Alcohol Video #19 Individual treatment: an overview.

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How is treatment delivered to the individual with a substance use disorder? This video includes an overview of assessment of substance use disorders, developing a substance use history, modalities and some of the issues that come up in treatment.

 

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Alcohol Video #18. Treating Alcohol Use Disorders

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Alcohol #18. Treating alcohol use disorders

This video describes briefly some of the considerations when the client enters a drug or alcohol treatment program. How do people recover from alcoholism? What are the stages of change? Alcoholism is a chronic disease. How to screen for alcohol use disorders. Brief alcoholism interventions and when someone needs medical attention before entering a treatment program.

Dysfunction Changes the Family-Alcohol Video 17

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Alcoholism and other dysfunction change the functioning of the family. Some families develop specific roles for family members. People who grow up in a dysfunctional family may develop specific characteristics and are sometimes called “adult children of alcoholics.” Increasing their resiliency is important for people who have grown up in a dysfunctional family.

Effects of Alcohol Problems on the Family Video #16

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Alcoholism changes the family. Here are the ways in which families attempt to adjust to an alcohol problem.

Alcoholism or Severe Alcohol Use Disorder Video 15

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Once someone becomes an alcoholic there are changes in their thinking, feelings, and behaviors.

 

Learning About Alcohol Video 14 – How Alcoholism Develops

 

As someone moves towards alcoholism behavior changes. There is a behavioral look to alcoholism. How does the process of severe alcohol use disorder develop?Find video on Substance use disorders

Learning About Alcohol 13 Pregnancy and Other Physical Problems

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Alcohol affects sexual functioning and the unborn child. Alcohol affects the respiratory, skeletal, and nervous system and increases cancer risk. Alcohol results in organic brain disease, nerve, and muscle tissue damage as well as psychological changes. Alcohol interferes with sleep and memory. There are four different alcohol withdrawal syndromes.