Treatment & Addiction
Modalities
12 Step Programs
The Brain and Addiction
Definitions
100

The most commonly used substance in the us is

 Alcohol: 139.8 million people. Tobacco: 58.8 million people. Marijuana: 2.9 million people.

100

The acronym DBT stands for...

Dialectical Behavior Theory

100

What is step one?

admitted we are powerless over alcohol/drugs

100

PAWS Can effect the brain long after an individual stops using. PAWS stands for

Post acute withdrawal

100

A primary, chronic disease of brain reward, motivation, memory and related circuitry.

addiction

200

When a person needs a substance in order for their body to function this is called

Dependence

200

The Acronym CBT stands for...

Cognitive Behavioral Theory

200

Name two co-founders of AA.

Dr. Bob and Bill wilson

200

_______ during adolescence can affect the growth and development of teens, especially brain development

Substance use

200

Needing more of a substance to achieve a desired result.

Tolerance 

300

name one of the two substances that can be fatal during withdrawal

Benzos, Alcohol

300

The modality which focuses on the process of interacting with others in a empathetic and vulnerable manner is called..

NVC

300

Step 4 is also called a ______.

Moral inventory

300

An important brain chemical that influences your mood and feelings of reward and motivation.

Dopamine

300

the worsening of a medical condition that had previously improved is called a

relapse

400

When an individual meets the criteria for addiction, their medical diagnosis is 

SUD

400

This modality was initially found to be effective with patients who have Borderline Personality Disorder

DBT

400

NA started in what year?

1953

400

Name a part of the brain that is affected by substance use

(any part of the brain) Amygdola, hypocampus, frontal lobe, prefrontal cortex etc

400

the ability to understand and share the feelings of another.

Empathy

500

How many criteria are there for the ASAM SUD questionnaire?

11

500

Name two of the three parts of the cognitive triangle

Emotion, Action, Behavior

500

AA was based off of this group which had 6 tenants instead of steps. 

Oxford

500

This part of the brain is responsible for decision making and is often impaired by SUD

Frontal Lobe

500

The brain's ability to modify, change, and adapt both structure and function throughout life and in response to experience. (the brains ability to recover)

Nueroplasticity 

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