You are here

Driving With Care:Education and Treatment of the Impaired Driving Offender-Strategies for Responsible Living
Share

Driving With Care:Education and Treatment of the Impaired Driving Offender-Strategies for Responsible Living
The Provider's Guide



December 2004 | 440 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).

 
Section I: Historical Perspective
 
Chapter 1: Scope of the Problem
 
Chapter 2: History of Impaired DWI Countermeasures and Legislation
 
Chapter 3: Causative and Interactive Factors of Impaired Driving
 
Chapter 4: Characteristics of the Driving While Impaired Offender
 
Chapter 5: Underaged Impaired Drivers
 
Chapter 6: The Hard-Core Impaired Driver and Repeat Offender
 
Chapter 7: Perspectives on a Process and Convergent Validation Model for the Assessment of Impaired Driving Offender
 
Chapter 8: Counter Measures, Intervention and Treatment Approaches and Outcomes
 
Chapter 9: Overview of Cognitive Behavioral Theory
 
Chapter 10: Issues of Culture and Diversity Related to Impaired Driving and its Intervention: Enhancing Provider Cultural Competence
 
Section II: The Education and Treatment Platform
 
Chapter 11: Conceptual Framework for the Education and Treatment of the Impaired Driving Offender
 
Chapter 12: Characteristics of the Effective DWI Provider and the Client-Provider Relationship
 
Chapter 13: Assessment of the Driving while Impaired Offender
 
Chapter 14: Operational Guidelines and Procedures for Driving with Care Education and Treatment Protocols
 
Section III: The Education and Treatment Curriculums
Introduction to the Education and Treatment Service Protocols

 
Overview

 
Structure of the Curriculum Manual (Section III)

 
Screeing of DWIO Clients into the Three Levels of Service

 
Introducing the Participant's Workbook

 
The Themes of the Education and Treatment Curriculum

 
Developing a Working Relationship with Clients

 
Resources for the Development of the Three Service Protocols

 
Alcohol, Other Drugs and Driving Safety Education: Level I Education

 
 
Overview and Introduction to Level I Education
Specific Goals and Objectives of Level I Education

 
Content Presentation and Delivery Strategies

 
Provider Skills and Service Strategies Needed for Level I Education

 
Completing Requirements and Expectations of Client

 
Driving with Care Inventory (DWCI)

 
Intake, Assessment and Orientation

 
Outline of Program Lessons

 
Lesson 1 Program Orientation: Developing a Working Relationship

 
Lesson 2 The Laws and Beyond the Laws

 
Lesson 3 Changing Our Thoughts, Beliefs and Actions: Learning Self-Control and Driving with Care

 
Lesson 4 Alcohol and Other Drugs: How Do the Facts and Ideas about Alcohol and Other Drugs Fit You?

 
Lesson 5 Understanding Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) Use and Problem Outcome Patters: How Do They Fit You?

 
Lesson 6 Preventing Recidivism and Relapse

 
Summary of Curriculum Guide for Level I Education

 
 
Alcohol, Other Drugs and Driving Safety Education: Level II Education
Overview and Introduction to Level II Education

 
Specific Goals and Objectives of Level II Education

 
Delivery Strategies and Content Presentation

 
Provider Skills and Service Strategies Needed for Level II Education and Therapy

 
Completion Requirements and Expectations of Clients

 
Intake and Assessment

 
Driving with Care Inventory (DWCI)

 
Outline of Program Lessons

 
Meeting Client Therapeutic Needs During Level II Education

 
Lesson 1 Program Orientation: Developing a Working Relationship

 
Lesson 2 The Laws and Beyond the Laws

 
Lesson 3 How Thinking, Attitudes and Beliefs Control Our Actions

 
Lesson 4 How Behavior is Learned and Changed: Learning Self-Control and Driving with Care

 
Lesson 5 Alcohol and Other Drugs: How Do the Facts and Ideas about Alcohol and Other Drugs Fit You?

 
Lesson 6: Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) Use Patters: How Do They Fit You?

 
Lesson 7: Problem Outcomes of Alcohol and Other Drug Use: Patterns of Misuse and Abuse - How Do They Fit You?

