Drug Relapse Essays and Term Papers

  • Relapse Prevention

    Relapse Prevention ADC – 208 Case Management M.Reynolds   Relapse Prevention An addict/client must always realize and be aware that relapse is a distinct possibility which can happen to anyone who is or has ever been an abuser. Prevention from relapse is an ongoing process...

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  • Substance and Sexual Acts

    Running Head: SOUTH AFRICAN ADOLESCENTS’ SUBSTANCE AND SEXUAL ACTS Research Analysis Relapse Prevention: Aftercare Services to Chemically Addicted Adolescents Tia Slabaugh Millersville University http://content.ebscohost.com.navigator-millersville...

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  • Wtf Wth Wtb

    Asian Social Science December, 2009 Factors Effecting Drug Relapse in Malaysia: An Empirical Evidence Fauziah Ibrahim, PhD Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia E-mail: ifauziah@ukm.my Naresh Kumar, PhD Faculty of Economics and Management Universiti Putra...

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  • Relapse Factor

    Understanding Relapse Factor and View to Counseling Services among Drug Addicts in PUSPEN Abstract Issues in drug abuse are not new to our community in our county. In 1983, the government found that the drug problem is no longer just a social problem but it began to be seen as a threat to national...

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  • To Be Announced

    D.A.R.I. Drug and Alcohol Relapse Intervention Earl Presley The University of Mississippi Drugs and Alcohol have been around for ages. Our society as a whole has embraced the fact that drugs and alcohol have beneficial and potentially harmful side effects. We as the human race have...

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  • Treatment, and Relapse Strategies

     Prevention, Intervention, Treatment, and Relapse Strategies BSHS 431 August 13, 2012 Prevention, Intervention, Treatment, and Relapse Prevention Strategies Drug and Alcohol are powerful chronic addictions that have no mercy on individuals who have arrived at this stage of the disease...

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  • prevtion

    It is not possible to stress enough that relapse for the alcoholic/addict is a life and death question. Any relapse is a gamble with death. One or two drinks or drugs inevitably leads back to massive drinking/using within a short period. People who relapse can often die from accidents, overdose, suicide...

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  • Intervention, Treatment, and Relapse Prevention

    Intervention, treatment, and relapse prevention Heidi Russell BSHS 431 September 17, 2012 Michelle Thomas Intervention, treatment, and relapse prevention This writer interviewed and researched Aegis Medical Systems. Aegis Medical Systems specializes in drug-replacement therapy; a treatment...

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  • Contextual Conditioning of Drug Tolerance and Drug Addiction

    Contextual Conditioning of Drug Tolerance and Drug Addiction Research on the contextual conditioning of drug tolerance shows it is an important factor in understanding drug addiction in humans. Context is a way of noting that the likelihood of a behavior or response depends on certain conditions. Contextual...

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  • student

    FACTORS INFLUENCING RELAPSE AMONG PATIENTS WITH SCHIZOPHRENIA IN KAPKATET DISTRICT HOSPITAL KERICHO COUNTY EVANS KIPKURUI KANDIE TM-202-C006-0060/2013 A RESEARCH PROPOSALSUBMITTED IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENT FOR THE AWARD OF THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE...

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  • Drug Court Treatment Measures

    Drug Court Treatment Measures Client System Background Information Discovery Institute for Addictive Disorders is a private, nonprofit facility specializing in the treatment of the disease of addiction. The clients served at Discovery Institute have had one or more areas of their lives become...

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  • Addiction

    Addiction is a chronic, often relapsing brain disease that causes compulsive drug seeking and use, despite the consequences to the individual who is addicted and to those that are around him or her. Alt-hough the decision to take drugs are voluntary for most people, the brain changes that occur over time will...

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  • Describe two biological therapies for schizophrenia and then evaluate each in terms of effectiveness

    then evaluate each in terms of effectiveness (8 + 16 marks): One biological therapy is the use of typical anti-psychotic drugs, such as Chlorpromazine. The main aim of this drug is to treat schizophrenia by reducing the amount of dopamine in the brain. This is because high levels of dopamine are thought...

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  • Post-Traumatic Stress Paper

    with the dangers of the drug of abuse and the affect is can have on the person’s functioning. There are four different types of crises that a drug addicted person can go through. The first crises a drug- addicted person can go through are medical crises. Depending on the drug of abuse the addicted person...

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  • Effecivness of Alcohol and Drug Counseling

    Effectiveness of Alcohol and Drug Counseling Belyn Richards February 29, 2012 COM/172 Deidra Powell Effectiveness of Alcohol and Drug Counseling For most people who struggle with addiction deciding to make a change is the most difficult step for them. Making this change involves first, admitting...

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  • Drug Abuse and Addiction

    Drug Abuse and Addiction University of Phoenix Axia College Drug Abuse and Addiction Drug abuse is an ever-growing problem throughout America. The abuse of drugs is no longer limited to illicit drugs. Nowadays the abuse also extends to prescription drugs, over-the-counter drugs, and even household...

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  • My life a movie

    disease that is outside the control of the drinker. Brain Patterns May Help Predict Relapse Risk for Alcoholism Distinct patterns of brain activity are linked to greater rates of relapse among alcohol dependent patients in early recovery, a study has found. The research, supported...

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  • Recovering Addict in the Carrer as Substance Abuse Counselor

    RECOVERING ADDICTS IN THE FIELD OF SUBTANCE ABUSE COUSELING Is Substance Abuse Counseling a good career for a convicted felon and recovering drug addict? A person’s past mistakes in life can sometimes prevent that person from getting certain jobs later in life. With a prior criminal record some...

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  • Substance Dependence

    Substance Dependency Drug addiction or substance dependency is defined as the compulsive use of a substance to function normally, despite its negative or dangerous effects. Suddenly stopping the drug leads to symptoms of withdrawal. The exact cause of substance dependence is not known. Although, a person's...

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  • Relapse

    Relapse Factors and Warning Signs Relapse is usually caused by a combinations of factors. Some possible factors and warning signs might be: * Stopping medications on one’s own or against the advice of medical professionals * Hanging around old drinking haunts and drug using friends – slippery...

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