Introduction Section I: Overview of Macro-Level Issues to Consider When Treating Women for Substance Use Disorders during Pregnancy Chapter 1 Legal and ethical issues in providing treatment to women with substance use disorders during pregnancy Chapter 2 Basic theories and concepts guiding the treatment of substance use disorders in pregnant women Chapter 3 Why is treatment context is important? Section II: A Step-by-Step Process for Identifying, Assessing and Treatment Planning for Women with Substance Use Disorders during Pregnancy Chapter 4 Identifying substance use disorders in the pregnant patient Chapter 5 Comprehensive Assessment of the Drug Addicted Pregnant Patient Chapter 6 Individualized care plan: Development, initiation, monitoring, and completion Section III: Elements of a Model of Care for a Comprehensive Treatment Program for Women with Substance Use Disorders during Pregnancy Chapter 7 Helping patients stabilize and withdraw from substances Chapter 8 Caring for the dually diagnosed patient Chapter 9 Understanding the obstetrical aspects of care of the pregnant woman with substance use disorders Chapter 10 Helping women with substance use disorders care for their drug exposed newborn and enhance their parenting skills Chapter 11 Components of a comprehensive drug treatment program for pregnant women Chapter 12 Trauma informed treatment Chapter 13 Case management Chapter 14 Keys to developing a comprehensive care model
Hendree E. Jones, PhD, is Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology and Director of UNC Horizons at UNC Chapel Hill. Dr. Jones has published more than 115 peer-reviewed publications, a book, several book chapters, multiple editorial letters, and non-peer-reviewed articles. She serves on NIH review panels and as a consultant to the U.S. State Department, the United Nations, and the World Health Organization. Karol Kaltenbach, PhD, is the Director of Maternal Addiction Treatment, Education and Research (MATER), a division of the Department of Pediatrics, at Jefferson Medical College. MATER includes a comprehensive intensive outpatient treatment program for pregnant and parenting women with substance use disorders and a long-term residential treatment program for women and children. She is an internationally recognized expert in the field of maternal addiction and has published extensively.
"Echoing the authors' reasons for writing this book, I have not found another one that addresses this specific topic. It efficiently covers a great deal of information, and provides practical data." -- Doody's "A wonderful resource for physicians caring for obstetric patients with substance use disorders, as well as for substance abuse counselors, therapists, support workers, and groups that are in the process of offering comprehensive services to women with substance use disorders."--PsycCRITIQUES