CDP offers information and tools to help develop program policy, practice, and workforce resources to deliver the best care possible (in any setting) to all patients with co-occurring disorders. This evidence-based program includes resources for the full spectrum of stakeholders: program administrators, directors, doctors, psychologists, clinicians, patients, and family members. It is suitable for individual or group therapy, and residential or outpatient treatment, including intensive outpatient treatment settings.
Hazelden's Co-Occurring Disorders Program (CDP)
A Leader's Guide to Implementing Integrated Services: Contains complete instructions to help a mental health or addiction treatment organization's directors, board of directors, CEO, CFO, or other key agency leaders implement CDP.
Screening and Assessment: Helps clinicians evaluate patients with an effective protocol-driven method so that appropriate treatment options can be addressed with regard to each patient's symptoms, disorder, and motivation to change.
Integrating Combined Therapies: Combines motivational enhancement therapy (MET), cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), and Twelve Step facilitation (TSF) to engage, assist, and sustain change.
Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for People with Co-Occurring Disorders: Utilizes CBT to address psychiatric problems commonly found in addiction treatment settings, such as depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
Medication Management: Contains vital, current information on medication compliance, stigma, and other psychopharmacological issues, including ways to collaborate with the patient to prepare a medication plan and techniques to encourage a patient's adherence.
Family Program: Education, Skills and Therapy for Families: Uses illness self-management and communication exercises to help clinicians engage patients' family members in the healing process.
A Guide for Living with Co-occurring Disorders: 90-minute video that educates patients and families on the treatment of co-occurring disorders. It provides an educational overview of co-occurring disorders, shows interviews with people who have them, and discusses ways that patients can participate in treatment to better manage their recovery from both disorders.
Implementing Evidence-Based Practices in Behavioral Health: Leading researchers from the Dartmouth Psychiatric Research Center examine the implementation of evidence-based practices in behavioral health and offer practical strategies for bringing these practices into routine clinical settings. (196 page manual with 578 pages of resources)
Co-occurring Disorders Videos: Each topic-specific video includes information on a mental health disorder from the perspective of a real person, assuring your client that they are not alone and recovery is possible. (227 minutes of video)
All facilitator guides, client sessions, reproducible materials, and videos from the evidence-based program
Additional client education resources, including our most popular videos and fact sheets
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