Screening and Assessment

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Hagedorn 5/13/2008 MHS 6450 1 Screening & Assessing for Addictive Disorder Addictive Disorders W. Bryce Hagedorn, PhD, LMHC, NCC, MAC Part I – Definitions, Focus, & Goals The Screening and Assessment Process Screening The intentional focus on discovering if SA is a ______________________________________ problems Usually done during the ____________ interview When else might screening occur? ________________________________________ ________________________________________
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Hagedorn 5/13/2008 MHS 6450 2 Who Do We Screen Pregnant women Individuals involved in criminal justice system Patients in the Patients in the _________________________ Individuals involved with DSS or CPS _______________________ victims & perpetrators Individuals with ______, ______, ______, Who Do We Screen ________________________ Individuals presenting with mental health disorders Individuals experiencing unemployment, disabilities chronic health problem disabilities, chronic health problems Individuals who present with issues related to poverty and/or homelessness Individuals seeking drugs of abuse ________________________________ Why Do We Screen Client’s may attribute problems to _____________________________________ Client’s concerns ________________________ or issues re SA until trust develops ____________ may be inclined to attribute problem to something else SA and its related problems are everywhere It is the ________________________
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Hagedorn 5/13/2008 MHS 6450 3 What We Screen For ___________–just what it says ___________–use outside directives/legal limits ___________ – continued use despite negative consequences _______________ – compulsive use regardless of significant negative consequences How t o Begin The Goal – exploring the nature of the presenting problem with an ___________________________ of SA indicators Build – warmth, respect, positive Build _____________ warmth, respect, positive regard, and empathic understanding Begin with an area least likely to elicit resistance AOD usually ____________________this category How to Begin a Should be part of _____________ psychosocial history – leads to your increased comfort with asking a Gather Gather ____________________________ where possible a Assessing should include legal, medical, educational, occupational, psychiatric/ psychological, family, & treatment history
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Hagedorn 5/13/2008 MHS 6450 4 Information to Gather ____________, ____________, ____________, ____________, Concerns–either self or others Client’s view of use and related problems Predictors of SA problems Use by friends/peers, age of onset, family history, school/job problems, affective problems, ____________ _______________ Assessment The use of formal and informal tools to further establish whether SA is a problem (contributing or direct) in the client’s life Not a substitute for a thorough psycho social Not a substitute for a thorough psycho social assessment The Multi _________________ / Multi ___________________ approach Formal Assessment Instruments _____________–Substance Abuse Subtle Screening Inventory (SASSI A2) 1 page (15/5 minutes), 90%+ accuracy, accounts for minimization/lying _________–M ich igan Alcoholism Screening Test Assesses lifetime alcohol related problems and alcoholism, paper/pencil or interview format _________– Alcohol Use Inventory Most comprehensive (228q)
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Hagedorn 5/13/2008 MHS 6450 5 Additional Assessment Instruments _____________ – Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test Questions about consumption, dependence problems,
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This note was uploaded on 09/12/2011 for the course MHS 6450 taught by Professor Jones,k during the Summer '08 term at University of Central Florida.

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