Psychoactive drugs reach brain tissue by way of: Bloodstream
Lipid is another name for: Fat
To fully describe the effect of a drug, a range of doses is usually given from a dose so low that it
has no effect to one so high that : further increases in dose
Review for final
1. Define pharmacology and explain why substance abuse counselors should have a foundation of
knowledge in this area.
2. Name the five routes of drug administration and explain how each works.
7 -10 seconds
15 30 seco
Heroin is created by none of the above
What advantage(s) does methadone have over heroin as a maintenance drug E. A, B, and C are all
The most serious direct medical consequence of the continuous use of opiates is constipation
Many OTC cough-and-c
ASD Lesson 3 Quiz 3
The name of the research project upon which the developmental model of
recovery is based is
Family Recovery Research Project.
Families in Recovery: A Longitudinal Study.
Addiction Recovery Development Study.
Family Dynamics in Recov
ASD 220 Lesson 5 Writing assignment
Introduction Today I attended the Ladder for Success AA meeting the purpose for
attending this meeting was to observe and listen to each attendees journey to recovery
and how the addiction affected their families. The m
ASD 220 Lesson 6 Quiz
This quiz consists of 10 items with 5 points possible per item, for a total of 50 points.
Match the following statements to the appropriate stage of recovery.
Early Recovery Stage
Ongoing Recovery Stag
ASD Lesson 4 Quiz 4
1. The term environment in this model includes an assessment of all of the
the experiences of daily family life.
the consistency and predictability of order and chaos.
the feeling of safety or danger in the home.
The Alcoholic Family in Recovery
ASD 220 LESSON 3
Preface - Chapters 1-4
In the preface the authors give a brief history of who they are and their professional
background. The authors prepare us readers for what this book entails an
Part 1: Define each of the following terms. Write in complete sentences using your own words. Write a
minimum of two sentences defining each term (more if necessary) so that your instructor can assess
whether you clearly understand the concept. (4 points
NAADAC Ethical Principles
NAADACS twelve ethical principles are based on the twelve steps of Alcoholics Anonymous.
Typical of the principles that undergird addiction counseling are the following twelve principles within
the NAADAC Code of Ethics: 1) nondi
Change Plan Worksheet
What is the change or changes you want to make: Start going to the gym to lose 15lbs.
1. The most important reasons why I want to make this change are:
The most important reasons why she wants to make this change is to have mo
The main outcomes of HIV counseling and testing are risk reduction for both positive and negative
individuals, and linkage to care. All these aspects involve a series of decision making processes,
beginning with the decision to test, and leading to decisi
Barbiturates were used until the 1960s to combat symptoms of anxiety disorder, but proved too
addictive, even for those individuals with a legal prescription (Clayton, 2001, pg. 28). Barbiturates are
mostly used for medical reasons other than anxiety diso
Please answer the following four essay questions in Assignment 6. Identify any references that you may
use from your readings. Each answer is worth 20 pts.
Discuss the roles that family members may take in response to a parent who is abusing substances.
Scenario 1: Paul B. entered outpatient treatment two months ago for methamphetamine
addiction. You have not seen him since that time. One of the treatment strategies you agreed
upon was that Paul would attend Narcotics Anonymous meetings four times per we
Johnny RELAPSE PREVENTION PLANS
The Relapse Prevention Plan I am creating is for a 59 year- old man named Bob, who suffers from
depression and has a chronic history of drug abuse. Bob, has recently lost his wife of 28 years to cancer
and his drug abuse wa
Asd 102 lesson 8
Each factor in Yaloms 11 factors plays a part in group therapy. The three I chose to discuss are:
Installation of hope, universality and Altruism.
First, is installation of hope. Installation of hope is: Establishing a sense among group m
Therapeutic Alliance, is a relationship that a professional healthcare worker and or therapist and their
client have together. Therapeutic Alliance is a way for the therapist and his or her client to form a bond
and interact with one other, in hop
Asd 102 lesson 6 (4questions)
Addiction and substance abuse effect everyone in the home not just the one abusing drugs. So, when
there is a disruption with one family member, other members of the family react in hopes to go back to
overall family dynamics
I believe the most important thing I learned while watching the video inhalants, was that when a
person inhales an inhalant, the fumes or gases go directly to your brain causing anoxia, that is, lack of
oxygen to the brain which can cause seizure and deat