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Behandling av dubbeldiagnos: finns en gemensam målsättning med behandlingen?

Gräntz, Maria Kristina and Olofsson, Carina (2009)
School of Social Work
Abstract
Clients with dual diagnosis have difficulties to recover and have a tendancy to fall between two stools. Among other things this is due to the fact that caregivers have different approaches, values and focus. The purpose of this study is to compare how clients, therapists and socialworkers look upon the aim of the treatment, its form, residential care, the conception of goalfulfillment and participation. In our study we have applied the theories of Aaron Antonovsky, Howard Becker and Erving Goffman. The paper consists mainly of qualitative interviews with clients, therapists and socialworkers. The results shows that the respondents have different opinions of the conceptions above, however clients and professionals agree that institutional... (More)
Clients with dual diagnosis have difficulties to recover and have a tendancy to fall between two stools. Among other things this is due to the fact that caregivers have different approaches, values and focus. The purpose of this study is to compare how clients, therapists and socialworkers look upon the aim of the treatment, its form, residential care, the conception of goalfulfillment and participation. In our study we have applied the theories of Aaron Antonovsky, Howard Becker and Erving Goffman. The paper consists mainly of qualitative interviews with clients, therapists and socialworkers. The results shows that the respondents have different opinions of the conceptions above, however clients and professionals agree that institutional treatment in some cases have been necessary. We also found that the final goals of treatment in these cases were diffuse and formulated in a general way. We found some lack of participation by the clients during the planning of the treatment and the follow-up but they were seen by all social workers and therapists as important tools. Our conclusion is furthermore that solutions in the clients homeenvironment is a main issue for the goalfulfillment as well as the other conceptions in our study. (Less)
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  abstract     = {Clients with dual diagnosis have difficulties to recover and have a tendancy to fall between two stools. Among other things this is due to the fact that caregivers have different approaches, values and focus. The purpose of this study is to compare how clients, therapists and socialworkers look upon the aim of the treatment, its form, residential care, the conception of goalfulfillment and participation. In our study we have applied the theories of Aaron Antonovsky, Howard Becker and Erving Goffman. The paper consists mainly of qualitative interviews with clients, therapists and socialworkers. The results shows that the respondents have different opinions of the conceptions above, however clients and professionals agree that institutional treatment in some cases have been necessary. We also found that the final goals of treatment in these cases were diffuse and formulated in a general way. We found some lack of participation by the clients during the planning of the treatment and the follow-up but they were seen by all social workers and therapists as important tools. Our conclusion is furthermore that solutions in the clients homeenvironment is a main issue for the goalfulfillment as well as the other conceptions in our study.},
  author       = {Gräntz, Maria Kristina and Olofsson, Carina},
  keyword      = {dual diagnosis,aim of treatment,goalfulfillment,residential care,participation,Social sciences,Samhällsvetenskaper,Sociology,Sociologi,Social changes, theory of social work,Sociala förändringar, teorier om socialt arbete,Social problems and welfare, national insurance,Sociala problem, social välfärd, socialförsäkring},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Behandling av dubbeldiagnos: finns en gemensam målsättning med behandlingen?},
  year         = {2009},
}