Teaching Tips

This INCASE page is designed to share resources and information among teachers of addictions.

Tips from our professors and teachers of undergraduates:

Application Paper/Drug Movie Project
Ann Hatcher, EdD
Co-Director, Center for Addiction Studies
Metropolitan State College of Denver

SUNY BROCKPORT offers their resources
Mr. Metz, Dr. Watt, and Dr. Scheidt offer their handouts, worksheets, paper assignments, assessment guidelines and more!





Tips from our professors and teachers of advanced studies or graduate programs:

Widener University- Graduate Program in Clinical Psychology
Lori Simons, Ph.D. offers her syllabus and assignments





Books Written by INCASE Members

Lewis, Judith A., Dana, Robert Q., Blevins, Gregory A. (2010) Substance Abuse Counseling 4t Edition, Brooks-Cole

Myers, P.L. & Salt, N. (2012) Becoming an Addictions Counselor: A Comprehensive Text. Third Edition. Sudbury, MA: Jones and Bartlett, Inc.

Myers, P.L. & Irsalowitz, R. (2011) Alcohol, a volume in the Health and Medical Issues Today series, A Greenwodd Press 189 Reference Book (in press for April 2011 release)

Irsalowitz, R. & Myers, P.L. (2011) Illicit Drugs, a volume in the Health and Medical Issues Today series A Greenwood Press 189 Reference Book.

Faii, M., Mingnon, S., Myers, P.L., & Rubington, E. (2009) Substance Use and Abuse: Exploring Alcohol and Drug Problems Lynne Rienner Publihers

Taleff, Michael J. (2009) Advanced Ethics for Addiction Professionals New York: Springer

Taleff, Michael J. (2006) Critical Thinking for Addiction Professionals New York: Springer

Foster, Jeremy, Kuhn, Cynthia, Swartzwelder, Scott, & Wilson, Wilkie (2008) Buzzed: The Straight Facts About the Most Used and Abused Drugs from Alcohol to Ecstasy (Third Edition) New York: W.W. Norton

Essential Papers on Addiction (Essential Papers in Psychoanalysis Series) by Daniel L Yalisove (1997). New York: NYU Press

Introduction to Alcohol Research: Implications for Treatment, Prevention, and Policy by Daniel L. Yalisove (2003) NY: Allyn and Bacon

James, R. (2012). Sexuality and addiction: Making Connections, enhancing recovery. Praeger.