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Created specifically for teens in treatment, this compelling video introduces young clients to strategies for staying sober while coping with a co-occurring (dual) disorder.

What is meant by dual diagnosis or co-occurring disorder? This video explains what these terms mean clinically and in practical matters. Clients and families will gain insight and receive helpful and hopeful instruction on the best methods for coping.

There's depression, then there's depression! Whether chronic or manic, whether stand-alone or co-occurring with other disorders or addictions, patients with depression can stabilize and lead fulfilling lives if they accept their condition and proactively address it

The best-selling series for addressing and treating cooccurring disorders is now better than ever and updated for DSM-5! With a beautiful new design, new titles that help you immediately find what you need, and reduced prices, this evidence-based program addresses issues that directly impact clients living with a substance use disorder and nonsevere mental illness. Extremely flexible and very easy to implement. Each piece of CDP can be used effectively as a stand-alone program. However, when the components are used in conjunction with each other, they provide a proven-effective treatment protocol for your team. Use each component of CDP on its own or together as part of a system of care. 1. SCREENING AND ASSESSMENT FOR PEOPLE WITH CO-OCCURRING DISORDERS - CURRICULUM #7679 2. INTEGRATING COMBINED THERAPIES FOR PEOPLE WITH CO-OCURRING DISORDERS - CURRICULUM #7680 3. COGNITIVE-BEHAVIORAL THERAPY FOR PEOPLE WITH CO-OCCURRING DISORDERS - CURRICULUM #7681 4. A LEADER'S GUIDE (192 pages) TO IMPLEMENTING INTEGRATED SERVICES FOR PEOPLE WITH CO-OCCURRING DISORDERS #7678 5. A GUIDE FOR LIVING WITH CO-OCCURRING DISORDERS: Help and Hope for Clients and Their Families - DVD #7677 6. MEDICATION MANAGEMENT FOR PEOPLE WITH CO-OCCURRING DISORDERS - CURRICULUM #7682 7. FAMILY PROGRAM: EDUCATION, SKILLS, AND THERAPY FOR FAMILIES OF PEOPLE WITH CO-OCCURRING DISORDERS #7681 * The complete package includes five curricula, a DVD, and A Leader's Guide to Implementing Integrated Services. Many of the curricula include a clinician's guide, as well as reproducible patient handouts, and clinician forms.

#9036/0410  CO-OCCURRING DISORDERS: Mental Health and Drugs
Designed primarily for clients who have a dual diagnosis and secondarily for those involved in the treatment of these disorders who need a deeper understanding of this common phenomenon. By first examining the mental illnesses that are part of a dual diagnosis (e.g., schizophrenia, bipolar, depression) and then showing how psychoactive drug use can aggravate or induce these illnesses, the video helps explain the relationship between the two conditions.

One out of three patients in addiction treatment has post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Now more than ever, treatment professionals require reliable and effective resources to address the needs of patients with substance use and post-traumatic stress disorders. Based on research funded by the National Institutes of Health, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for PTSD is an easy-to-implement, evidence-based program for the integrated treatment of co-occurring substance use and post-traumatic stress disorders.

Depressed? Let's have a drink ... Let's get high! Sounds like a normal reaction. It also sounds like a reaction that can lead to some long term difficulties. This video investigates how substance abuse and depression play off one another.

#1089/0110  DEPRESSION STRATEGIES TOOL BOX with Claudia Black
Focusing on the common pairing of addiction and depression, Claudia Black asks some tough questions and provides helpful answers to those in treatment. People who are addicted to things are usually depressed? Are they trying to rid themselves of depression by using? Understanding and breaking the cycle is critical to recovery. This new video/book/CD combination explains why treatment for both aspects is essential.

Since 1989, clients with severe co-occurring addiction and mental health disorders have found experience, strength, and hope through the Twelve Step group Double Trouble in Recovery (DTR). This new program helps you be an advocate for clients who wish to start and run a DTR self-help group. A fresh informative DVD takes professionals and peer leaders, step-by-step, through the process of starting and running a DTR group. The entire package includes: STARTING AND RUNNING A DOUBLE TROUBLE IN RECOVERY GROUP - DVD HOW TO START A 'DOUBLE TROUBLE IN RECOVERY' GROUP - Manual and CD-ROM with posters and reproducible handouts DOUBLE TROUBLE IN RECOVERY: BASIC GUIDE

Bipolar disorder itself is hard enough to deal with and treat, but when self-medication through the use of alcohol or other drugs is added the problems can get completely out of hand. This video describes exactly what bipolar disorder is and the dynamic of how alcohol and drugs affect a person with bipolar disorder. Also discusses treatments.

#12442/0795  GUIDE FOR LIVING WITH CO-OCCURRING DISORDERS: Help and Hope for Clients and their Families
This program provides patients and families with an educational overview of co-occurring disorders, offers interviews from people who have them, and discusses ways that patients can participate in treatment to better manage their recovery from both disorders. Included are dramatic vignettes, as well as professional narration, to show a comprehensive look at all the issues of recovery.

#9578/0290  NUMBING THE PAIN: Substance Abuse and Psychological Trauma
Based on the clinical training series TRAUMA AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE and intended for patient education, this video explores the function of substance abuse in trauma survivors' lives, and describes the challenges and benefits of therapy.

PTSD, or post traumatic stress disorder, may still be a point of contention in some therapeutic circles but recently has been recognized in most others for its diversity of causes as well as its severe and disabling symptoms. When substance abuse is also involved the results can be devastating.


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