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Managing Negative Emotions Without Drinking: A Workbook of Effective Strategies
Stasiewicz, Paul R., Clara M. Bradizza, and Kim S. Slosman
Routledge / Softcover / 2018-01-01 / 1138215880
Addictions (Self Help) / Cognitive Therapy Approaches in Self Help
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Managing Negative Emotions Without Drinking is the ideal companion to Emotion Regulation Treatment of Alcohol Use Disorders. Each of the 12 individual weekly treatment sessions presents scientifically tested strategies for managing emotions without alcohol, including mindfulness practices, direct experiencing of emotion, and cognitive and behavioral skills to manage high-risk drinking situations and prevent relapse to alcohol use. The step-by-step exercises, user-friendly worksheets, and in-session and between-session skill practice help clients gain a basic understanding of the role that emotions play in harmful alcohol use and assist them in developing the skills needed to manage these emotions and cravings without alcohol.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements About the Authors 1. Introduction 2. Is This Treatment Right for You? 3. Session 1: About This Treatment 4. Session 2: Enhancing Motivation and Mindfulness 5. Session 3: High Risk Situations and Mindful Coping 6. Session 4: Drinking-related Thoughts, Coping with Urges and Cravings, and Cognitive Reappraisal 7. Session 5: Drink Refusal Skills and Managing Emotions with Actions 8. Session 6: Skill and Treatment Progress Review and Preparing for Direct Experiencing of Emotion 9. Session 7: Coping with a Lapse or Relapse and Direct Experiencing of Emotion 10. Session 8: Enhancing Social Support Networks and Direct Experiencing of Emotion 11. Session 9: Seemingly Irrelevant Decisions and Direct Experiencing of Emotion 12. Session 10: Progress Review, Stimulus Control Strategies, and Direct Experiencing of Emotion 13. Session 11: Relapse Prevention and Lifestyle Balance 14. Session 12: Accomplishments and Future Directions References

About the Authors

Paul R. Stasiewicz, PhD, is a licensed clinical psychologist as well as senior research scientist and director of the Addiction Treatment Services outpatient clinic at the State University of New York at Buffalo's Research Institute on Addictions. His research, funded by the National Institutes of Health, focuses on the development of novel behavioral therapies for alcohol use disorders.

Clara M. Bradizza, PhD, is a senior research scientist at the Research Institute on Addictions and a research scientist in the Department of Family Medicine at the State University of New York at Buffalo. Her research, funded by the NIH, includes the development of innovative affect-based interventions for both alcohol and smoking. Dr. Bradizza is a member of the University at Buffalo (UB) Institutional Review Board and is a grant reviewer at the National Institutes of Health.

Kim S. Slosman, MS, LMHC is a clinical research project director at the State University of New York at Buffalo with more than 20 years of clinical practice and supervision experience in mental health and addiction. She also has experience delivering manualized treatments and has served as a therapist on two previous clinical trials involving affect regulation training for substance-abusing clients.

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