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Integrated Dual Disorders Treatment (IDDT)

Expanded and updated edition incorporates a decade of research

No single program has had a greater impact in the field of behavioral health for those suffering from severe mental illness and addiction than Integrated Dual Disorders Treatment (IDDT): Best Practices, Skills, and Resources for Successful Client Care by faculty from the Dartmouth Psychiatric Research Center.

IDDT

Integrated Dual Disorders Treatment
Best Practices, Skills, and Resources for Successful Client Care

3-ring binder with 352-page manual, 142 pp. loose sheets, and CD-ROM

Authors: Developed by Faculty from the Dartmouth Psychiatric Research Center

Publisher: Hazelden
Published: 2010

Online Price: $149 each

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Excerpts

Introduction to the New Edition

Integrated Treatment is Most Effective Approach
Researchers outline the central features of the most effective approach for treating co-occurring disorders.

Getting Family Members Involved in Client's Recovery
Many clinicians find it difficult to include family members in their clients' care. Here are some tips for getting families involved.

What Are Co-occurring Disorders?
Download a client handout from the new edition of IDDT.

Professional Development

Introduction to Integrated Dual Disorders Treatment

This 6-hour online course will help clinicians develop a thorough understanding of the skills required to integrate treatment, giving people with co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders the best chance of recovery.

An updated and expanded version of IDDT, now available from Hazelden, is redesigned not only to more effectively teach clinical skills and provide practitioners with resources and tools for their practice, but also to offer the guidance to administrators and supervisors necessary to align the work of departments and transform agencies into integrated treatment providers.

User-friendly package

This newly formatted, user-friendly package far surpasses its predecessors by

  • incorporating a decade of current, up-to-date research-the most comprehensive and best information available today in the field
  • providing topics of training and consultation in a unique chapter not found in other publications
  • identifying and developing the tasks necessary to ensure fully integrated treatment takes root and grows successfully in any organization
  • offering many reproducible forms, protocols, and handouts to facilitate practice implementation
  • addressing a wider array of issues and topics more comprehensively
  • using agency-friendly language to ensure practitioners, supervisors, clinical leadership, and other professionals will find the program approachable and easy to use

State-of-the-art instructional design provides practitioners all the materials needed for successful integration of these evidence-based practices. Created to stand on its own or to work hand-in-hand with training programs and curricula for assuring best practices in the treatment of severe mental illness, IDDT offers the tools necessary for professionals to work together in effectively serving clients across the continuum of care.

Chapter highlights

Here's a chapter overview, highlighting the features new to this edition of IDDT:

  • Chapters 1 and 2: Introduces the issue of co-occurring disorders and the importance of integrated care; provides an overview of the principle features of the IDDT treatment plan
  • Chapters 3 and 4: Lists program implementation tasks for administrators and lead clinicians
  • Chapters 5-10: Describes key procedures and skills for clinicians in integrated dual diagnosis treatment programs
  • Chapter 11: Lists and describes substance abuse counseling skills
  • Chapters 12-14: Includes new and expanded chapters on housing and supported employment, and detailed guidance on developing family psychoeducation sessions
  • Chapters 15-20: Includes new chapters on special populations, such as clients in the criminal justice system, and special issues, such as medications, and information on treatment trauma and physical health issues
  • Chapter 21: New chapter on training, consultation, and supervision  
 
Professional Development

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Focus on Integrated Treatment:
This webinar provides an overview of FIT and explains its role in providing the tools and training needed to become certified to treat clients with co-occurring disorders.
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