 
Lesson 8 Pathways to Relapse and Recidivism

 
Lesson 9 Process and Steps to Preventing Recidivism

 
Lesson 10 Preventing Relapse and Recidivism: Building Personal Values and Prosocial Attitudes and Behaviors and Driving with Care

 
Lesson 11 Preventing Relapse and Recidivism: Managing Stress and Emotions

 
Lesson 12 Preventing Relapse and Recidivism: Building Healthy Family, Intimate and Social Relationships

 
Program Closure: Closing the Program - Review and Reflection

 
 
Treatment of the Impaired Driving Offender: Level II Therapy
Overview and Introduction to Level II Therapy

 
Goals and Objectives of the Level II Treatment Protocol

 
Individualized Treatment Plan

 
Treatment Protocol Structure

 
Program Service Delivery Structure Options

 
Session Delivery Structure

 
Strategies for Session Content Presentation

 
Provider Service Deliver Skills Needed for Level II Therapy

 
Completion Requirements and Expectations of Clients

 
Intake and Assessment

 
Outline of DWC Therapy Sessions

 
Session 1 Introduction and Program Orientation I: Understanding and Engaging the Change Process

 
Session 2 Program Orientation II: In-Depth Assessment and Targets and Tools for Change - Your Master Profile and Your Master Assessment Plan

 
Session 3 Pathways to Alcohol and Other Drug Use Outcomes and Addiction

 
Session 4 Reviewing Your Program Outcome Symptoms and Patterns

 
Session 5 Managing AOD Cravings and Urges

 
Session 6 Skills in Self-Control: Recognizing and Changing Negative Thoughts and Negative Thinking

 
Session 7 Skills in Self-Control: Recognizing and Changing Errors in Thinking

 
Session 8 Skills in Self-Control: Managing Stress and Emotions

 
Session 9 Skills in Self-Control: Recognizing and Managing Anger

 
Session 10 Social and Relationship Skill Building: Learning Communication Tools and Skills

 
Session 11 Social and Relationship Skills Building: Starting a Conversation

 
Session 12 Social and Relationship Skills Building: Giving and Receiving Positive Reinforcement - Praise

 
Session 13 Social and Relationship Skills Building: Learning Problem Solving

 
Session 14 Social and Relationship Skills Building: Assertiveness Skill Development

 
Session 15 Social and Relationship Skills Building: Looking for High Risk Situations for Alcohol Use and Learning and Practicing Refusal Skills

 
Session 16 Social and Relationship Skills Building: Developing and Keeping Intimate and Close Rlationships

 
Session 17 Strengthening Recidivism and Relapse Prevention Skills

 
Session 18 Relapse and Recidivism Prevention: Your Relapse and Recidivism Prevention Plan and Lifestyle Balance

 
Session 19 Community Responsibility Skils: Strengthening Character and Prosocial Values and Behavior

 
Session 20 Community Responsibility Skills: Understanding and Practicing Empathy

 
Session 21 Community Responsibility Skills: Resolving Conflicts and Negotiation Skill Development

 
 
Extended DWC Therapy Sessions: Reflection and Review and the Therapy Projects
Project 1 Healthy Play and Leisure Time

 
Project 2 Does Your Work Match Your Job?

 
Project 3 Learning to Search for a Job

 
Project 4 Learning to Relax: Your Daily Relaxation Plan

 
Project 5 Preventing Relapse - What is Working Best?

 
Project 6 Preventing Recidivism - What is Working Best?

 
Project 7 Skills in Time Management and Completing Tasks

 
Project 8 Getting Support from Groups and Others

 
Project 9 Giving Support - Mentoring and Role Modeling

 
Project 10 Sharing Your Future Biography

 

Preview this book

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

David S. Timken

David S. Timken, Ph.D. has over 45 years experience in the traffic safety field. His specialty areas include the assessment , education and treatment of DWI offenders and he provides consultation, research and training. He is widely published and has presented numerous papers internationally as well as throughout the U.S. He holds membership in a number of professional organizations including the International Council of Alcohol, Drugs and Traffic Safety. Dr. Timken maintains a small clinical consultation practice. More About Author

Purchasing options

Please select a format:

ISBN: 9781412905961
$45.00