psychoanalytic Theory of Addiction - Leigh F. Holman Basic Tenets of the Theory Philosophical Underpinnings and Key Concepts of the Theory How the Theoretical Approach is Utilized by Practitioners Assessment and Prevention Implications Strengths and Weaknesses of the Theory Case Study Responses Summary Self-Psychology Theory: Addiction and the wounded self - Joseph B. Cooper Philosophical underpinnings and key concepts of the theory How the theoretical approach is utilized by practitioners Assessment and prevention implications Strengths and weaknesses Case Study Summary A Developmental Approach to Addiction Theory and Treatment - Amy Williams, Rick Gressard Common Elements of Developmental Theories Overview of Selected Developmental Theories Practitioner Uses and Applications to Addiction Counseling Applications and Implications for Prevention, Assessment, and Treatment of Substance Use Disorders Strengths and Weaknesses of Developmental Theories Case Study Responses Summary Attachment Theory - Leigh F. Holman, Rebecca G. Scherer Basic Tenets of the Theory Philosophical Underpinnings and Key Concepts of the Theory How the Theoretical Approach is Utilized by Practitioners Assessment and Prevention Implications Strengths and Weaknesses of the Theory Case Study Responses Summary Sociological Theory - Katie A. Lamberson Brief History of Sociological/Cultural Influences on Addiction, Including Differences Between the U.S. and Other Parts of the World Basic Tenets of the Theory Philosophical Underpinnings and Key Concepts of the Theory How the Theoretical Approach is Utilized by Practitioners Assessment and Prevention Implications Strengths and Weaknesses of the Theory Case Study Responses Summary Family Systems Theory - Simone F. Lambert, Heidi Unterberg, and Marsha Riggio Basic Tenets of the Theory Philosophical Underpinnings and Key Concepts of the Theory How the Theoretical Approach is Utilized by Practitioners Children and Adolescents Trauma Strengths and Weaknesses of the Theory Case Study Responses Summary Transtheoretical Model for Change - Daniel Gutierrez, Astra Czerny Basic Tenets of the Theory Philosophical Underpinnings and Key Concepts of the Theory How the Approach is Utilized by Practitioners Termination Counselor's Stance Assessment Implications Strengths and Weaknesses of the Theory Case Study Responses Summary Motivational Interviewing in the Treatment of Substance Abuse and Dependence - Todd Lewis Basic Tenets of Motivational Interviewing Philosophical Underpinnings and Key Concepts of the Theory Assessment and Prevention Implications Strengths and Weaknesses of the Theory Case Study Responses Summary Harm Reduction: Meeting Clients Where They Are - Regina R. Moro, Jana Burson Basic Tenets of the Theory Philosophical Underpinnings and Key Concepts of Harm Reduction How the Theoretical Approach is Utilized by Practitioners Assessment and Prevention Implications Strengths and Weaknesses of the Theory Case Study Responses Summary Cognitive Behavioral Approaches to Addiction Treatment - Ed Wahesh Basic Tenets of the Theory Philosophical Underpinnings and Key Concepts of the Theory How the Theoretical Approach is Utilized by Practitioners Assessment and Prevention Implications Strengths and Weaknesses of the Theory Case Study Responses Summary Twelve-Step Facilitation - Jeremy M. Linton Basic Tenets of the Theory Philosophical Underpinnings and Key Concepts of the Theory How the Theoretical Approach is Utilized by Practitioners Assessment and Prevention Implications Case Study Responses Summary Constructivist Approaches to Addiction Counseling: Feminist, Womanist, and Narrative Theories - Pamela S. Lassiter, Anneliese A. Singh Feminist and Womanist Theories of Addiction Counseling Narrative Approaches to Addiction Counseling Feminist Theory Case Study Response Womanist Theory Case Study Response Narrative Theory Case Study Response Summary Behavioral Addictions - Craig S. Cashwell, Paula J. Swindle Behavioral Addictions Cultural Issues in Behavioral Addictions Case Study Responses Summary Theory and Practice of Group Work with Addictions - Melanie M. Iarussi A Brief History of Group Work in Addictions Treatment Key Concepts and Theoretical Underpinnings of Group Work in Addiction Treatment Group Work in Practice Types of Group Treatment Strengths and Weaknesses of Group Work with Addictions Case Study Responses Approaches to Relapse Prevention - Amanda L. Giordano, Elliott S. Woehler Basic Tenets of Approaches to Relapse Prevention Philosophical Underpinnings and Key Concepts of Relapse Prevention How Approaches to Relapse Prevention are Utilized by Practitioners Assessment and Prevention Implications Strengths and Weaknesses of Approaches to Relapse Prevention Case Study Responses Summary Appendix A

About the Author

John Culbreth, PhD, is a leading national trainer in the field of clinical supervsion, who received superior evaluations for his workshops at the WAAODA Conference earlier this year. Dr. Culbreth is an assistant professor and coordinator of the community counseling program in the Department of Counseling at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. He received his doctorate in Counseling and Counselor Education from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro in 1996 and has held teaching positions at Pennsylvania State University and the University of Virginia. As a faculty member and researcher, Dr. Culbreth has specialized in issues of clinical supervision that are unique to the chemical dependency counseling field and the development process for new and experienced clinical supervisors. Dr. Culbreth's clinical experience includes work in treatment settings as a mental health counselor, chemical dependency treatment counselor, substance abuse prevention counselor, and in the school setting as a student assistance program coordinator and intervention counselor. He holds licenses as a professional counselor and as a chemical addiction specialist in North Carolina and is a Nationally Certified Counselor with Addiction Counselor and Clinical Supervisor pecialty certifications

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