Integrated Treatment For Mental Illness, Drug Addiction And Alcoholism (MIDAA)(R) Dual Diagnosis, Co-Occurring Disorders: The Alaska Example.
This program is applicable nationally.
Producer: Kathleen Sciacca, M.A.
To Order: Send $79.95 plus $6.00 shipping per copy payable in US Dollars to: Kathleen Sciacca.
Outside of USA include $10.00 for shipping.
Send To: Kathleen Sciacca, Sciacca CSD For MIDAA
299 Riverside Drive, New York, N.Y. 10025
Include your complete mailing address, agency affiliation, and telephone number.
(Video is available in VHS standard 1/2 inch tape)
This video addresses dual diagnosis of co-occurring
mental illness and substance disorders: It includes education and training in:
a) Elements of getting started and the issues inherent in the need for special treatment and programs for persons who have Dual or Multiple disorders that include Severe Mental Illness, Drug Addiction, and Alcoholism (MIDAA) in both urban and rural settings;
b) Working definitions of various profiles of persons who have Dual or Multiple disorders developed by K.Sciacca;
c) Consumer self-report descriptions of their symptoms and experiences of dual disorders;
d) Direct clinical content provided by footage from an actual MIDAA seminar, including examples of MIDAA trainee provider participation, and some content of training by K.Sciacca;
e) Educational content pertaining to program development for MIDAA, and treatment interventions for MIDAA;
f) Inter-agency model of training and program development adapted to teleconference training across the state of Alaska, and providers' experiences in large urban settings, small villages, and in working with the Native American Consumer;
g) outcome, including consumer's experiences of participating in MIDAA treatment, and future directions.
The video is designed to be viewed in segments of topics of interest, or in its entirety, 55 minutes.
AUDIENCE: This video received an excellent
reveiw in the Psychosocial Rehabilitation Journal 1995, and special
notice at the Hospital and Community conference in 1994. It is must
for program administrators, service providers in both M.H. and S. A., educators,
students, consumers, and their families.
Copyright ©1996 Kathleen Sciacca