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Criminal Conduct and Substance Abuse Treatment - The Provider's Guide

Criminal Conduct and Substance Abuse Treatment - The Provider's Guide
Strategies for Self-Improvement and Change; Pathways to Responsible Living

Second Edition

November 2007 | 392 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
The Provider's Guide (Criminal Conduct and Substance Abuse Treatment for Adolescents) identifies psychological, biological, and social factors that contribute to the onset of adolescent deviance, including substance abuse, delinquency, and crime.

Causal models for these problem behaviors are described, followed by a review of assessment and treatment protocols widely used in contemporary practice. Guidelines are provided for delivery of the 32- session PSD-C treatment curriculum, specifically designed for adolescents who manifest co-existing juvenile justice and substance abuse problems.

The PSD-C Provider's Guide explains how effective adolescent treatment derives from integration of the following evidence-based strategies: motivational enhancement; stages of change; gender and diversity proficiency; cognitive-behavioral skill development; relapse and recidivism prevention; differential assessment; and individualized treatment planning.

The Provider's Guide delineates principles for effective adolescent-focused treatment in tandem with the Participant's Workbook: Pathways to Self-Discovery and Change (PSD-C).

Overview of Second Edition  
Changes in the Workbook  
Treatment Changes and Enhancements  
How this Provider's Guide is Organized  
The Participant's Workbook  
Individualized Treatment Plan  
The SCC Provider  
Adjunct Provider's Guide for Women in Corrections  
Addressing Diversity  
Target Groups and Delivery Setting  
Effectiveness and Efficacy of SCC  
Distinguishing Between Self-Improvement and Change  
Chapter 1: Core Strategies and Conceptual Framework for Criminal Conduct and Substance Abuse Treatment
Chapter Outline  
Chapter Objectives  
Understanding Treatment, Psychotherapy and Counseling  
The Core Strategies of the Treatment Platform  
Program Conceptual Framework  
Chapter Review  
Chapter 2: The Therapeutic Relationship and Motivational Enhancement
Chapter Outline  
Chapter Objectives  
Efficacy of Psychosocial Therapies  
Common Determinants of Treatment Outcome  
Provider Skills in Integrating Education and Therapy  
Correctional-Therapeutic Partnership  
Profile of the Effective SA Judicial Client Provider  
Provider Cultural Competence: Capitalizing on Strengths of Diversity  
Chapter Review  
Chapter 3: Treatment Phases: Facilitating Learning, Growth and Change
Chapter Outline  
Chapter Objectives  
Traditional Theories of Learning  
A Dynamic Model for Learning and Growth  
The Stages of Change and teh SSC treatment Structure  
Fundamental Issues Regarding Learning and Change  
Chapter Review  
Chapter 4: Cognitive-Behavioral Approach as the Platform for Change
Chapter Outline  
Chapter Objectives  
Brief Summary of Historical Roots of CB Treatment  
Effectiveness of CBT  
CB Assumptions Underlying AOD Abuse and CC and thier Treatment  
Cognitive Structures that are the Focus of Treatment  
Cognitive Processes that are the Focus of Treatment  
Cognitive-Bahavioral Methods used in SSC  
Self-Efficacy: A Focal Issue in CB Treatment  
The Context of Change  
The Emotional Component of CBT  
The SSC CB Model for Change: The SSC Cognitive-Behavioral Map  
Chapter Review  
Chapter 5: Relapse and Recidivism Prevention
Chapter Outline  
Chapter Objectives  
Relaspe Prevention: A Major Paradigm Shift  
Addressing Recidivism Prevention  
Overview of Marlatt's Relapse Prevention Model  
The Relapse and Recidivism Model Used in SSC  
Chapter Review  
Chapter 6: The Assessment Structure , Process and Instrumentation
Chpater Outline  
Chapter Objectives  
Convergent Validation Model for Assessment  
Screening for SSC: Discerning Criminal Conduct and AOD Problems  
The Assessment Program: The PACE Index  
PACE Case Example Presentatiaon  
Client Self-Assessment During SSC  
Summary of a Pace and the Automated Pace Manager  
Chapter Review  
Chapter 7: Methods and Procedures for Effective Program Delivery
Chapter Outline  
Chapter Objectives  
Intake and Admission Procedures and Guidelines  
Program Agreements and Ground Rules: Expectations of Clients  
Expectations of Providers and Group Leaders  
Structure and Strategies of Program Delivery  
Phase and Program Closure Guidelines  
Removal of Client from Program  
Manual-Guided Delivery Principles for SSC  
Provider Knowledge and Skills Necessary for SSC Delivery  
Principals of Effective Group Leadership The Provider's Many Hats  
Re-Entry and Re-Integration  
Provider Skills Evaluation and Supervision  
Provider Qualifications  
Evaluating Sessions Delivery Efficacy  
Introduction to Section III
Goals and Objectives of SSC  
Key Topics of the Treatment Curriculum  
How Section III of this Provider's Guide is Organized  
Participant's Workbook  
Program Agreements and Ground Rules: Expectations of Clients  
Service Delivery Options and Approaches  
Intake and In-Depth Assessment  
Client Progress and Change Evaluation  
Orientation Sessions  
Introduction to Phase I  
Provider Goals and Objectives for Phase I  
Module 1: Orientation: How This Program Works
Session 1: Getting Started: How SSC Works and Developing Trust  
