A brief cognitive behavioural intervention for regular amphetamine users: a treatment guide

Section 5: Other available resources and useful websites

Page last updated: 2003

  1. A user's guide to speed. National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre (NDARC), PDF available on the NDARC website (ndarc.med.unsw.edu.au)

  2. Alcohol and Other Drugs: A Handbook for Health Professionals. Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing, 2003.

  3. Australian Drug Foundation website (www.adf.org.au)

  4. Australian Drug Information Network (ADIN) website (www.adin.com.au)

  5. Barry, K.L (1999). Brief interventions and brief therapies for substance abuse. Treatment Improvement Protocol (TIP) Series No. 34. US Department of Health and Human Services: Rockville, Maryland.

  6. Beck, A.T., Wright, F.D., Newman, C.F. and Liese, B.S. (1993). Cognitive therapy of substance abuse. New York: Guilford Press.

  7. Carroll, K.M. (1998). A cognitive-behavioural approach: treating cocaine addiction, National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA). Therapy Manuals for Drug Addiction. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Institute of Health, Maryland.

  8. Centre for General Practice Integration Studies, on the University of NSW: Medicine (med.unsw.edu.au)

  9. Clinical skills training series: effective approaches to alcohol and other drug problems, modules 1-5. University of Newcastle: Training, Health and Educational Media, 1998. (National Teaching Grant held by Amanda Baker and National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction).
    Module 1: Motivational interviewing: how to encourage motivation for change.
    Module 2: Relapse prevention.
    Top of pageModule 3: Raising the issue and assessment: triggers to learning.
    Module 4: Brief intervention: triggers to learning.
    Module 5: Brief intervention strategies among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
    Each module consists of 1-3 videotapes and a booklet including summation of the script, training questions and exercises, and student assessment and evaluation forms.

  10. Clinical Treatment Guidelines Series, on Turning Point Alcohol and Drug Centre website (www.turningpoint.org.au)

  11. Davies, J. (2000). A Manual of Mental Health Care in General Practice. Commonwealth Department of Health and Aged Care. Canberra.

  12. Hulse, G. et al. (2003). Alcohol and other drug clinical presentations and management – a case series exercise and record book. Oxford University Press.

  13. Motivational interviewing: a resource for clinicians, researchers and trainers. Motivational interviewing website (www.motivationalinterview.org)

  14. Orford, J. (2001). Excessive Appetites: A Psychological View of Addiction (Second Edition). John Wiley & Sons: New York.

  15. Models of intervention and care for psychostimulant users. National Drug Strategy Monograph Series No 51. Baker, A., Lee, N. K. & Jenner, L. eds. Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing.

  16. Treatment Approaches for Alcohol and Drug Dependence: An Introductory Guide. on the NDARC publications webpage (ndarc.med.unsw.edu.au/publications) to order a copy.
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