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Publications about ARISE® and Resilience

Fernandez, Begley & Marlatt. (2006) Family and Peer Interventions for Adults: Past approaches and future directions.Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, Vol. 20, No 2, pp. 207-213.

Garrett, J. & Landau, J. (2010). ARISE to Help Your Family Member Recover From Alcohol, Drug, and Other Addictions: A Proven Intervention and Lifelong Recovery Guide for Families. Binghamton, NY: Taylor & Francis.

Garrett, J. & Landau, J. (2007). Family Motivation to Change: A major factor in engaging alcoholics in treatmentAlcoholism Treatment Quarterly, 25(1/2), 65-83.

Garrett, J., Landau, J., Stanton, M.D., Baciewicz, G., Brinkman-Sull, D., and Shea, R. (1998). The ARISE Intervention: Using family and network links to engage addicted persons in treatmentJournal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 15(4), 333-343.

Garrett, J., Landau‑Stanton, J., Stanton, M.D., Stellato‑Kabat, J., & Stellato‑Kabat, D. (1997). ARISE:  A method for engaging reluctant alcohol- and drug-dependent individuals in treatmentJournal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 14(3), 235-248.

Translated and republished in (1998). ARISE: Un método para promover el tratamiento de alcohólicos y drogadictos. Sistemas Familiares, 14(3), 43-63 (Argentina).

And in (2001). ARISE: A kezelésre gyengén motivált drog- és alkoholfügg’k kezelésbe vonásának egyik módszere. In G. Kelemen, B. Márta Erd’s (Eds.), Az addiktológia horizontja. (pp. 83-110). Pécsi Orvostudományi Egyetem, Eü. F’iskolai Kar, Pécs (Hungary).

And in (2002). Pensando Famílias, 4(4), 56-78 (Brazil).

Garrett, J., Stanton, M.D., Landau, J., Baciewicz, G., Brinkman-Sull, D., and Shea, R. (1999). The “Concerned Other” call: Using family links to overcome resistance to addiction treatment. Substance Use and Misuse, 34(3), 363-382.

Garrett, J., & Landau, J. (2001). Addiction relapse prevention during traumatic times – Parts 1-5 (posted on The Holistic Internet Community until 2010)

Landau, J. (2011). The ARISE Intervention and Continuum of Care: Engaging substance abusers and their families in treatment and long-term recoveryFamiliendynamik, 36, 2-11Originally published in German

Landau, J. & Garrett, J.  (2010). Invitational Intervention: A Step-by-Step Guide for Clinicians Helping Families Engage Resistant Substance Abusers in Treatment. (2nd Ed.) Binghamton, NY: Taylor & Francis.

Intervention is the action taken by family, friends, and concerned others to actively assist someone to change an unacceptable behavior. Invitational Intervention: ARISE®, is a three-level method designed to work with families and friends to get a resistant substance abusing loved one started in treatment. In addition to working with substance abuse, Invitational Intervention addresses other problem areas such as eating disorders, Internet addiction, sexual addiction, compulsive gambling, medical treatment non-compliance, and nicotine dependence. Invitational Intervention encourages concerned other members of the support system to pick up the telephone and reach out to a trained ARISE® Interventionist for guidance in achieving successful treatment engagement. A NIDA-funded ARISE® study resulted in 83% successful treatment engagement with an average of less than 90 minutes of professional time expended because the majority of the effort was undertaken by the substance abuser’s concerned others and support system. This book provides a practical step-by-step guide for clinicians who are interested in learning about Invitational Intervention and the ARISE® method. Order Now from Amazon.

Landau, J., & Garrett, J. (2008). Neurobiology and addiction: Assisting the family and support system to get resistant loved ones into treatmentAFTA Monograph Series Neuroscience and family therapy: Integrations and applications [Monograph]. American Family Therapy Academy, Winter 2008, 29-37.

Landau, J., & Garrett, J. (2008). Neurobiology and addiction: Assisting the family and support system to get resistant loved ones into treatment. Republished in (2014): Thorana Nelson and Hinda Winaver (Eds.),  Critical topics in family Therapy – AFTA Monograph Series Highlights. AFTA/Springer, 2014, 93-102.

