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Didactic Seminars

Residents participate with multidisciplinary post-graduate fellows (psychology, social work, nursing, and occupational therapy) in weekly seminars. The Seminar Series is organized by and led by our faculty member, John S. Baer, Ph.D, who is Research Associate Professor of Psychology at University of Washington and the Education Director for the VA Center of Excellence in Substance Abuse Treatment and Education at VA Puget Sound Health Care System. Dr. Baer is a nationally recognized expert in education and training in the field of addiction.

Topics and Readings:

Diagnosis – DSM-5

  • DSM-5, Substance-Related and Addictive Disorders, (2013). American Psychiatric Association, Retrieved from http://dsm.psychiatryonline.org/book.aspx?bookid=556
  • Agrawal, A., Heath, A.C., & Lynskey, M., (2011). DSM-IV to DSM-5; the impact of proposed revisions on diagnosis of alcohol use disorders. Addiction, 106, 1935-1943
  • Schuckit, M., (2013). Editor’s Corner: DSM-5---Ready or Not, Here It Comes, Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, pp 661-663.

Models and Theories of Addiction

  • Miller, W.R., & Hester, R. K., (1995). “Treatment for Alcohol Problems: Toward An Informed Eclecticism.” In: Hester, R.K, and Miller, W.R. Eds., Handbook of Alcoholism Treatment Approaches: Effective Alternatives, Second Edition, New York: Pergamon Press.
  • *Bickel, W.K. & Potenza, M.N. (2006). “Rethinking Substance Abuse: The Forest and Trees, Addiction as a Complex Self-Organizing System”.  In:  Miller, W.R. and Carroll, K.M. Eds., Rethinking Substance Abuse, What the Science Shows, and What We Should Do about It, Guilford Press, New York, Chpt 2, pp 8-21.
  • Robinson, Terry E. and Berridge, Kent C. (2008).  “The incentive sensitization theory of addiction: some current issues.”  Phil. Trans. R. Soc. 363, 3137-3146.

 Basic Pharmacology and Drug Effects (Joe Reoux, M.D.)

  • Paronis, Carol A., (2009).  “Principles of Drug Action: Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics”. Chapter 1,  In: Cohen, L.M., Collins, F.L., Jr., Yound, A.M., McChargue, D.E., Leffingwell, T.R., & Cook, K.L., Eds. Pharmacology and Treatment of Substance Abuse, New York, Routledge.
  • Koob, George F., (2009). “Neurobiology of Addiction”. Chapter 5. In: Cohen, L.M., Collins, F.L., Jr., Yound, A.M., McChargue, D.E., Leffingwell, T.R., & Cook, K.L., Eds. Pharmacology and Treatment of Substance Abuse, New York, Routledge


Epidemiology of Substance Abuse

  • Hilton, M. E., (1989). “What I would most like to Know--How Many Alcoholics are there in the United States?” British Journal of Addiction, 84, 459-460.
  • Anthony, J.C., Arria, A.M. (1999). "Epidemiology of Substance Abuse in Adulthood" Chp 3, In; Ott, P.J., Tarter, R.E., & Ammerman, R. T., Sourcebook on Substance Abuse; Etiology, Epidemiology, Assessment, and Treatment, Allyn and Bacon, Table 3.1, p 34 only.
  • Banta-Green, C., T. Ron Jackson, et al. (2009). “Drug Abuse Trends in the Seattle-King County Area, 2010.”  Proceeding of the Community Epidemiology Work Group.
    The NSDUH Report, 2007, Serious Psychological Distress and Substance Use Disorder among Veterans, November 1, 2007.
  • Degenhardt, Louisa, Wai Tat Chiu, Nancy Sampson, Ronald C. Kessler, and James C. Anthony, (2007). “Epidemiological patterns of extra-medical drug use in the United States: Evidence from the National Comorbidity Survey Replication, 2001-2003”. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 90, 210-223.
  • *ALCOHOL ALERT, 2006, National Epidemiologic Survey on Alcohol and Related Conditions
    U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, National Institutes of Health, National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, Number 70, October 2006.
  • *Bloomfield, K., Stockwell, T., Gmel, G., and Rehn, N., (2003). “International Comparisons of Alcohol Consumption” Alcohol Research & Health, Vol. 27, No. 1, pp 95-109.

