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Group Therapy with Alcoholics
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Group Therapy with Alcoholics
Outpatient and Inpatient Approaches


Volume: 40
Other Titles in:
Substance Abuse Counseling

September 1985 | 160 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
The authors focus on `hard-core' alcoholics who have not responded to the usual treatment programmes. Their approach attempts `to help clients convince themselves' of their problem. They look both at out-patient groups in-patient services.
 
PART ONE: OUTPATIENT GROUP TREATMENT
 
Why Groups for Alcoholics?
 
Forming Groups for Alcoholics
 
Interpersonal Insight in Long-Term Counseling Groups
 
Starting Long-Term Counseling Groups
 
Authority Crises in Long-Term Counseling Groups
 
Inclusion Phase in Long-Term Counseling Groups
 
Groups for Chronic Alcoholics
 
Groups for Motivation and Acceptance
 
One-Session and Short-Term Groups
 
PART TWO: THE USE OF INPATIENT GROUPS SERVICES
 
Objectives for Inpatient Group Services
 
Elements of an Inpatient Alcoholism Group Program
 
Entrance into the Program
 
Inpatient Services
 
Inpatient Treatment Services
 
Inpatient Educational Services
 
Pre- and Post-Discharge Services
 
Services to Families of Patients

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Baruch G. Levine

Virginia G. Gallogly

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ISBN: 9780803925045
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