4 edition of Cost-effective alternatives in alcoholism treatment found in the catalog.
Cost-effective alternatives in alcoholism treatment
Richard L. Greenstreet
Includes bibliographies and indexes.
|Statement||by Richard L. Greenstreet.|
|LC Classifications||RC565 .G695 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 286 p. :|
|Number of Pages||286|
|LC Control Number||88002129|
Get this from a library. Cost-effective alternatives in alcoholism treatment. [Richard L Greenstreet]. This relatively recent compilation of treatment methods for alcoholism is a well-researched summary of alternatives to the popular AA-style abstinence method.
The book has an agenda, as will any work on this subject--Ogilvie asks why, in a world where medical treatments are increasingly being tailored to fit the individual, treatment methods 3/5(4). Alternative Treatments of Alcohol and Drug Abuse: Safe, Effective and Affordable Approaches and How to Use Them, is filled with practical information about alternative treatments including: •herbals, vitamins and other natural supplements •whole body approaches •meditation and mi.
This book provides a framework for implementing a 21st century, effective, addiction treatment program. This non step practice guide is inspired by research evidence about best practices and what actually works.
The approach is humanistic and pragmatic and it facilitates natural recovery by empowering clients to make use of their innate Reviews: However, if you’re past acute alcohol withdrawal and you want to obliterate your psychological attachment to alcohol, this book can help you do it.
7) Control Alcohol Similar in its message to Allen Carr’s book, this book comes at the issue from a more modern angle and different sense of life. Many people believe that the only way to manage long-term Cost-effective alternatives in alcoholism treatment book is by entering a step program and attending regular meetings for the rest of their lives.
Truthfully, for thousands of people, the Alcoholics Anonymous program is an unbeatable formula that has proven very successful. However, at the same time, a significant number of people simply do not find AA to be a good fit.
These movies and books let me know I was not alone, that there were other people walking around who drank like I did. I distinctly remember reading my most favorite addiction memoir ever, Drinking: Cost-effective alternatives in alcoholism treatment book Love Story by Caroline Knapp, at age I would only read the book secretly in my room, out of fear that someone would see me reading it.
of Alcoholism Treatment Despite the lack of well-controlled and general-izable research on the efficacy and effectiveness of treatments for alcoholism, there is a vast litera-ture that describes and analyzes treatment effects.
The literature goes back as many years as alcohol-ism and alcohol abuse have been problems (see ). Whatever the motive for alcohol use, a pattern of excessive intake can result in the onset of alcoholism or clinical alcohol abuse.
Fortunately, there is a range of healthy alternatives to drinking. These alternatives address some of the main motivations for alcohol consumption and don’t lead to the use of any other mind-altering substance.
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However, considering that alcohol was a factor in 41 percent of U.S. traffic deaths in (Hingson and Winter ), and that the U.S.
economic costs related to alcohol use problems (not counting the costs of prevention and treatment) were about $ billion in (NIAAA ), cost-effective treatments. Conclusion. Anecdotally, people find that alcohol alternatives are very effective and can help an alcoholic to overcome their addiction.
Medical experts, however, often caution their patients that there is no researched-based evidence that can prove that these alternative methods truly work; what they do stress, however, is that these various rehabilitation facilities for alcoholics go well.
Information that compares the net medical cost of treatment for a person with alcohol problems with the treatment effect or effects is necessary for judging the desirability of support for such treatment and of insurance coverage for it.
This analysis of costs and effects furnishes “cost-effectiveness” data that can be used in decision making. J Subst Abuse Treat. ;8() Cost-effective alternatives in alcoholism treatment revisited.
Greenstreet RL. PMID: [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]. "The accomplished author team of Reid Hester and William Miller provides a comprehensive, results-based guide to alcohol treatment methods.
Along with the contributions of notable practitioners if the field, this text serves as an aid to graduate students and professionals. The authors stress the necessity of choosing different treatment protocols based on scientific research and a client's s: 1.
effective and cost-effective alternatives to in-patient alcoholism treatment. A review of this literature published in concluded that (1) inpatient alcoholism programs lasting 4 weeks to a few months showed no higher success rates than did periods of brief hospitalization for a few days; (2) some patients could be safely detoxified.
Get this from a library. Handbook of alcoholism treatment approaches: effective alternatives. [Reid K Hester; William R Miller;] -- "The accomplished author team of Reid Hester and William Miller provides a comprehensive, results-based guide to alcohol treatment methods.
Along with the contributions of notable practitioners if. A debate that started in the s remains an important one in the addiction field: is it possible to control problem drinking, or must the drinker give up alcohol completely.
Clinicians often find that patients who enter alcohol treatment for the first time say they would like to find ways to cut back on their drinking rather than abstaining.
"What we simply need is a nice bulldozer, so that we could level the entire industry and start from scratch," says Dr. Mark Willenbring, former director of treatment and recovery research at the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism and the founder of Alltyr, a center in St.
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The treatment plan is built around the problems that the patient brings into. These tests have shown some main alternative choices of alcoholism treatment to be just as effective as AA according to The US National Library of Medicine.
The number of different types of treatment and rehab center for alcohol is rising by the day, and there are now many alternatives. The approach is a cost-effective way of treating addiction, Eacott says, with better results than most competitors achieve. Aware comes into clients' homes and connects them with a.
the nature of the treatment. Detoxification In the context of the present report, detoxifica-tion is not an actual alcoholism treatment, because it is not designed to treat the underlying depend-ence on alcohol. However, medical intervention may be necessary to manage withdrawal from alcohol and may be necessary as the first step in a treatment.
National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism: “Alcohol Use Disorder: A Comparison Between DSM–IV and DSM–5,” “Treatment for Alcohol Problems: Finding and Getting Help. Evidence-based addiction treatments are valuable tools for beating addiction.
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Hester and William R. Miller, editors ISBN Reviewed by Marty N. The editors and authors of this Handbook of Alcoholism Treatment Approaches set themselves the task of comparing the variety of treatment approaches in the alcoholism field to see which ones are more effective than others.
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The word alternative does not imply less effective, as a matter of a fact, alternative alcoholism treatment that incorporates a biochemical approach similar to what I discuss on this site, is between 74 to 84 percent successful, compared to only or percent in traditional treatment.
Eleven of the most widely studied treatment approaches are covered in separate chapters, each written by an expert author or team in the modality. This is the most This is an absolutely indispensable resource for anyone working in the area of alcoholism treatment and research/5(1). Health care research today in addition increasingly addresses cost effectiveness, i.e., how much the cost of the therapy relative to its outcome compares with the cost and benefits of alternatives.
In the case of alcohol and drug abuse treatments, such research has been conducted (primarily in the case of alcoholism therapy). Addiction is a harmful, ongoing disorder that only gets worse over time without treatment.
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