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family guide to concurrent disorders

Caroline P. O"Grady

family guide to concurrent disorders

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Published by Centre for Addiction and Mental Health in [Toronto] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Dual diagnosis,
  • Dual diagnosis -- Patients -- Family relationships,
  • Dual diagnosis -- Treatment,
  • Toxicomanie et maladies mentales,
  • Toxicomanie et maladies mentales -- Patients -- Relations familiales,
  • Toxicomanie et maladies mentales -- Traitement

  • Edition Notes

    StatementCaroline P. O"Grady, W.J. Wayne Skinner.
    ContributionsSkinner W. J. Wayne, 1949-, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC564.68 .O37 2007
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[x], 210 p. :
    Number of Pages210
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17017236M
    ISBN 100888686285
    ISBN 109780888686282
    LC Control Number2008411909

    Concurrent Disorders #ˇ $ˇ% & ’ˆ$ˇ% # ˇ˛ mental health and substance use disorders for persons suffering from a concurrent disorder • the role of police and the criminal justice system in managing offenders with concurrent disorders • the impact of government policy aimed at inte-grating mental health and addiction services at.


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A Family Guide to Concurrent Disorders () was produced by Caroline P. O’Grady, RN, MN, PhD. And W.J. Wayne Skinner, MSW, RSW for the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) It defines the concept of concurrent disorders, looks at the impact on families, explores the treatment system, and talks about the journey to recovery.

This guide can help families to support their family member with concurrent disorders, and also to support themselves. Based on materials developed for a family education support group at CAMH, The Family Guide to Concurrent Disorders includes: • information about substance use problems, mental health problems and how they interactManufacturer: Centre for Addiction and Mental Health.

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discusses family involvement; gives guidance on how to explain concurrent disorders to children. This guide gives a thorough introduction to concurrent disorder treatment options, and sensitive and sound coping skills to help people with concurrent disorders -- and their families -.

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• Poorer treatment outcomes than if person has either a mental health disorder or a substance use disorder • Concurrent disorders affect many areas of a person’s life • People living with concurrent disorders are common in every treatment setting – they are the expectation not the exception.

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Faculty & School/Dept. Degrees. Bachelor of Science in Nursing - University of Toronto Toronto, Ontario. Other Research Outputs. O'Grady co-authored the book, "A Family Guide to Concurrent Disorders" () with Mr W.J. Wayne Skinner, Deputy Clinical Director, Ambulatory Care and Structured Treatment Programs, Addictions Service, The Centre for Addiction & Mental Health.

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