Alcoholism: Analysis Of A World-wide Problem by P. GoldingAlcoholism: Analysis Of A World-wide Problem by P. Golding

Alcoholism: Analysis Of A World-wide Problem

byP. Golding

Paperback | January 11, 2012

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Title:Alcoholism: Analysis Of A World-wide ProblemFormat:PaperbackDimensions:546 pages, 23.5 × 15.5 × 0.17 inPublished:January 11, 2012Publisher:Springer NatureLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9400966091

ISBN - 13:9789400966093

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Table of Contents

1: Alcoholism - A World-Wide Problem.- 1 Alcoholism treatment in the United Kingdom.- 2 Alcoholism management in New Zealand.- 3 Dependencies in the Socialist Republic of Croatia.- 4 Alcoholism in Nigeria.- 5 Alcoholism in Sri Lanka - a general survey.- 6 Alcohol-drinking habits of the Israeli public.- 2: Alcoholism - Treatment.- 7 A continuum of care: treatment, training, prevention.- 8 The Henwood programme - treating the whole person.- 9 A social-psychological approach to alcohol use and abuse.- 10 Field-independence-dependence and levels of logical reasoning as predictors of programme completion in the treatment of alcoholism.- 11 Diagnosis and treatment of drinking problems in health centre patients suffering from anxiety states, phobias and psychosomatic symptoms.- 12 Is neuro-electric therapy of possible use in alcohol misuse?.- 13 Alcoholics as a problem of alcohol control policy.- 14 Impact of mandated alcohol abuse referrals on outpatient treatment agencies in New York State.- 15 Can we treat alcoholism?.- 16 Outreach - a spiritual prescription for success.- 3: Alcoholism - The Need For Self-Help.- 17 AA and the growing self-help movement.- 4: Alcoholism - Medical Aspects.- 18 The medical aspects of alcoholism.- 19 Mortality and alcoholism - the need for urgent detoxification.- 20 The family doctor as a scientist and friend of his alcohol-diseased patients.- 5: Alcoholism - Spiritual Aspects.- 21 Spiritual recovery: from addiction to freedom.- 22 The spiritual dynamics of recovery.- 23 A pastoral approach to the use of the 12 steps.- 24 A spiritual foundation.- 25 My involvement in an alcoholic treatment unit.- 6: Alcoholism - Psychological Aspects.- 26 Behaviour therapy training for social workers, psychologists and physicians working in the addiction field.- 27 Natal alcoholism and emotionality.- 28 Object relationships and substance use: self-object and alcoholism.- 7: Alcoholism - Special Groups.- 29 Alcoholism and doctors.- 30 Treatment of gay alcoholics - separate but equal.- 31 Chemical dependency within the university communities.- 32 Increasing awareness in young people of alcohol problems.- 8: Alcoholism and the Family.- 33 The need for 'recovery' of the whole family.- 34 Wives of alcoholics.- 35 Children of alcoholics: young-adolescent-adult.- 36 Experiences of the counselling unit for families with alcohol-related problems.- 37 Sexuality and the alcoholic family: effects of chemical dependence and co-dependence upon individual family members.- 38 Women's sexuality and alcoholism.- 9: Alcoholism and Industry.- 39 The history, the philosophy and the essential components of employee assistance programmes.- 40 A contemporary view of employee assistance.- 41 Alcohol problems at the workplace in the Federal Republic of Germany.- 42 Employee alcoholism programmes in Ireland.- 43 Employee assistance programmes and the treatment network: building an effective relationship.- 44 Unemployment and alcohol abuse.- 10: Alcoholism - Some Recent Research.- 45 Alcohol research and its implications for prevention and treatment.- 46 Drinking practices and their effect on sober cognitive performance.- 47 Attitudes towards drinking.- 48 Chronic alcoholism in a multidisciplinary clinic in a district general hospital.- 11: Alcoholism and Education.- 49 Alcohol education: does it really affect drinking problems?.