Appendix B: Other useful resources

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Below is a selection of other resources that may be useful for those working with clients experiencing co-occurring AOD and mental health conditions. Note that some of these resources are somewhat dated, but we have retained them where more recent resources are unavailable. Readers should nonetheless be aware that given their age, some of the information contained may not be based on the most current evidence.

Other useful resources

Australian Association of Social Workers. 2013. National practice standards for social workers 2013. Canberra, Australia (currently being updated).

Australian Government Department of Health. 2012. Mental health statement of rights and responsibilities. Canberra, Australia.

Back S, Foa E, Killeen T, Mills KL, Teesson M, Cotton BD, Carroll KM, Brady KT. 2015. Concurrent treatment of PTSD and substance use disorders using prolonged exposure (COPE): Therapist guide. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Baker A, Kay-Lambkin F, Lee NK, Claire M, Jenner L. 2003. A brief cognitive behavioural intervention for regular amphetamine users. Canberra, Australia: Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing.

Baker A, Velleman R. 2007. Clinical handbook of co-existing mental health and drug and alcohol problems. London, UK: Routledge.
Clancy R, Terry M. 2007. Psychiatry and substance use: An interactive resource for clinicians working with clients who have mental health and substance use problems [DVD-ROM]. Newcastle, Australia: NSW Health

eMHPrac e-Mental Health in Practice Project. 2021. A guide to digital mental health resources. Brisbane, Queensland: Queensland University of Technology.

Miller W, Rollnick S. 2013. Motivational interviewing: Helping people change (3rd edition). New York, NY, US: Guildford Press.

Mills KL, Marel C, Baker A, Teesson M, Dore G, Kay-Lambkin F, Manns L, Trimingham T. 2011. Comorbidity information booklets. Sydney, New South Wales: National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre.

Network of Alcohol and other Drugs Agencies (NADA). 2017. Aboriginal Inclusion Tool: A tool to improve Aboriginal inclusion in AOD services. Sydney: NADA.

Network of Alcohol and other Drugs Agencies (NADA). 2018. Language matters. Sydney: NADA.

Reilly PM, Shopshire MS. 2019. Anger management for substance abuse and mental health clients: A cognitive-behavioural therapy manual. Rockville, MD, US: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. 2019. Enhancing motivation for change in substance use disorder treatment. Rockville, MD, US: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.

Stapinski L, Rapee R, Haggman S, Sannibale C, Winkler C, Baillie AJ. 2021. Combined Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Social Phobia and Harmful Drinking: Therapist Guide, Revised Version. Sydney, New South Wales: CASP Project. Centre for Emotional Health, Macquarie University.

Turning Point. 2013. Screening and assessment tools. Victoria.

Victorian Government Department of Health. 2013. National practice standards for the mental health workforce. Melbourne, Victoria.

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