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  • Management of Addiction AHMED ALBEHAIRY, M.DPSYCHIATRY CONSULTANT, MOH
  • Management of AddictionAssessment . Bio psycho socialIntervention bio psycho socialFollow up and maintenance
  • Implications for TreatmentMust restore – Medical integrity – Personal integrity – Social integrity
  • Psychopharmacological Treatment of patients- Symptomatic detox treatment . Physical, psychological- Anticraving.- Antagonist.- Partial agonist.- Agonist or replacement.????? Ideal drug needs
  • Alcohol- Benzodiazepine, chlordiazepoxide 5-20 mg three or four times daily.- Antiepileptic ;carbamezapine .- vitamin B, thiamine , wernick’s encephalopathy respectively.
  • Alcohol-Naltrexone .At night , after meal, liver-Acomprosate. Campral333mg, 2-1-1, renal , diarrhea, headach-Disulfram.500mg for 1st wk then 250mg, nausea, metronidazole-Topramate.
  • opiate- Alpha 2 agonist, naltrexone.- symptomatic treatment .- Naltrxone, xr.- buperinophin, withdrawel, maintenance.
  • Cocaine & amphetamineAntidepressantsAntiepilepticCocaine vaccine.
  • Nicotine- Symptomatic- varencelline , chantix. Patial agonist, alpa2 B4. 0,5mg / day and in wk inc to 1mg/day- wellbutrin. depression, suicidal thoughts, and suicidal actions- Nicotine replacement.
  • BZD, BARBITURATESymptomatic.Taperring.Vitamine Bantiepileptic.
  • Cannabinoids, hallucinogen, PCP, inhalent,- Supportive .- antidepressants.- Antipsychotic.
  • change
  • The Stages of Change are:• Precontemplation (Not yet acknowledging that there is a problem behavior that needs to be changed)• Contemplation (Acknowledging that there is a problem but not yet ready or sure of wanting to make a change)• Preparation/Determination (Getting ready to change)• Action/Willpower (Changing behavior)• Maintenance (Maintaining the behavior change) and• Relapse (Returning to older behaviors and abandoning the new changes)
  • Possibility of relapse in addiction therapy Relapse prevention
  • Key Themes in Relapse Prevention1- identify risk relapse factors and develop strategies to deal with.2- understand relapse as a process and as an event.3- understand and deal with cues and cravings.4- understand and deal with social pressures to use substance.5- develop and enhance a supportive social network.
  • Key Themes in Relapse Prevention6- develop methods of coping with negative emotional states.7- assess the pt. for co morbid psychiatric disorder.8- help and learn the pt. methods to cope with cognitive distortions.
  • Relapse warning signs!!!????- Attitude changes.- Thoughts changes.- Mood changes.- Behavior changes.
  • Personal integrity????????????Self control ---- self efficacy!!!!!!!!
  • What is self Efficacy????self-efficacy as our belief in our ability tosucceed in specific situations. high risk factors internal, external( thoughts,feelings, people, places, events and things )
  • Factors affecting self-efficacy• Bandura points to four sources affecting self-efficacy;• 1. Experience – "Mastery experience" is the most important factor deciding a persons self-efficacy. Simply put, success raises self-efficacy, failure lowers it.• 2. Modeling - a.k.a. "Vicarious Experience" – “If they can do it, I can do it as well.” This is a process of comparison between a person and someone else., modeling
  • Factors affecting self-efficacy• 3. Social Persuasions – Social persuasions relate to encouragements/discouragements. These can have a strong influence – most people remember times where something said to them significantly altered their confidence. Where positive persuasions increase self-efficacy, negative persuasions decrease it. It is generally easier to decrease someones self- efficacy than it is to increase it.• 4. Physiological Factors – In unusual, stressful situations, people commonly exhibit signs of distress; shakes, aches and pains, fatigue, fear, nausea, etc. A persons perceptions of these responses can markedly alter a persons self-efficacy.
  • Tools of managing self efficacy in addict- Individual psychotherapy .- Group .- Team work.- Motivational skills.- Ex addict .- Family involvement.- Relapse and lapse investigations.
  • Self efficacy and solve problem- Psycho education- Anticipation of risky situations .- Discussion ??????- Training , motivation.- List of problems- Prioritize the problems .- Analysis of the problems.( cognitive errors and other related psychosocial issues).
  • Problem solving- Alternative solutions.- Choose the suitable solution ( with, against, and key persons).- Test the solution .- Approve the solution or choose other alternative.- Recycle and repeat.
  • Types of problems to be solved- cues.- Craving- Psychiatric disorders.- Medical disorders.- Legal problem.- Family .- financial.
  • Self efficacy and problem solving meanContinuous motivation for change of- Attitude .- Thoughts .- Mood .- Behavior .
  • Cognitive behavioral model of the relapse process Decreased Coping Increased Probability response Self efficacy Of relapseHigh risksituations AVE disonance No Initial use Increased Decreased conflicts Coping Of Probability Self efficacy Of response substance Self relapse attribution
  • Family intervention in addiction treatment- F Counseling- Enabling, coping with relapse and craving.- F therapy
  • The aims of counsellingCounselling can help people:• discuss their problems honestly and openly,• deal with issues that are preventing them from achieving their goals and ambitions, and• have a more positive outlook on life
  • Emphasizing issues in Family Counselling in Addiction• disease model of addiction.• Motivational skills training.• Signs of enabling.• Main concepts of follow up .• Lapse and relapse.• Role of the family in each therapeutic step.• Role of the key person.• Trust vs. mistrust• How to deal with patients cravings.• More frequent questions from the family.
  • Emphasizing issues in Family Counselling in Addiction• disease model of addiction. disease model reward system personality disorders and changes.
  • Emphasizing issues in Family Counselling in Addiction• Signs of enabling.• Obsessively thinking or ruminating about what to do to get others to change behaviors.• Protecting someone from the consequences of their addiction.• Constantly cleaning up the chaos to keep the status quo.• Ignoring mood-altering substance abuse patterns.• Creating lies or excuses for others drug using or drinking patterns.
  • Emphasizing issues in Family Counselling in Addiction• Signs of enabling.• Nagging or starting arguments then ignoring drug use and drinking.• Allowing the person in active addiction to live in the same household when they are abusive or continue with destructive behaviors.• Tolerating individuals driving under the influence of mood-altering substances• Ignoring peoples self destructive behaviors for fear of starting arguments
  • Emphasizing issues in Family Counselling in AddictionCoping with Relapse• Process.• Handling crises and emergency situations.• Indications for referral to family therapy.
  • Emphasizing issues in Family Counselling in AddictionHandling craving• Encouraging the individual to express craving• to them• Not panicking, as craving can be handled in ways• other than using drugs• Understanding that the process of craving is• temporary.
  • Emphasizing issues in Family Counselling in AddictionHandling craving• Giving him/her something to eat or drink. The• craving is often reduced when a person’s hunger• or thirst is quenched• Talking it through when craving occurs• Distracting the individual by playing a game,• reading, going to a movie, listening to music or• going out to visit some relatives, etc
  • Family Therapy• confessions and confrontations.• Parenting skills.• Discussions skills.• Solving problem skills.• Anger management in the family.• Family firmness.• Therapeutic alliance ( patient , family and therapists).
  • Thank you