Screening and Assessment for People with Co-occurring Disorders
Part of Hazeldens Co occurring Disorders Program
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Screening and Assessment, part of Hazelden's Co-occurring Disorders Program (CDP) is a tool that offers an effective, protocol-driven evaluation method so that appropriate treatment options can be addressed with regard to each client's symptoms, disorders, and motivation to change.
Hazelden's bestselling program for addressing and treating co-occurring disorders is now better than ever! 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.
CDP is still extremely flexible and very easy to implement. Each piece of CDP can be used effectively as a stand-alone program. However, when the five components are used in conjunction with each other, they provide a proven-effective treatment protocol for your team.
Manualizes the most current research and field tested practices available
Provides everyone on your treatment team with the same tools at the same time
Help create a shared, respectful partnership with clients when developing a treatment plan
YOUR BEST VALUE Co-occurring Disorders Program: Complete CDP Program
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.
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Item: 7679 ISBN-13: 9781616495428 Publisher: Hazelden Published Year: 2011
Screening and Assessment, is a tool that offers an effective, protocol-driven evaluation method so that appropriate treatment options can be addressed with regard to each client's symptoms, disorders, and motivation to change.