 Psychiatric Diagnosis I 

  • Frances, A., First, M.B., and Pincus, H.A. (2000). Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fourth Edition, Text Revision (DSM-IV-tr). Schizophrenia and Other Psychotic Disorders, pp 297-343.
  • Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fourth Edition, (DSM-IV), Guidebook (1995), American Psychiatric Association, Schizophrenia and Other Psychotic Disorders, Chpt 11, pp 159-184.

Natural Change

  • DiClemente, Carlo C. (2006). Natural Change and the Troublesome Use of Substances: A Life-Course Perspective”, edited by Miller, William R and Carroll, Kathleen M.  In Rethinking Substance Abuse (pp 81-96), Chapter 6, New York: The Guilford Press.
  • Finney, J.W., Moos, R.H. & Timko, C., (1999). "The Course of Treated and Untreated Substance Use Disorders: Remission and Resolution, Relaspe and Mortality". In: Addictions: A Comprehensive Guidebook, Oxford University Press, Chapter 2, pgs. 30-49, edited by McCrady, B.S. & Epstein, E.E.
  • *Sobell, L. C., Sobell, M. B., Toneatto, T. &Toneatto, L., Gloria, I.,  (1993). “What Triggers the Resolution of Alcohol Problems Without Treatment?” Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 17(2), 217-224.
  • *Vaillant, George E. (2003). Research Report. “A 60-year follow-up of alcoholic men”. Addiction, 98, 1043-1051.
  • *Jacob, Theodore, et al (2005).  “Drinking Trajectories from Adolescence to the Mid-Forties
    among Alcohol Dependent Males”,  Alcohol Clin Exp Res, Vol 17, No 2, 1993:  pp 217-224.

 Psychiatric Diagnosis II

  • Frances, A., First, M.B., and Pincus, H.A. (2000).  Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fourth Edition, Text Revision (DSM-IV-tr),  Mood Disorders, pp345-428.
  • Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fourth Edition, (DSM-IV), Guidebook, (1995), American Psychiatric Association, Mood Disorders, Chpt 12, pp 193-235.

Etiologic Models

  • Sher, Kenneth J., Grekin, Emily R., and Williams, Natalie A. (2005). “The Development of
    Alcohol Use Disorders”. Annu. Rev. Clin. Psychol., 1:493-523.
  • *Deborah Hasin, Mark Hatzenbuehler, Rachel Waxman  (2006).   “Genetics of Substance Use
    Disorders”, edited by Miller, William R. and Carroll, Kathleen M. In Rethinking
     Substance Abuse (pp 61-77), Chapter 5, New York: The Guilford Press.
  • *Baer, John S., Sampson, Paul D., Barr, Helen M., Conner, Paul D., and Streissguth, Ann P. (2003).  “A 21-Year
    Longitudinal Analysis of the Effects of Prenatal Alcohol Exposure on Young Adult Drinking”.  Arch Gen Psychiatry. 2003;60:377-385.
  • *Morean, Meghan E. and Corbin, William R. (2010).  “Subjective Response to Alcohol:  A Critical Review of the Literature”.  Alcohol Clin Exp Res, Vol 34, No 3, 2010:  pp 385-395.
  • *Molina, Brooke S. G., Donovan, John E., and Belendiuk, Katherine A. (2010).  “Familial Loading for Alcoholism and Offspring Behavior:  Mediating and Moderating Influences”.  Alcohol Clin Exp Res, Vol 34, No 11, 2010:  1972-1984.
  • *Handley, Elizabeth D., et al. (2011).  “Do Executive and Reactive Disinhibition Mediate the Effects of Familial Substance Use Disorders on adolescent Externalizing Outcomes?” Journal of Abnormal Psychology, Vol 120, No. 3, 528-542.

