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UNIVERSITATEA "PETRE ANDREI"

FACULTATEA DE PSIHOLOGIE ASISTENA SOCIALA


Disciplina: PSIHOLOGIA ADICIILOR
PROGRAMA ANALITIC
An. IV

1. Obiectivele disciplinei : Cunoaterea de ctre studeni a conceptelor fundamentale i a


problematicii actuale ale psihologiei comportamentelor adictive integrarea lor n fondul
informaional interdisciplinar. Familiarizarea cu noiunile reprezentative din domeniul, a
datelor actuale de specialitate, familiarizarea cu situaia specific din ara noastr i a
posibilitilor de intervenie i asisten n domeniu. Stimularea interesului studenilor pentru
studiul aplicativ al domeniului, formarea unor abilitai i competene de a opera cu conceptele
i coninuturile nsuite, cunoaterea i nsuirea metodelor, tehnicilor i procedeelor de
intervenie tiinifica specifice domeniului. Stimularea prin creativitate a studentului n
delimitarea unor teme de cercetare interdisciplinar.
2. Concordana obiectivelor disciplinei cu planul de nvmnt.
Obiectivele urmrite prin predarea disciplinei "Psihologia adiciilor" se ncadreaz, susin i
faciliteaz atingerea obiectivelor i finalitilor celorlalte discipline din cadrul specializrii n
domeniul psihologiei i asistenei sociale.
3. Procedee folosite n activitatea didactic. n cadrul cursului vor fi utilizate: metoda
expunerii, metoda ilustrativ, expunerile de caz, examinarea de caz, problematizarea, .a.m.d.
n susinerea seminariilor se vor utiliza: metode activ-participative, studiul de caz, dezbaterea,
metode creative de abordare a problemelor.
4. Forme de evaluare. Forma principa1 de evaluare este examenul (n forma scris).
5. Coninutul programei analitice:
Curs I.: Date generale privind noiunile i comportamentul adictiv. Droguri licite i ilicite.
Circuitele "plcerii". Dependen fizic i psihic.
Curs II: Opiul i derivaii si.
Curs III: Droguri halucinogene i disociative.
Curs IV: Cocaina i droguri psihostimulente.
Curs V: Amfetamine i metamfetamine.
Curs VI: Haiul i derivaii de THC. Marijuana.
Curs VII: Droguri inhalante: solvenii organici
Curs VIII: Cafeina, nicotina
Curs IX: Alcoolul i problematica alcoolismului
Curs X: Probleme privind abordarea terapeutic a adiciilor
1. Scopurile tratamentului
2. Evaluarea pacientului
3. Criterii de plasament a pacientului
4. Tratamente biologice
5. Terapii psihodinamice
6. Psihoterapia individual
7. Terapii de grup
Curs XI: Probleme speciale
1. Drogurile i sarcina
2. Boli cu transmitere prin siring. Diagnosticul dual.
3. Drogurile la adolesceni
4. Probleme de educaie sanitar
5. Drogodependena la persoane cu afeciuni somatice
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Titular disciplin
Conf. Dr. R. Andrei
Doctor n medicin