theories of interventions

theories of interventions - Part One Alcoholism and...

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Part One Alcoholism and Ideology Approaches to Treatment
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History 150 years ago Social/ Public/ Community Control Moral Character of drinker not Alcohol Prohibition Moral issue/ Down fall of Society/ Alcohol the demon Women in charge of education Depression Loss of Jobs/ Farms/ Taxes/ Cost of law enforcement Save jobs not souls Industrial Age Control/ Monitor/ Tax
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Alcoholism & Alcohol Abuse - Historical overview Governing Idea Policy/ Program Implication Moral weakness Public discipline church, jails Addictive poison that corrupts Prohibit sale and use of poison Illness affecting a minority Provide treatment for the ill Learned behavior due to bio- psycho-social factors, reinforced by a permissive environment Achieve behavioral change, Alter antecedents, behaviors, consequences. Alter the environment Deviant response to alienation Increase access to opportunity, promote better norms General drinking habits (public health model Regulate agent (alcohol); educate host (drinker); alter environment
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Present Medical Model Illness/ Physical Creditability Money Socio-psychological Social/ Access/ Lack of opportunity Victim Multiple issues Government
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Present contuined Social Learning Environment
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