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Treatment curricula and programs

Hazelden is the leading publisher of evidence-based programs and curricula that address the specific needs of clients struggling with substance abuse and mental health issues.

Double Trouble in Recovery

Double Trouble in RecoveryDouble Trouble in Recovery (DTR) is a Twelve Step fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other so that they may solve their common problems and help others to recover from their particular addiction(s) and manage their mental disorder(s).

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Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for PTSD

Based on research funded by the National Institutes of Health, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for PTSD is an easy-to-implement, evidence-based program for the integrated treatment of co-occurring substance use and post-traumatic stress disorders.

A New Direction: Co-occurring Disorders
A New Direction:
Co-occurring Disorders

Up to 50 percent of inmates experience co-occurring disorders. Integrating treatment of mental health and substance abuse can reduce negative outcomes such as rearrest.

Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy
Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy Program (REBT)

The Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT) Learning Program is based on the principle that individuals can change their actions by changing their thinking patterns.

Understanding PTSD Hazelden Co-occurring Disorders Series

Provides clinicians with integrated, diagnosis-specific treatment. Each collection includes a DVD and a CD-ROM with a facilitator guide and patient workbook, video discussion questions, and a pamphlet. These materials are downloadable and reproducible.

Healing Trauma for Women and Exploring Trauma for Men: Healing Trauma Exploring TraumaBrief Interventions for Women and Men
By Stephanie Covignton

Exploring Trauma: A Brief Intervention for Men is a six-session brief intervention that was co-created by Dr. Stephanie Covington and Roberto Rodriguez. It addresses the unique issues that men have with trauma, including the silence that surrounds abuse, the impact of male socialization on men’s response to abuse, the risk of victims becoming abusers, and the need to understand fear and shame.

Healing Trauma: A Brief Intervention for Women is a six-session adaptation of the best-selling, evidence-based program Beyond Trauma: A Healing Journey for Women. Created by Dr. Stephanie S. Covington and Eileen M. Russo, it addresses the unique challenges that women with trauma face in a way that is both sensitive and understanding. Some topics include the process of trauma, power and abuse, grounding and self-soothing skills, and healthy relationships.


Living in Balance Hazelden Living in Balance

Living in Balance is an evidence-based program that draws from cognitive, behavioral, and experiential treatment approaches with a strong emphasis on relapse prevention. The program uses didactic education and instruction, written exercises, group process interaction through role-plays and discussion, relaxation and visualization exercises, and group-oriented recreational therapy exercises..

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Treating adolescents
Adolescent Co-occurring Disorders Series

Adolescent Co-occurring Disorders Series
This resource presents authoritative information about substance use and mood disorders and substance use and disruptive behavior disorders. Six topic-specific, modular curricula are written by leading experts in the treatment of adolescent co-occurring disorders. The series features reproducible, teen-friendly worksheets.

Reducing Anger in Adolescents
Reducing Anger in Adolescents

Adolescents in a substance abuse population can be resistant, impulsive, and self centered. Reducing Anger in Adolescents: An REBT Approach helps you open the door to verbal interventions that are nonconfrontational, proactive, and collaborative.

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