By Matt G. Kushner, Robert Krueger, Brenda Frye, Jill Peterson (auth.), Sherry H. Stewart, Patricia J. Conrod (eds.)
"It takes my concerns away…it is helping me unwind while I’m tense…"
Those with an nervousness sickness are at to 5 occasions larger possibility of getting an alcohol or drug use illness than these with no an anxiousness illness. And even if anxiousness issues are one of the most typical co-occurring stipulations affecting individuals with substance concerns, mainstream equipment usually fail to regard either halves of the picture.
Anxiety and Substance Use problems: The Vicious Cycle of Comorbidity addresses this hole with dispatches from the frontlines of analysis and therapy. Thirty-four overseas specialists provide findings, theories, and intervention suggestions for this universal type of twin disease either throughout kinds of ingredients (alcohol, tobacco, road and prescribed drugs) and the variety of tension problems (PTSD, social phobia, panic sickness, OCD) to provide the reader complete wisdom in a realistic structure. educated through the reciprocal courting among the 2 forms of problems (such because the contributions of substance abuse to anxiety-related symptoms), the book:
- Brings jointly neurobiological, psychosocial, and cognitive views on its subject.
- Outlines theoretical versions of co-occurring nervousness and substance abuse, its epidemiology, and etiology.
- Offers up to date study findings at the nature, origins, and remedy of particular mixtures of substance use and anxiousness disorders.
- Presents targeted stories of rising unique therapy methods—including cognitive-behavioral, personality-based, and scientific interventions—with most recent information on their efficacy.
- Pinpoints destiny instructions in figuring out and treating the dually clinically determined.
This integrative strategy makes nervousness and Substance Use problems: The Vicious Cycle of Comorbidity a major source for all psychological wellbeing and fitness execs. it is going to additionally function a great scientific text.
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