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Dual Diagnosis
An Integrated Approach to Treatment



November 2000 | 216 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
Dual Diagnosis presents a model that integrates theory and research from substance abuse and mental health as well as proposing simultaneous integrated treatment in a single setting. Building upon a solid theoretical and research foundation, the book discusses the unique problems and treatment methods tailored for specific mental illnesses when combined with substance abuse, including schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, major depression, major personality disorders and anxiety disorders.
 
Introduction
 
Issues and Problems with Dual Diagnosis
 
Assessment and Differential Diagnosis of Dual Disorders
 
Schizophrenia and Substance-Related Disorders
 
Depression and Substance-Related Disorders
 
Bipolar Disorders
 
Severe Personality Disorders
 
Anxiety Disorders and Substance-Related Disorders
 
Primary Substance Abuse Disorders
 
Conclusion and Treatment Grid

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ISBN: 9780761915584
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