 Racial & Gender Disparities in Addictions

  • Bentacourt, Joseph R, Green, Alexander R., Carrillo, J. Emilio and Ananeh-Firempong II,
    Owusu. (2003). “Defining Cultural Competence: A Practical Framework for Addressing Racial/Ethnic Disparities in Health and Health Care”. Public Health Reports, July-August, Volume 118, pp 293-302.
  • el-Guebaly, Nady. (2008). “Cross-Cultural Aspects of Addiction”, edited by Galanter,
    Marc and Kleber, Herbert D. In: Textbook of Substance Abuse Treatment, Fourth
    Edition, Chapter 4, pp 45-52.
  • Brady, Kathleen T. and Back, Sudie E. (2008) “Women and Addiction”, edited by Galanter, Marc and Kleber, Herbert D. In: Textbook of Substance Abuse Treatment, Fourth Edition,
    Chapter 39, pp 555-564.
  • Wagner, Fernando A. and Anthony, James C.  (2007). “Male-female differences in the risk of progression from first use to dependence upon cannabis, cocaine, and alcohol”,  Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 86 (2007) 191-198.
  • Mulia, Nina, Ye, Yu, Greenfield, Thomas K. and Zemore, Sarah E.  (2009)  “Disparities in Alcohol-Related Problems Among White, Black, and Hispanic Americans”,   Alcohol Clin Exp Res, Vol 33, No 4, 2009:  pp 654-662.

Treatment Seeking and Engagement

  • Kessler, Ronald C., et al, (2001). “Patterns and Predictors of Treatment Seeking After Onset of a Substance Use Disorder.”  Arch Gen Psychiatry, Vol. 58, Nov, 1065-1071.
  • Miller WR, Meyers RJ, and Tonigan JS, (1999). “Engaging the Unmotivated in Treatment for Alcohol Problems: A Comparison of Three Strategies for Intervention through Family Members.” Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, Vol. 67, No. 5, 688-697.
  • Keyes, K. M., et al, (2010).  “Stigma and Treatment for Alcohol Disorders in the United States.” Am J Epidemiol, Vol. 172, Nov, 1364-1372.
  • Moos, Rudolf H., and Moos, Bernice S., (2004).  “The interplay between help-seeking and alcohol-related outcomes:  divergent processes for professional treatment and self-help groups.” Drug and Alcohol Dependence, Vol. 75, (2004) 155-164.
  • *Sorensen, James L., et al, (2005). “Randomized Trial of Drug Abuse Treatment-Linkage Strategies.” Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, Vol. 73, No. 6, 1026-1035.
  • *Connors GJ, Walitzer KS, and Dermen KH, (2002). “Preparing Clients for Alcoholism Treatment: Effects on Treatment Participation and Outcomes.” Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, Vol. 70, No. 5, 1161-1169.

 

Self Help: 12-Step Programs and Alternatives

  • Alcoholics Anonymous, 4th Edition, Chapters 1-7 (pp 1-103).
    Nace, Edgar P., “The History of Alcoholics Anonymous and the Experiences of Patients”.In: M. Galanter and H.D. Kleber, Eds., Textbook of Substance Abuse Treatment, Fourth Edition, Washington, DC, American Psychiatric Publishing, 2008, Chapter 35, pp 499-509.
  • Moos, Rudolf H. and Timko, Christine., “Outcome Research on 12-Step and Other Self-Help Programs”. In: M. Galanter and H.D. Kleber, Eds., Textbook of Substance Abuse Treatment, Fourth Edition, Washington, DC, American Psychiatric Publishing, 2008, Chapter 36, pp 511-521.
  • *Workgroup on Substance Abuse Self-Help Organizations, “Self-help organizations for alcohol and drug problems: Towards evidence-based practice and policy”, February 2003.
  • *Kelly, John F., Stout, Robert L., Magill, Molly, Tonigan, J. Scott, and Pagano, Maria E. (2011). “Spirituality in Recovery: A Lagged Mediational Analysis of Alcoholics Anonymous” Principal Theoretical Mechanism of Behavior Change”,  Alcohol clin Exp Res, Vol 35, No 3, 2011: pp 1-10.
  • *McKellar, John, Stewart, Eric, and Humphreys (2003).  “Alcoholics Anonymous Involvement and Positive Alcohol-Related Outcomes:  Cause, Consequence, or Just a Correlate?  A Prospective 2-Year Study of 2,319 Alcohol-Dependent Men”.  Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 2003, Vol. 71, No. 2, 302-308.

 

Biological Markers of Alcohol and Drug Use (Andy Saxon, M.D.)

  • Substance Abuse Treatment ADVISORY News for the Treatment Field, 2006, The Role of Biomarkers in the Treatment of Alcohol Use Disorders, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Center for Substance Abuse Treatment, Sept 2006, Vol 5, Issue 4.
  • Wolff, K., Farrell, M., Marsden, J., Monteiro, MG., Ali, R., Welch, S., & Strang, J.,  (1999).  "A review of biological indicators of illicit drug use, practical considerations and clinical usefulness." Addictions, 94(9), 1279-1298.
  • Wurst, F.M. et al. (2005) “Emerging Biomarkers:  new Directions and Clinical Applications” Alcohol Clin Exp Res, Vol 29, No 3, 2005:  pp 465-473.

Detoxification (Joe Reoux, MD)

  • Norman S. Miller, MD, FASAM, & Steven S. Kipnis, MD, FACP (2006).  Detoxification and
    Substance Abuse Treatment, TIP 45 (Chpt. 3, pp23-45 & Chpt. 4, pp 47-104), Rockville, MD: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Substance Abuse and
    Mental Health Administration, Center for Substance Abuse Treatment.

Clinical Assessment

  • Greenfield, Shelly F and Hennessy, Grace. (2008).  “Assessment of the Patient”, edited by
    Galanter, Marc and Kleber, Herbert D. In: Textbook of Substance Abuse Treatment,
    Fourth Edition, Chapter 5, pp. 55-78.
  • Mee-Lee, David and Gastfriend, David R. (2008). “Patient Placement Criteria”, edited by
    Galanter, Marc and Kleber, Herbert D. In: Textbook of Substance Abuse Treatment,
    Fourth Edition, Chapter 6, pp. 79-91.
  • “Adult Patient Placement Criteria” (2001). In: ASAM PPC-2R; ASAM Patient Placement Criteria for the Treatment of Substance-Related Disorders, Second Edition-Revised, pp 25-33.
  • *U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, National Institutes of Health, NIAAA, Alcohol Alert, “Screening for Alcohol Use and Alcohol-Related Problems”, April 2005, Number 65.
  • *Babor, T. F., Steinberg, K., Anton, R., & Del Boca, F. (2000).  Talk is cheap: Measuring Drinking Outcomes in Clinical Trials.  Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 61, 55-63.

  Motivational Treatments

  • Miller, William R.  (2006).   “Motivational Factors in Addictive Behaviors”, edited by Miller,
    William R. and Carroll, Kathleen M. In Rethinking Substance Abuse (pp 134-150),
    Chapter 9, New York: The Guilford Press.
  • Lundahl, Brad & Burke, Brian L. (2009).  “The Effectiveness and Applicability of Motivational
    Interviewing:  A Practice-Friendly Review of Four Meta-Analyses”,  Journal of Clinical Psychology: in Session, Vol 65(11), 1232-1245.
  • *Tooley&Moyers (2012).  “Motivational Interviewing in Practice”,  edited by Walters and Rotgers. In Treating Substance Abuse Theory andTechnique: Third Edition  (pp 28-47), Chapter 2, New York:  The Guilford Press.

 Behavioral Therapies

  • Carroll, Kathleen M. and Rounsaville, Bruce J. (2006).   “Behavioral Therapies:  The Glass
    Would Be Half Full If Only We Had a Glass”, edited by Miller, William R. and Carroll,
    Kathleen M. In Rethinking Substance Abuse (pp 223-239), Chapter 14, New York: The
    Guilford Press.
  • Litt, Mark D., Kadden, Ronald M., and Stephens, Robert S. (2005). “Coping and Self-Efficacy
    in Marijuana Treatment: Results From the Marijuana Treatment Project”, Journal of
    Consulting and Clinical Psychology, Vol. 73, No. 6, 1015-1025.
  • *Tooley&Moyers (2012).  “Motivational Interviewing in Practice”,  edited by Walters and Rotgers. In Treating Substance Abuse Theory andTechnique: Third Edition  (pp 28-47), Chapter 2, New York:  The Guilford Press. 

Pharmacotherapy (Andy Saxon, M.D.)

  • Vocci, Frank J., Acri, Jane and Elkashef, Ahmed., (2005). “Medication Development for Addictive Disorders: The State of the Science.” Am J Psychiatry, 162:8, August 2005, pp 1432-1440.
  • *O’Brien, Charles P., (2005). “Anticraving Medications for Relapse Prevention: A Possible New Class of Psychoactive Medications.” Am J Psychiatry, 162:8, August 2005, pp 1423-1431.
  • Wilkins, Jeffery N., (2006). “Traditional Pharmacotherapy of Alcohol Dependence”, J Clin Psychiatry, 2006;67 (suppl 14), pp 14-22.
  • Anton, Raymond F., et al, (2006). “Combined Pharmacotherapies and Behavioral Interventions for Alcohol Dependence; The COMBINE Study: A Randomized Controlled Trial.” JAMA, May 3, 2006, Vol 295, No. 17, pp 2003-2017.
  • *O’Malley, Stephanie S. & Kosten, Thomas R., (2006).   “Pharmacotherapy of Addictive Disorders”, edited by Miller, William R. and Carroll, Kathleen M. In Rethinking Substance Abuse (pp 240-256), Chapter 15, New York: The Guilford Press.

 Treatment Outcomes

  • Miller W. R., Walters, S. T., & Bennett, M. E., (2001). “How Effective Is Alcoholism Treatment in the United States”, J Stud. Alcohol, 62:211-220.
  • Morgenstern, J., & McKay, J. R. (2007), “Rethinking the paradigms that inform behavioral treatment research for substance use disorders”, Addictions, 102, 1377-1389.
  • Miller, W. R. & Wilbourne, Paula L., (2002). “Mesa Grande: a methodological analysis of clinical trails of treatments for alcohol use disorders.”  Addiction, 97, 265-277.
  • Orford, Jim, et al. (2005). “The clients’ perspective on change during treatment for an alcohol problem: qualitative analysis of follow-up interviews in the UK Alcohol Treatment Trial”, Addiction, 101, 60-68.
  • *Project MATCH Research Group, “Matching Alcoholism Treatments to Client Heterogeneity: Project MATCH Posttreatment Drinking Outcomes”, J. Stud. Alcohol, 58:7-29, 199

 Measurement based care and VA QI Processes (Dan Kivlahan, PhD)

  • Uniform Mental Health Services in VA Medical Centers and Clinics. (2012). VHA Handbook 1160.01, Section 15, Substance Use Disorders (SUD), Department of Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration, Washington, DC 20420.
  • Manuel, J. K., Hagedorn, H. J., Finney J. W. (in press).  Implementing Evidence-based Psychosocial Treatment in Specialty Substance Use Disorder Care. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors.
  • McKay, J.R. (2011).  Measurement Based Care.  VA IOP Training Connecticut, March 28th, 2011.

