"This updated edition of Dual Disorders by Drs. Daley and Moss provides clinicians from all disciplines up-to-date information on psychosocial and psychopharmacologic treatments for patients with chemical dependency (CD) and coexisting mental disorders
.I highly recommend this informative and practical book."
--Jack Blaine, MD, deputy director, Center for Clinical Trials Network, National Institute on Drug Abuse
"I strongly recommend this book to counselors and clinicians who have an interest in developing or enhancing their dual diagnosis competency."
--Kenneth Minkoff, MD, medical director, Arbour-Choate Health Management; Clinical assistant professor of psychiatry, Harvard Medical School
"Developing an effective, integrated approach to the treatment of dual disorders is a high priority goal. The third edition of Dual Disorders by Daley and Moss is a valuable resource in the pursuit of this goal.
--G. Alan Marlatt, PhD, professor and director, Addictive Behaviors Research Center, Department of Psychology, University of Washington
"The challenge of providing appropriate care for individuals with co-occurring mental and addictive disorders is inescapable. Drs. Daley and Moss have systematically and comprehensively pulled together the rapidly expanding evidence base to provide practitioners with practical strategies for meeting that challenge."
--Harold Pincus, MD, professor of psychiatry and executive vice chair, Department of Psychiatry, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic
"Drs. Dennis Daley and Howard Moss are two of the most knowledgeable people in the field of dual diagnosis treatment. This book is a wonderful synthesis of information about assessment and treatment of dual disorders."
--Roger D. Weiss, MD, associate professor of psychiatry, Harvard Medical School Clinical director, Alcohol and Drug Abuse Program, McLean Hospital
"I would recommend this book to anyone who treats patients with comorbid addiction and psychiatric disorders."
--Carl Rollyn Sullivan, MD, professor of psychiatry and director, Addiction Intensive Outpatient Program, West Virginia University School of Medicine
"[This book] is much more than an update to their previous two editions. It is really more a state-of-the-art textbook on assessment and treatment, diagnosis by diagnosis, complete with its own quality improvement guide. When you read it, you'll know how far we've come!"
--Michael T. Flaherty, PhD, executive director, Institute for Research, Education and Training in Addictions
"The new sections in this third edition on group treatment and how to help families' members are great contributions. I thank Dr. Daley and Dr. Moss for another great book."
--Robert J. Ackerman, PhD, professor of sociology, Indiana University of Pennsylvania; Director, Mid-Atlantic Addiction Training Institute
"Clinicians will be reassured to learn that these authors are again keeping the field well informed and current."
--Gerald T. Rogers, President, Gerald T. Rogers Productions, Skokie, Illinois
"Drs. Daley and Moss
have a gift for combining research with a strong practical background. This third edition reflects their pragmatic approach with current research to produce a 'best practices' model."
--David C. Bowen, CSW, CASAC, clinical services director, St. Joseph's Rehabilitation Center, Inc., Saranac Lake
'This is an excellent manual for practitioners working with dual diagnosis clients."
--Helena Rempala, PhD, clinical psychologist and research coordinator, The Morton Center and Family and Children's Counseling Centers
About the Author
Dennis C. Daley, Ph.D., is Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Chief of Drug and Alcohol Services, and Director of the Center for Psychiatric and Chemical Dependency Services at Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic (WPIC) of the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center in Pittsburgh, PA. He is a Principal and Co-Principal Investigator on several research studies sponsored by the National Institute on Drug Abuse and National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism related treatment of individuals with substance use disorders and mood disorders. Dr. Daley is a consultant to two federally funded research projects at Harvard Medical School and Spalding University. He has also consulted with numerous treatment programs in the U.S. and Europe, and presented workshops and lectures in over 30 States, Canada and Europe. Dr. Daley is Co-Director of the Education Core for the Veteran Administration's Mental Illness Research, Education and Clinical Care project.Dr. Daley developed several dual disorder treatment programs, and has been involved in providing services to patients and families, program development and management for over twenty years. He has over 200 publications including books, recovery guides, journal articles and educational films on dual disorders, recovery, relapse prevention, and family issues. He recently authored or co-authored the following treatment manuals for clinicians and recovery manual for consumers (1) Group Drug Counseling with Cocaine Addiction, (2) Male Alcoholism, Depression and Violence, (3) Improving Treatment Compliance, (4) Dual Disorders Recovery Counseling: Integrated Treatment for Substance Use and Dual Disorders and (5) Dual Diagnosis Workbook: Recovery Strategies for Substance Use and Mental Health Problems. Dr. Daley has also authored recovery materials for children and adolescents.Dr. Daley has written over thirty educational videos for patients and families including the Living Sober I (8 videos on early recovery issues), Living Sober II (6 videos on middle recovery issues) and Living Sober III (5 videos on motivation and compliance) interactive video programs, the Promise Of Recovery, (an 11-video program on recovery from psychiatric illness), and Double Trouble. His practical recovery materials are used in many treatment programs in the U.S. and other countries, and several of his books have been translated to foreign languages.