Landau, J., & Garrett, J. (2008). Invitational Intervention: The ARISE Model for engaging reluctant substance abusers in treatmentAlcoholism Treatment Quarterly, 26(1/2), 147-168.

Landau, J., & Garrett, J. (2008). Invitational Intervention: The ARISE Model for engaging reluctant substance abusers in treatment. O.J. Morgan & C.H. Litzke (Eds.) Family Intervention in Substance Abuse: Current Best Practices (pp. 147-168). Philadelphia, PA: Haworth Press.

Landau, J & Garrett, J. (2006). Invitational Intervention: A Step-by-Step Guide for Clinicians Helping Families Engage Resistant Substance Abusers into Treatment. (1st Ed.) BookSurgePublishing.com.

Landau, J., Garrett, J., Shea, R., Stanton, M.D., Baciewicz, G., and Brinkman-Sull, D. (2000). Strength in numbers: Using family links to overcome resistance to addiction treatmentAmerican Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse, 26(3), 379-398.

Translated and republished in (2004). A forca nos números: O método ARISE para mobilizar famílias e redes para engajar abusadores de substancia no tratamento. Pensando Familias, 4(4), 56-78 (Brazil).

Landau, J., Garrett, J., & Webb, R. (2008). Assisting a concerned person to motivate someone experiencing cybersex into treatment­ – Application of Invitational Intervention: The ARISE Model to CybersexJournal of Marriage and Family Therapy (Special Section on MFT and Cybersex), 34(4), 498-511.

Translated and republished in (2010) Assistindo uma Pessoa Interessada em Motivar Alguém Vivenciando Sexo Virtual a Entrar em Tratamento – Applicação da Intervençãio por Convite: O Modelo ARISE de Sexo Virtual. Pensando Familias 13(2), 59-81.

Landau, J., Stanton, M.D., Brinkman-Sull, D., Ikle, D., McCormick, D., Garrett, J…Wamboldt, F. (2004). Outcomes with the ARISE approach to engaging reluctant drug- and alcohol-dependent individuals in treatmentAmerican Journal of Drug & Alcohol Abuse, 30(4), 711-748.

Loneck, B., Garrett, J.A., Banks, S.M. (1996). A comparison of the Johnson Intervention with four other methods of referral to outpatient treatment. American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse, 22(2), 233-246.

Loneck, B., Garrett, J.A., Banks, S.M. (1996). The Johnson Intervention and relapse during outpatient treatment. American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse. 22(3), 363-375.

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration TIP 35 (1999 – Revised 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2011, 2012, and 2013). Enhancing Motivation for Change in Substance Use Disorder Treatment. HHS No. SMA08-4212, 89-80.

Landau-Stanton, MD, J. (1985). Adolescents, Families, and Cultural Transition: A Treatment Model*. In M. Mirkin & S. Koman, Handbook of Adolescents and Family Therapy (1st ed., pp. 363-381). New York: Gardner Press.

Landau-Stanton, J. (1985). COMPETENCE, IMPERMANENCE, AND TRANSITIONAL MAPPING – A Model for Systems Consultation. In L. Wynne, T. Webber & S. McDaniel, Systems Consultation: A New Perspective for Family Therapy (1st ed., pp. 253-269). New York: Guilford Press, Inc.

Landau-Stanton, J., Clements, C., & Stanton, M. (1993). Psychotherapeutic Intervention: From Individual Through Group to Extended Network. In J. Landau-Stanton & C. Clements, AIDS, Health, And Mental Health: A Primary Source Book (1st ed., pp. 214-263). Routledge.

Landau, J. (1982). Therapy with Families in Cultural Transition. In Ethnicity and Family Therapy (1st ed., pp. 552-572). New York: Guilford Press.

