Alcohol Problems in Intimate Relationships: Identification and Intervention
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Therapists in most settings are likely to see clients who are impacted by problems related to alcohol. Alcohol Problems in Intimate Relationships: Identification and Intervention discusses the impact and incidence of alcohol problems, screening for alcohol problems, and addressing alcohol-related problems both with and without the drinker present.
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- Alcohol Problems and Your Practice
- Screening and Problem Assessment
- Brief Interventions: Initial Decision-Making
- Elements of Brief Interventions: When the Drinker is Present
- Elements of Brief Interventions: When the Drinker is Not Present
- Longer-Term Approaches to Alcohol Problems
- Clinical Toolbox
- Identify the incidence of alcohol problems.
- Describe instruments used to screen for alcohol problems.
- Explain drawbacks to involving children in the treatment process.
- Describe the assessment of a family's coping strategies.