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Integrated Dual Disorders Treatment Revised
Best Practices, Skills, and Resources for Successful Client Care
Bringing the most comprehensive research and information available today to the mental health field, the Dartmouth Psychiatric Research Center and Hazelden have redesigned the innovative Integrated Dual Disorders Treatment (IDDT) curriculum with the needs of organizations like yours in mind. Far surpassing its predecessor in ease of implementation and ongoing usability in clinical settings, this…
Manual with CD-ROM Bound in Back
Housing First Manual Revised
This step-by-step program provides a solid foundation for introducing the evidence-based Housing First approach--provide housing first, followed by supportive treatment services--into new locations and evolving existing programs into those based on the ideals of the Pathways Model to End Homelessness...
1 - Step by Step Manual
Desk Reference to the Diagnostic Criteria from DSM-5(TM)
The Desk Reference to the Diagnostic Criteria From DSM-5® is a concise, affordable companion to the ultimate psychiatric reference, DSM-5®. It includes the fully revised diagnostic classification, as well as all of the diagnostic criteria from DSM-5® in an easy-to-use paperback format.
4.5 x 6.7, Spiral, 443 pgs.
Illness Management and Recovery IMR Revised
Personalized Skills and Strategies for Those with Mental Illness
The core treatment and continuing care component of Hazelden's Severe Mental Illness Program, this comprehensive curriculum is designed to help those with severe mental illnesses identify personal recovery goals and develop self-management skills through education and training.
Implementing Evidence-Based Practices in Behavioral Health
In this innovative and reader-friendly guide, 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.
Updated for DSM-5