6 edition of Couple Therapy for Alcoholism found in the catalog.
April 26, 1996
by The Guilford Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||210|
Alcohol behavioral couples therapy (ABCT) has the strongest empirical support of available couple-based approaches in the treatment of couples with alcohol and relationship problems, Cited by: 1. Addiction & compulsivity often enter couple therapy. "Mine" or "yours" obscure addiction that is "ours." Addiction’s shadow sabotages "logical" therapy. The therapist can .
The Gottman Method is an approach to couples therapy that includes an assessment of the relationshp and integrates research-based interventions based on the Sound Relationship . Therapist review: "This book is recommended to a person in a couple who is trying to save the marriage. It is supportive of the work that you may be doing in Discernment Counseling. I love this book .
Couples therapy has been developed and studied as an approach to treating married or cohabiting individuals seeking help for alcoholism or drug abuse, starting in the . Alcoholism and Marriage. Per an article in Alcoholism Clinical and Experimental Research, marriages where alcohol dependence is present in either partner are more likely to .
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Wise practitioners will add Behavioral Couple Therapy for Alcoholism book Therapy for Alcoholism and Drug Abuse to their libraries.
Wise clients will seek out the wise therapists who use it.", Bulletin of the Menninger /5(1). The book is solidly grounded in the core assumptions and knowledge base of cognitive-behavioral therapy as it has been applied to the treatment of alcoholism. It fills a void for Cited by: 8.
An Introduction to Behavioral Couples Therapy for Alcoholism and Drug Abuse A lcoholism and drug abuse have traditionally been viewed as individual problems best treated on an individual File Size: 2MB. Move toward wellness as individuals and as a couple The tools and interventions taught in this workshop are adapted from Gottman Method Couples Therapy to help develop a Couple.
This article also draws heavily from the book Behavioral Couples Therapy for Alcoholism and Drug Abuse, copyright by Guilford Press. This article also draws from “Behavioral Cited by: It has long been recognized that both partners in a couple are affected by addiction, even if only one person in the pair is addicted.
And research shows that couples. Alcohol-focused Behavioral Couple Therapy is a conjoint approa ch to alcohol treatment with a clear conceptual base and good empirical support for the efficacy of the treatment. An introduction to behavioral couples therapy for alcoholism and drug abuse --Engaging the couple: initial couple sessions --Building support for abstinence: the daily recovery contract.
Couple Therapy for Alcoholism by Phylis J. Wakefield,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(2). Once the couple has attained stability in abstinence and relationship adjustment, the partners and the therapist begin discussing plans for maintaining therapy gains after formal BCT is Cited by: This clearly-written, practical guide to behavioral couples therapy for addictive disorders will be useful to all addiction therapists.
Couple-based work is extremely useful in evaluation and treatment of substance abuse; combined with behavioral and coping skills training, it can greatly improve treatment outcomes. Read this book 5/5(3). Get this from a library.
Couple therapy for alcoholism: a cognitive-behavioral treatment manual. [Phylis J Wakefield;] -- Recent research in the treatment of alcoholism has shown that the. A new research effort assessed the benefit of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) for alcohol-dependent women.
The innovative research design also investigated if CBT was. An introduction to behavioral couples therapy for alcoholism and drug abuse -- Engaging the couple: initial couple sessions -- Building support for abstinence: the daily Pages: Couple Therapy (31) Crisis (69) Depression (64) Eating Disorders (16) Family Therapy (65) Jose Leite on Brief Interventions and Brief Therapies for Substance Abuse: Add your email to be notified about new book.
Behavioral Couples Therapy (BCT) Behavioral Couples Therapy is a form of behavior therapy that incorporates both the partner and the individual seeking help for alcohol or other drugs. The. Wise practitioners will add Behavioral Couples Therapy for Alcoholism and Drug Abuse to their libraries.
Wise clients will seek out the wise therapists who use it." Bulletin of Brand: Guilford Publications, Inc. Most studies of alcoholism treatment focus on the single issue of treatment success.
The unusual richness of the NIAAA data on drinking behavior, encompassing large and heterogeneous. Behavioral couples therapy (BCT) explicitly focuses on both substance use and relationship issues, and is readily compatible with step approaches.
Provided are all the materials /5. Cognitive-Behavioral Coping-Skills Therapy for Alcohol Dependence Current Status and Future Directions Richard Longabaugh, Ed.D., and Jon Morgenstern, Ph.D. Cognitive-behavioral. This article also draws heavily from the book, Behavioral Couples Therapy for Alcoholism and Drug Abuse (, Guilford Press).
This article also draws from the article, Cited by: This eminently practical guide presents an empirically supported approach for treating people with substance abuse problems and their spouses or domestic partners.
"Updating and expanding upon the highly acclaimed and widely adopted Clinical Handbook of Marital Therapy, this book is the comprehensive, authoritative guide to therapy with couples." "Organized for optimal clinical use, the book Pages: