Treatment approaches to alcohol problems
AbstractThis book is intended for planners, managers and providers of treatment for alcohol-related problems at the national, regional and local levels in the Member States of the WHO European Region. It provides an overview of effective approaches to treatment currently in use, the methods associated with these approaches and the available research evidence for their effectiveness and cost-effectiveness in eliminating or reducing alcohol problems.The book covers issues related to target client groups, goals, settings and staffing of different treatment approaches, as well as broader considerations of underlying treatment philosophy and theoretical foundations. It also addresses the role of coercion in treatment. It concludes with a model for a comprehensive treatment service and how such a service might be established.
Heather, Nick. (1995). Treatment approaches to alcohol problems. World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe. https://apps.who.int/iris/handle/10665/260558
WHO Regional Publications. European series; 65