Practicing Alcohol Moderation Pack
$334.95 inc GST $304.50 ex GST
This pack is a resource for all who overdrink or know people who struggle with their alcohol use. With these resources, a broad range of health care providers receive a step-by-step process on how to practice alcohol moderation, how to put tools into practice, case examples, and answers to the most commonly asked questions.
The Practicing Alcohol Moderation Pack includes:
Practicing Alcohol Moderation – Practicing Alcohol Moderation is designed to be used by clients of behavioral health care providers who have utilized The Clinician’s Guide to Alcohol Moderation. This groundbreaking workbook can be used on its own or in conjunction with therapy, and additionally as a resource for family members whose loved ones are struggling with alcohol. It gives transparent, easy-to-follow, research-based explanations with questionnaires, checklists, quizzes, and worksheets. Each chapter begins with a brief overview and is interspersed with exercises and client experiences, combining research-based information with practical self-assessments, tools, and questions to answer to practice alcohol moderation. Readers can take the Alcohol Moderation Assessment to determine their likelihood of success in practicing alcohol moderation. The book provides the resources to create a personalized Alcohol Moderation Plan and suggests ways to manage its success for clinicians and general audiences alike.
The Clinician’s Guide to Alcohol Moderation – The Clinician’s Guide to Alcohol Moderation examines alcohol use around the world and teaches a range of behavioral health care providers how to help clients practice alcohol moderation. Excavating the current treatments available for alcohol moderation, the book offers step-by-step processes of engaging clients and their families, self-assessments, and alcohol moderation tools. In addition to using it in conjunction with Practicing Alcohol Moderation: A Comprehensive Workbook, readers would benefit from the Alcohol Moderation Assessment which predicts who may be able to successfully drink in moderation as well as developing and monitoring an Alcohol Moderation Plan. The text uses recognized alcohol moderation resources throughout the world as well as real-life case studies to address typical clinician, client, and family member questions. It challenges the traditional recommendation that drinkers experiencing problems are “alcoholics.”
Clean & Sober: A Cognitive Behavioural Approach to Treating Drug and Alcohol Addiction – This book provides a rich source of material for drug/alcohol counsellors to start conversations with groups or individuals that will lead to exciting change in thinking, attitudes, and beliefs about lifestyles and behaviours. It targets traditional drug/alcohol treatment subjects like triggers and relapse prevention, plus anti-social aspects of substance abuse. This book meets the growing need for evidence based programs and is perfect for community-based treatment programs as well as rehabs or prison programs. Tackles crime-related aspects of drug/alcohol use as well as harm to others and society so that pro-social values can be reinforced. Includes material related to harm reduction to help clients who may still be using drugs/alcohol stay as safe as possible. Workbook is for use with both groups and individuals. 159 pages, spiral-bound.
The DBT Assignment Workbook – This workbook offers 50 worksheets that will help clients learn strategies to manage their emotions in constructive ways, instead of turning to overeating, alcohol abuse, practicing unsafe sex, overspending, lashing out in anger, or other harmful behaviours. The worksheets complement the content you and your clients cover during your appointment, by providing homework for them to do between sessions. This workbook is divided into techniques covering each of the four DBT skills: mindfulness, distress tolerance, emotion regulation, and interpersonal effectiveness. Each worksheet is written specifically for clients, in a manner that is practical, user-friendly, and easy to understand. While no single worksheet is effective for everyone, we are confident each client will discover techniques that inspire change.
Colorcards – Family Issues – This is a set of full colour cards showing 36 different issues illustrating diverse family life and experience. A collection of 36 cards designed to generate discussion covering thirty-six topics and issues faced by all or some family members. Each card provides the opportunity to tackle a different subject including: sibling rivalry; parental divorce; domestic violence; depression; elderly relative with dementia; drug addiction; alcoholism; child abuse; eating disorders; redundancy; and broken Heart. The cards have been divided into four specific groups – some being relevant to one, more or all of these highlighted areas: Relationships; Behaviour; Memorable Events; and Feelings and Emotions. The cards can be used in a number of arenas – from one to one conversation with therapists to general discussions to create awareness of significant moments and situations – for example in a PHSE setting.