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As I evaluate him for treatment and make my clinical and professional recommendations. The assessment will determine if Jay is in use, abuse, or addictive cycle, and will show if there are any co-occurring issues.
This assessment of Jay W. My assessment will involve an interview with Jay W. At such time I will then continue with appropriate treatment recommendations.
This paper is an overview of the chemical use, assessment, history and treatment recommendations of Jay W. This paper will give specific steps that are essential to be successful in the recovery process. The pregnancy was reportedly normal with no complications to the labor and delivery.
Jay reportedly excelled in school with needing very little effort to maintain a straight A report card even in the gifted and talented program. They described the drinking as experimental initially but they state they became excessively more concerned as he got older.
They all three began attending AA together but Jay dropped out after 3 months. Jay seems reluctant to treatment but agreed to come because his parents state they will not continue financing his college if he does not get help. Jay states that currently he drinks a 12 pack or more on the weekends.
He states that he does not believe his drinking is the issue with his grades in college. Jay does admit to blackouts, drinking more than he intends to, Jay says he can see this pattern of behavior in some of his friends that drink.
If he doesn't use the substance, he will experience withdrawal. Any efforts employed to cut down on drinking are unsuccessful. Dependency is a serious medical problem that requires time, diligence, and support to overcome.
Treatment placement decisions will be made based on findings from these evaluations. The evaluations will vary from client to client. Most alcohol abusers and alcoholics deny they have a problem.
As they develop dependence on alcohol, they also develop "blinders" --a defense system that allows them to ignore the problem. They want to blame their problems on something or someone else -- bad luck, a misunderstanding spouse, a supervisor who doesn't like them, etc. Recognizing and accepting that an alcohol problem exists is the first, crucial step toward solving the problem.
Alcohol abuse or dependence is a treatable illness, but successful treatment requires the active participation of the employee, a professional alcohol counselor, the employee's supervisor, and family members or friends. Treatment may involve one to four weeks of intense rehabilitation at an outpatient or inpatient treatment facility following by six to twelve months of "aftercare" consisting of periodic individual, group, or family counseling.
One key to successful treatment is admission of the problem and motivation to beat it. Relapse is a common occurrence after all addiction treatment, but the risk of relapse diminishes with the passage of time and continued abstinence.
The first relapse occurs most commonly during the first three months after completion of treatment. Recovery community calls it 90 meetings in 90 days. Remission of drinking problems without treatment is common as young drinkers mature and the lifestyle, stress, or other circumstances that prompted the drinking change.
The likelihood of spontaneous remission without treatment is relatively high among young men in their 20s, but relatively low among men in their 40s or older.Support needed to help nurses tackle substance abuse. according to a recent paper in the Journal of Clinical Nursing by Todd Monroe, which can include chemical dependency,” said Monroe.
Substance Abuse & The Family Notes- Dr. Kelledy Paper – one paper each person writes their own paper 8 pages long Due December 2 nd! The Disease Model is what we have to write about. Research everything you can find about the disease model. Treatment of chemical dependence (“addiction”) requires an understanding of its effects on the brain.
To guide research in the area of chemical dependence, . It is not intended to be used as a reference for educational research papers, nor is it a reflection of the services available through our Rehab Program in Thailand.
Dialectical Behavior Therapy Used for Chemical Dependency. This five course sequence is accredited by the Ohio Board of Chemical Dependency Professionals (OBCDP) as providing hours of chemical dependency specific education in nine different content areas required for the following OBCDP licenses: LCDC II, LCDC III, LICDC, LICDC-CS.
University of Michigan Alcohol Program and University of Michigan Alcohol Research Center, Department of Psychiatry, University of Michigan School of Medicine, Ann Arbor, Michigan Abstract-Five basic models of chemical dependency and their treatment implications are described.