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Women and opiate addiction - Irefrea

Women and opiate addiction - Irefrea

Women and opiate addiction -

Women and opiate addiction: a european perspective Authors: Paolo Stocco Juan José Llopis Laura De Fazio Françoise Facy Evelyne Mariani Thomas Legl Madalena de Carvalho Agurtzane Castillo Montse Rebollida Financed with the assistance of the EUROPEAN COMMISSION

  • Page 3: WOMEN AND OPIATE ADDICTION: A EUROP
  • Page 6 and 7: © IREFREA I.S.B.N.: 84-931947-2-7
  • Page 8 and 9: COLLABORATING PROFESSIONALS AND INS
  • Page 10 and 11: the analysis of drug addicts or alc
  • Page 12 and 13: Family Therapy, the Psychopathology
  • Page 15 and 16: PREFACE By Paolo Stocco When a read
  • Page 17 and 18: And can the effectiveness of the ps
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  • Page 21 and 22: The history of civilisation has bee
  • Page 23 and 24: should be based on data that has be
  • Page 25 and 26: 4. Women, pregnancy and methadone t
  • Page 27 and 28: 1. THE QUALITY OF DRUG ADDICTION IN
  • Page 29 and 30: A decline in the type of work and i
  • Page 31 and 32: “I think that a female drug addic
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  • Page 35 and 36: Overdose and Suicide Attempts (50%
  • Page 37 and 38: In some cases, relapse seems to be
  • Page 39 and 40: previous six months. Davies et al (
  • Page 41 and 42: had put her to work on the main roa
  • Page 43 and 44: THE DIMENSION OF MOTHERHOOD The ana
  • Page 45 and 46: From the point of view of experienc
  • Page 47 and 48: “I had awful treatment. They didn
  • Page 49 and 50: is also greater. The family member
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    “Drug addiction degrades a woman,

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    With regard to sibling psychopathol

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    “They treat you the same as they

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    Ballesteros J. et al (1992) Factore

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    2. OPIATE ADDICTION: WHY IS THE FEM

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    age. However, this gap is much less

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    Later, and this is the aspect more

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    of the symptom contributes to its b

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    family as a child. Our aim here is

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    This abuse of intra-family relation

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    is there transferred onto a social

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    Very often the young woman approach

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    • gender - specific issues in add

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    libertine attitude towards partners

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    tendency of male patients to exert

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    An informal survey of therapists wo

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    86 Questions I. Do you personally p

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    88 Questions III. How would a stron

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    While the integrative approach towa

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    Dependency Issues. Ottawa, Ontario.

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    to have the staff (doctors and nurs

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    Of the female drug abusers in priso

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    By contrast, in counselling centres

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    • anxiety : average score 3; •

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    The family nucleus remains importan

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    104 ANNEX WOMEN PREGNANT ON ADMISSI

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    N = 119 Initial check Current state

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    N = 119 Initial check Current state

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    N = 119 Initial check Current state

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    N = 119 Initial check Current state

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    The second hypothesis concerning cr

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    are obviously magnified by the char

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    In Belgium, although there are no p

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    120 Legal problems in past (% of to

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    122 Meetings with children during p

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    intervention for the social rehabil

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    6. ADDICTION AND GENDER CONDITIONIN

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    it difficult for the adolescent to

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    According to a recent study publish

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    IMPLICATIONS OF THE PERSONALITY DIA

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    alterations of the endorphinic and

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    Personality diagnostic instruments.

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    carried out a multiple discriminant

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    group, most notably the indicators

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    to deal with the domestic tasks aft

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    As SEIDEN (89) pointed out, through

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    In an analysis of circumstances or

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    DUTHIE in 1980 working with women d

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    present personality traits of a neu

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    all in affective disorders and post

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    Moreover, we wanted to know if the

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    The percentage of cases with pathol

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    the women also present a higher per

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    COMPARISON OF THE EVOLUTION OF THE

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    them on a second evaluation at six

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    The profile of personality in the w

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    Calafat A. y Amengual M. (1991) Dep

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    Hasin D. Grant B. (1987) Psychiatri

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    Newcomb C. et al. (1986) Acontecimi

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    Stocco P. Llopis J . J. De Fazio L.

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    7. THE COUPLE BEYOND THE CONSUMPTIO

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    an enigmatic appearance and an evas

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    FOR A BEGINNING OF THERAPY Due to s

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    other’s words. As far as the path

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    We do not wish to reinforce the cou

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    a rhythm that she would have wanted

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    The comment on the game is about th

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    questioning ourselves about their a

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    he has reached the point when he ca

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    about the body experiences, a certa

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    e strangers living under the same r

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    Mourão - Ferreira D. (1986) Um Amo

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    EMCDDA: http://www.emcdda.org The E

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