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Bibliography/ Resource list

2004: Co-occurring Disorders in Women Through the

Sheila B. Blume, M.D.
Galanter, M and Kleber HD (Editors): Textbook of Substance Abuse
Treatment, 3rd Edition. Arlington VA, American Psychiatric Publishing,
2004. Has chapter on women and addiction and one on dual diagnosis
with axis I disorders.
Straussner, S and Brown, S (Editors): Handbook of Addiction
Treatment for Women: Theory and Practice, San Francisco, Josey-Bass,
2002. This book has chapters on adolescents, older women, dual
Romans, S and Seeman, MV (Editors): Womens Mental Health: A Life
Cycle Approach, Philadelphia, Williams and Wilkins, (in press). This book
has chapters on adult and adolescent substance use and disorders as well
as elderly. Due out in 2005
Lowinson J, Ruiz P, Millman RB, Langrodt JG, (Editors): Substance Abuse: A
Comprehensive Textbook, 4th Edition. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins (in
press). 9Third edition: 1997.0 Has chapters on women and alcohol and
women and other drugs as well as one on dual diagnosis
OConnell, D and Beyer, E. Managing the Dually Diagnosed Patient:
Current Issues and Clinical Approaches. New York, Haworth Press, 2002.
Has review of literature on various aspects of dual diagnosis and much
clinical information about assessment and psychosocial treatment, some
Westermeyer J, Weiss RD, Ziedonis DM (Eds) Integrated Treatment for
Mood and Substance Use Disorders. Baltimore, Johns Hopkins University
Press, 2003. New book, well reviewed, has much practical advice on
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Substance Use Disorder. Shows how many receive
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Dual Recovery Anonymous:
Double Trouble in Recovery:
A.A. Meetings on-line: