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  1. Stress, Trauma and Substance Use

    Edited by Brian E Bride, Samuel A MacMaster

    The editors of Stress, Trauma, and Substance Use have gathered a collection of innovative chapters written by cutting edge researchers that depict both the breadth of the relationships between stress, trauma, and substance use, as well as how closely these phenomena are all too often linked....

    Published February 23rd 2009 by Routledge

  2. Overcoming Problematic Alcohol and Drug Use

    A Guide for Beginning the Change Process

    By Jeremy M. Linton

    Overcoming Problematic Alcohol and Drug Use is a workbook for use with clients in treatment, informed by the most current research and literature in the substance abuse field. Offering a field-tested alternative to the disease model of addiction, the book introduces a six-session curriculum for...

    Published September 17th 2007 by Routledge

  3. Clinical Handbook of Co-existing Mental Health and Drug and Alcohol Problems

    Edited by Amanda Baker, Richard Velleman

    Co-existing mental health and drug and alcohol problems occur frequently in primary care and clinical settings. Despite this, health professionals rarely receive training in how to detect, assess and formulate interventions for co-existing problems and few clinical guidelines exist. This Handbook...

    Published January 18th 2007 by Routledge

  4. Heroin Addiction and The British System

    Volume II Treatment & Policy Responses

    Edited by Michael Gossop, John Strang

    The British system of dealing with drug addiction is notable for its flexibility and its capacity to adapt to changing circumstances. Because of this it has attracted considerable international interest, although it is rarely fully understood or accurately represented.Presenting a comprehensive...

    Published December 23rd 2004 by Routledge

  5. Illicit Drugs

    Use and Control

    By Adrian Barton

    Illicit drugs and their use are now, more than ever, a dominant concern of politicians, policy makers and the general public. Often, our understandings of the 'drug problem' tend to be uni-dimensional and based around particular areas of risk: drug related crime, dependency and ill-health....

    Published April 24th 2003 by Routledge

  6. Heroin Century

    By Tom Carnwath, Ian Smith

    Heroin is a drug that myths are made of. Whether smuggled in the stomach of a camel or used as the ultimate symbol of lifestyle chic, no drug has been more argued over and legislated against, no drug has been more subject to misinformation and moral panic.Heroin Century sets the record straight. It...

    Published March 21st 2002 by Routledge

  7. Drug Misuse and Motherhood

    Edited by Marcia Jackson, Hilary Klee, Suzan Lewis

    The growing use of illicit drugs among women has become a major concern for health professionals and social services. The reluctance of drug-using women to seek help from drug agencies and to disclose their use of drugs to ante-natal, midwifery and social services is now officially recognised by...

    Published November 29th 2001 by Routledge

  8. Bodybuilding, Drugs and Risk

    By Lee Monaghan

    Current popular interest in bodies, fitness, sport and active lifestyles, has made bodybuilding more visible and acceptable within mainstream society than ever before. However, the association between bodybuilding, drugs and risk has contributed to a negative image of an activity which many people...

    Published December 7th 2000 by Routledge

  9. Children of Addiction

    Edited by Hiram E. Fitzgerald, Barry M. Lester, Barry Zuckerman

    Children of Addiction reports important original research on the biological and psychological effects of addiction in children. The contributions are uniformly well written and reflect the larger social implications of the research undertaken. The book will be useful for a broad array of courses...

    Published September 20th 2000 by Routledge