Social Policy

  • United Nations: Office on Drugs and Crime. (2010). From coercion to cohesion: Treating drug dependence through health care, not punishment.
  • Wagenaar, Alexander C., Salois, Matthew J., & Komro, Kelli A. (2009).  “Effects of beverage alcohol Price and tax levels on drinking: a meta-analysis of 1003 estimates from 112 studies” Addiction, 104, 179-190.
  • Antalova, & Martinic. (2005) Beverage Alcohol Availability Controls
  • Musto, David F. (1996) “Alcohol in American History” Scientific American, April 1996, pp 78-83.
  • *Wagenaar, Alexander C., Tobler, Amy L., & Komro, Kelli A. (2010).  Effects of Alcohol Tax and Price Policies on Morbidity and Mortality:  A Systematic Review,  American Journal of Public Health, Nov; 100(11) 2270-8. Epub 2010 Sept. 23.
    * Musto, David F. (1991) “Opium, Cocaine and Marijuana in American History” Scientific American, July 1991, pp 40-47.

Pain Management

  • Vowles, Kevin E., & McCracken, Lance M.,  (2012). Comparing the role of psychological flexibility and traditional pain management coping strategies in chronic pain treatment outcomes, Substance Dependence and Co-Occurring Psychiatric Disorders, 16, 2-32.
  • McCracken, Lance M., & Eccleston, Chris. (2003). Coping or acceptance: what to do about chronic pain? Pain, 105, 197-204.
  • Haller, Deborah L., & Schnoll, Sidney, H., (2009). Pain in Patients with Substance Use Disorders, Behavior Research and Therapy, 48, 141-146.

Epidemiology and Treatment of Co-occurring PTSD and Substance Abuse

  • Bernhardt, A. (2009). Rising to the challenge of treating OEF/OIF Veterans with co-occurring PTSD and
     substance abuse. Smith College Studies in Social Work, 79, 344-367.
  • Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fourth Edition, (DSM-IV-TR). Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Acute Stress Disorder, pp. 463-472.
  • Boden, M.T., Kimberling, R., Jacobs-Lentz, J., Bowman, D., Weaver, C., Carney, D., Walser, R., Trafton, J.A. Seeking Safety treatment for male veterans with a substance use disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder symptomatology.  Addiction, 107, 578-586.
  • Cacciola, J.S., Koppenhaver, J.M., Alterman, A.I., & McKay, J. (2009). Posttraumatic stress disorder and other psychopathology in substance abusing patients. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 101, 27-33.
  • * Najavits, L.M. (2002). Overview: PTSD and Substance Abuse. In Najavits, Seeking Safety (pp. 1-22). New York: Guilford Press.
  • *Hien, D.A., Huiping, J., Campbell, A. N., Mei-Chen H., Miele, G., Cohen, L.R., et al. (2010). Do treatment outcome in PTSD severity affect substance use outcomes? A secondary analysis from a
     randomized clinical trial in NIDA’s Clinical Trials Network. American Journal of Psychiatry,
    167, 95-101. 

Contingency Management

  • Hartzler, B., Lash, S. & Roll, J. (2012). Contingency management in substance abuse treatment: a structured review for the evidence of its transportability. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 122, 1-10.
  • Higgins, S. & Silverman, K. (2008). Contingency management. In Galanter, M. & Kleber, H., Textbook of substance abuse treatment, 4th Edition (pp. 387-99). New York: American Psychiatric Publishing.
  • Prendergast, M., Podus, D. , Finney, J., Greenwell, L. & Roll, J. (2006). Contingency management for treatment of substance abuse disorders: a meta-analysis. Addiction, 101, 1546-60.
  • *Rash, C., Olmstead, T. & Petry, N. (2009). Income does not affect response to contingency management treatments among community substance abuse treatment-seekers. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 104, 249-53.  

