3 edition of Determinants of relapse found in the catalog.
Determinants of relapse
G. Alan Marlatt
|Statement||G. Alan Marlatt and Judith R. Gordon.|
|Series||Technical report / Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Institute -- no. 78-07.|
|Contributions||Gordon, Judith R.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||78 p. :|
|Number of Pages||78|
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These high relapse rates appear to be relatively independent of the particular addictive disorder, the type of treatment intervention, or its guiding conceptual framework. Such findings force consideration of the determinants of relapse as a core problem in substance abuse research and by: P.H.
Wilson, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, Relapse prevention training involves the use of a set of procedures that are designed to minimize relapse following a psychological intervention.
Marlatt and Gordon () were responsible for developing a set of relapse prevention strategies for addictive disorders, but the approach has been extended to a. The purpose of this book is to try to meet that objective by including, in one volume, Iiterature reviews and theoretical analyses from a wide variety of drug researchers.
We chose the authors in an attempt to assure that each of the various Ievels of analysis appropriate to. IV: Determinants of Recovery from Substance Abuse Problems.- 10 Individual Differences in Response to Treatment.- 11 The Significance of Environmental Factors for the Design and the Evaluation of Alcohol Treatment Programs.- 12 Determinants of relapse book of Substance Abuse Relapse.- V: Summary.- 13 Toward a Biopsychosocial Theory of Substance : $ By Lisa Fortlouis Wood and G.
Marlatt, Published on 01/01/ Citation. Marlatt G. A., Friedman L. (Wood, L.F.)() Determinants of relapse: implications for Cited by: 3. relapse prevention, relapse determinants and the speci c interventional strategies. While it was Marlatt and Gordon’s book that stimulated correctional program development in the.
Relapse prevention is a core component of cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) for obsessive-compulsive disorder in youth. In this chapter, we outline the main techniques used in relapse prevention following a successful course of CBT and provide case examples to illustrate key strategies.
To the best of my knowledge, this is the only book of its kind in existence." --Cyril M. Franks, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus, Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology, Rutgers University " Principles and Practice of Relapse Prevention constitutes an important addition to the literature.
Relapse prevention (RP) is a cognitive-behavioral approach with the goal of identifying and preventing high-risk situations for relapse. In this article we summarize the major tenets of RP and the cognitive-behavioral model of relapse, including recent empirical support for hypothesized determinants of by: Lapse and Relapse for Substance Use Disorders 4.
Relapse and Recurrence for Psychiatric Disorders 5. Determinants of Lapse, Relapse or Recurrence 5. Effects of Lapse, Relapse or Recurrence 7. Chapter 2 Relapse Prevention Therapies 9. Treatment Models Incorporating RP Principles 9. Common Elements of RP Research Support for RP with Substance. Request PDF | Determinants of Relapse and the Rule Violation Effect in Predicting Safer Sex Goal Violations1 | Knowledge of the determinants of lapses into unsafe sex are important parts of HIV.
Relapse Prevention An Overview of Marlatt’s Cognitive-Behavioral Model Mary E. Larimer, Ph.D., Rebekka S. Palmer, and G. Alan Marlatt, Ph.D. Relapse prevention (RP) is an important component of alcoholism treatment.
The RP model proposed by Marlatt and Gordon suggests that both immediate determinants (e.g., high-riskFile Size: KB. With the recent increase in the scope of drug and alcohol problems has come an awareness of the need for solutions.
In this context, federal support for research on drug problems increased tremendously during the last 10 to 15 years with the establishment of the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) and the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA).
Includes bibliographical references and indexes Relapse prevention: theoretical rationale and overview of the model ; Situational determinants of relapse and skill-training interventions ; Cognitive factors in the relapse process ; Cognitive assessment and intervention procedures for relapse prevention ; Lifestyle modification / G.
Alan Marlatt -- Alcoholic relapse prevention and intervention Pages: ternal, unstable, and controllable, then the likelihood of a relapse is de-creased (Marlatt & Gordon, ). For example, if an individual views a lapse as an irreparable failure or due to chronic disease determinants, then the lapse is more likely to progress to a relapse (Miller, Westerberg, Harris,File Size: KB.
Examines relapse by integrating knowledge from the addictive disorders of alcoholism, smoking, and obesity.
Commonalities across these areas suggest at least 3 basic stages of behavior change: motivation and commitment, initial change, and maintenance. A distinction is made between lapse and relapse, with lapse referring to the process (slips or mistakes) that may or may not lead to an outcome Cited by: In contrast, several Abuse and Alcoholism grants R3A–AA–models of relapse that are based on This article presents one influential to G.
Alan Marlatt and 5RO1–social-cognitive or behavioral theories model of the antecedents of relapse and AA––03 to Mary E. ize relapse as a transitional pro- the treatment. DETERMINANTS OF HEALTH-RELATED BEHAVIOURS 97 respect to both alternatives (performing and not performing the behaviour).
An alternative approach is to phrase measures explicitly in terms of changes or differences (Weinstein, ). In some cases, it is more realistic to define more than two alternatives. For example, in a. Relapse prevention attempts to group the factors that contribute to relapse into two broad categories: immediate determinants and covert antecedents.
Immediate determinants are the environmental and emotional situations that are associated with relapse, including high-risk situations that threaten an individual’s sense of control, coping strategies, and outcome expectancies. Relapse prevention (RP) is an important component of alcoholism treatment.
The RP model proposed by Marlatt and Gordon suggests that both immediate determinants (e.g., high-risk situations, coping skills, outcome expectancies, and the abstinence violation effect) and covert antecedents (e.g., lifestyle factors and urges and cravings) can contribute to relapse.
relapse could ever encompass all individuals attempting all types of behavior change, a more thorough understanding of the critical determinants of relapse and underlying pro-cesses may provide added insight into the treatment and prevention of disorders susceptible to relapse.
Determinants of Relapse: This Is Now Intrapersonal DeterminantsFile Size: KB. Relapse Prevention With Sex Offenders 1st Edition by D. Richard Laws (Editor) out of 5 stars 2 ratings. ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important? ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book.
5/5(2). A good therapist can help identify your relapse determinants, which can be immediate (such as situations that serve as your triggers) or covert (such as stress and other lifestyle factors).
From there, you can work together to enhance coping skills, make lifestyle adjustments, and develop urge-management techniques, all of which can help you to 33%(3).