Session 2: Rules, Tools, and Targets for Chagne  
Module 2: Cognitive-Behavioral Approach to Chagne and Responsible Living
Session 3: How Our THinking, Attitudes and Beliefs Control our Actions  
Session 4: How Behavior is Learned and Changed  
Module 3: Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) use Patters and Outcomes
Session 5: Alcohol nad Other Drugs: How do the Facts Fit You?  
Session 6: Understanding Alcohol or Other Drug use Patterns: How do They Fit You?  
Session 7: AOD Impaired Control Cycles: Pathways to Problem Outcomes and Addiction  
Session 8: AOD Problem Outcomes- Patterns of Misuse and Abuse: How do They Fit You?  
Module 4: Understanding and Changing Criminal thinking and Bahaviors
Session 9: Prosocial, Antisocial and Criminal Thinking and Behavior  
Session 10: Thinking Errors and the Criminal Conduct Cycle  
Module 5: Sharing and Listening: Communication Pathyways to Self-Awareness and Other-Awareness
Session 11: Pathways to Self-Awareness: The Skills of Active Sharing  
Session 12: Pathways to Other-Awareness: The Skills of Active Listening  
Session 13: A Deeper Sharing of Your AOD Use and Emotions  
Session 14: A Deeper Sharing of Your Criminal Conduct History  
Module 6: Understanding and Preventing Relapse and Recidivism
Session 15: Pathways to Relapse and Recidivism  
Session 16: Pathways to Relapse and Recidivism Prevention  
Session 17: Managing Urges and Cravings and Learning Refusal Skills  
Module 7: Steps, Stages and Skills for Self-Improvement and Change
Session 18: Stages, Steps and Roadblocks to Chagne  
Session 19: Skills for Changing Thinking anf Beliefs  
Session 20: Plan for Change: Your Master Profile and Master Assessment Plan  
Phase I Closure: Looking Forward and Making a Commitment
Summary of Phase I  
Provider Skills and treatment Strategies of Phase II  
Provide Goals and Objectives for Phase II  
Focus on Positive Actions and Outcomes - The STEP Approach  
Preperation Session for Phase II  
Module 8: Mental Self-Control: Managing Thoughts and EMotions
Session 21: Practicing Mental Self-Control and Change Skills  
Session 22: Recognizing and Being Aware of nagative Thinking  
Session 23: Managing and Changing Negative Thinking and Beliefs  
Session 24: Recognizing and Changing Errors in Thinking  
Session 25: Understanding Stress: It's Causes and Roots  
Session 26: Managing Stress and Emotions  
Session 27: Managing and Regulating Anger  
Session 28: Managing Guilt and Depression and Increasing Positive Emotions  
Module 9: Social and Relationship Skills Building
Session 29: Strengthening Communication Skills  
Session 30: Starting a Difficult Conversation and Keeping it Going  
Session 31: Giving and Recieving Praise and Positive Reinforcement  
Session 32: Skills in Problem Solving  
Session 33: It's Your Right: developing Assertiveness Skills  
Session 34: managing Angerin Relationships- The Guilt-Anger Cycle  
Session 35: Developing and Keeping Close and Intimate Relationships  
Module 10: Skills in Social and Community Responsibility
Session 36: Strengthening Character adn Prosocial Attitudes and Behaviors  
Session 37: Understanding and Practicing Empathy  
Session 38: Understanding Agression, Abuse and Violence  
Session 39: Preventing Agression, Abuse and Violence  
Session 40: Settling Conflicts and Getting to a Win-Win  
Session 41: Values and Morals for Responsible Living - The Moral Dilemma  
Session 42: Giving to Community and Driving with Care  
Phase II Closure: Looking Forward and Taking Ownership
Summary of Phases I and II  
Provider Skills and Treatment Strategies for Phase III  
Provider Goals and Objectives of Phase III  
Preperation Session for Phase III  
Module 11: Relapse and Recidivism Prevention: Strategies for a Balanced Lifestyle
Session 43: Strengthening Your Relapse and Recidivism Prevention Skills  
Session 44: Strengthening Your Relapse and Recidivism Prevention Plan  
Session 45: Strengthening You R&R Prevention through Critical Reasoning  
Module 12: Strengthening Ownership of Change: Skills For a Healthy Lifestyle
Session 46: Managing Work, Job and Time  
Session 47: Healthy Play and Leisure Time  
Session 48: Relaxation Skills For a Healthy Lifestyle  
Session 49: Healthy Eating, Personal Care and Physical Activity  
Session 50: Recieving and Giving Support for Change and Responsible Living  
Phase III Closure: Continuing Your Journey of Responsible Living

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Kenneth Wayne Wanberg

Kenneth W. Wanberg, ThD, PhD, is a licensed psychologist in the State of Colorado and Director of the Center for Addictions Research and Evaluation, Inc. More About Author

Harvey B. Milkman

Harvey B. Milkman, PhD received his baccalaureate degree from City College of New York and his doctorate from Michigan State University. He is currently professor of psychology at Metropolitan State College of Denver. His doctoral research was conducted with William Frosch, MD, at Bellevue Psychiatric Hospital in New York City, on the User’s Drug of Choice. From 1980–1981, he completed a sabbatical exploration of addictive behavior in Africa, India, and Southeast Asia; in 1985 he was recipient of a Fulbright-Hays Lectureship award at the National University of Malaysia. He has represented the United States Information Agency as a... More About Author

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