Harm Reduction

  • Podymow, Tiina, et al. (2006). “Shelter-based managed alcohol administration to chronically homeless people addicted to alcohol” CMJA, Vol 174(1) pp 45.
  • Larimer, Mary E., et al. (2009). “Health Care and Public service Use and Costs Before and After Provision of Housing for Chronically Homeless Persons With Severe Alcohol Problems”,  JAMA, Vol 301, No. 13. Jama.ama-assn.org 
  • Pearson, Carol, Montgomery, Ann Elizabeth, & Locke, Gretchen. (2009). “Housing Stability among Homeless Individuals with Serious Mental Illness participating in Housing First Programs”, Journal of Community Psychology, Vol 37, No. 3, 404-417.
  • Tatarsky, Andrew (2003). “Harm reduction psychotherapy:  Extending the reach of traditional substance use treatment” Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, Vol 25 pp 249-256.
  • Rogers, Susan J. & Ruefli, Terry. (2004). “Does harm reduction programming make a difference
    in the lives of highly marginalized, at-risk drug users?” Harm Reduction Journal 2004, 1:7.

Spirituality and Substance Abuse

  • Miller, William R. and Michael P. Bogenschutz. “Spirituality and Addiction”.  Southern Medical Journal. 100:4, April 2007. 433-436.
  • Pollitt, Michael J. (2003).  “The Spirit and Existential nature of Relapse in Chemically Dependent Patients”.  Chaplaincy Today, Vol 19, No 1, 2003.
  • Cook, Christopher C.H. (2004). “Addiction and Spirituality”. Society for the Study of Addiction.
    99, 539-551.
  • Shorkey, Clayton, Uebel, Michael, Windsor, Liliane C. (2008). “Measuring Dimensions of Spirituality in Chemical Dependence Treatment and Recovery:  Research and Practice”. Addiction 6:286-305.
  • *Hugelet, Philippe, et at. (2011) “A Randomized Trial of Spiritual Assessment of Outpatients With Schizophrenia: Patients’ and Clinicians’ Experience” ps.psychiatryonline.org January 2011 Vol. 62 No. 1
  • *Piedmont, Ralph L. (2004). “Spiritual Transcendence as a Predictor of Psychosocial Outcome
    From an Outpatient Substance Abuse Program”. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors,
    18:3, 213-222.

 Nicotine and Smoking Cessation

  • Benowitz, N.L. (2009). Pharmacology of nicotine: Addiction, smoking-induced disease, and therapeutics. Annual Review of Pharmacology and Toxicology, 49, 57-71.
  • Cook, J., Jakupcak, M., Rosenheck, R., Fontana, A., & McFall, M. (2009). Influence of PTSD symptom clusters on smoking status among help-seeking Iraq and Afghanistan veterans. Nicotine & Tobacco Research, 11(10), 1189-1195.
  • Kalman, D., Kim, S., DiGirolamo, G., Smelson, D., & Ziedonis, D. (2010). Addressing tobacco use disorder in smokers in early remission from alcohol dependence: The case for integrating smoking cessation services in substance use disorder treatment programs. Clinical Psychology Review, 30(1), 12-24.
  • Leventhal, A.M., Kahler, C.W., Ray, L.A., & Zimmerman, M. (2009). Refining the depression-nicotine dependence link: Patterns of depressive symptoms in psychiatric outpatients with current, past, and no history of nicotine dependence. Addictive Behaviors, 34, 297-303.
  • *Joseph, A.M., McFall, M., Saxon, A.J.,  Chow, B.K., Leskela, J., Dieperink, M.E., Carmody, T.P., & Beckham, J.C. (2012). Smoking intensity and severity of specific symptom clusters in posttraumatic stress disorder. Journal of Traumatic Stress, 25, 10-16.

  Final Integration

  • Miller, William R. and Carroll, Kathleen M. (2006).   “Drawing the Science Together:  Ten Principles, Ten Recommendations”, edited by Miller, William R. and Carroll, Kathleen M. In Rethinking Substance Abuse (pp 293-311), Chapter 14, New York: The Guilford Press.
 
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