Family Resilience Publications

Mittal, M., Thevenet-Morrison, K., Landau, J., Cai, X., Gibson, L., & Schroeder, A. et al. (2016). An Integrated HIV Risk Reduction Intervention for Women with a History of Intimate Partner Violence: Pilot Test Results. AIDS And Behavior. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10461-016-1427-5

Landau, J. (2005). The “Place of Joy”: A collaborative method of induction in Past Life Regression. The International Journal of Healing and Caring, 5(3).

Landau, J. (1982). Therapy with families in cultural transition. In M. McGoldrick, J.K. Pearce, & J. Giordano (Eds.), Ethnicity and family therapy (pp. 552-572). New York: Guilford Press.

Translated and reprinted in (1983). Reseaux-Systèmes-Agencements.

Landau, J. (1997). Whispers of illness: Secrecy versus trust. In S.H. McDaniel, J. Hepworth, & W. Doherty (Eds.), The Shared Experience of Illness (pp. 13-22). New York: Basic Books.

Translated and republished in (2005). Sussurros da Doença: Segredo Versus Confiança. Pensando Familias, 7(8), 9-20 (Brazil).

Landau, J., Cole, R., Tuttle, J., Clements, C.D. and Stanton, M.D. (2000). Family connectedness and women’s sexual risk behaviors: Implications for the prevention/intervention of STD/HIV infection. Family Process, 39(4), 461-475.

Landau, J., and Hissett, J.L. (2008). Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: Impact on identity and ambiguous loss in the family. Family Systems and Health, 26(1), 69-85.

Landau, J., and Stanton, M.D. (1983). Therapeutic intervention: Families with adolescent substance abusers. Focus on Alcohol and Drug Issues, 6(3), 2‑3, 20.

Landau, J., and Stanton, M.D. (1983). Aspects of supervision with the “Pick-a-Dali Circus” model. Journal of Strategic and Systemic Therapies, 2(2), 31-39.

Translated and republished in (1984). Live-Supervision im Rahmen des «Pick-a-Dali-Zirkus» Modells. Zeitschrift fur Systemische Therapie, 2(6), 93-102 (West Germany).

And in (1989). South African Marital and Family Therapy Newsletter. South African Institute of Marital and Family Therapy, Spring Issue (South Africa).

And in Sistemas Familiares (Argentina).

Landau-Stanton, J. (1985). Adolescents, families, and cultural transition: A treatment model. In M.P. Mirkin & S.L. Koman (Eds.), Handbook of Adolescents and Family Therapy (pp. 363-381). New York, NY: Gardner Press.

Landau-Stanton, J. (1986). Competence, impermanence, and transitional mapping: A model for systems consultation. In L.C. Wynne, S. McDaniel, & T. Weber (Eds.), Systems Consultations: A New Perspective for Family Therapy (pp. 253-269). New York: Guilford Press.

Landau-Stanton, J. (1990). Issues and methods of treatment for families in cultural transition. In M.P. Mirkin (Ed.), The Social and Political Context of Family Therapy (pp. 251-275). Needham Heights, MA: Allyn and Bacon.

Landau-Stanton, J., le Roux, P., Horwitz, S., Baldwin, S. and McDaniel, S. (1992). Grandma, come help. In T.S. Nelson & T.S. Trepper (Eds.), 101 Interventions in Family Therapy (pp. 372-379). Binghamton, NY: The Haworth Press.

Seaburn, D., Landau-Stanton, J., and Horwitz, S. (1995). Core Techniques in Family Therapy. In R.H. Mikesell, D-D. Lusterman, and S.H. McDaniel (Eds.) Integrating Family Therapy: Handbook of Family Psychology and Systems Theory (pp. 5-26). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

Stanton, M.D., and Landau, J. (1983). A holistic family perspective. Focus on Family and Chemical Dependency, 6(6), 31, 44.

Stanton, M.D., and Landau-Stanton, J. (1985). The family and substance abuse. In S. Henao & N. Grose (Eds.), Principles of Family Systems in Family Medicine (pp. 195-212). New York: Brunner/Mazel.

Stanton, M.D., & Landau-Stanton, J. (1990). Therapy with families of adolescent substance abusers. In H.B. Milkman & L.I. Sederer (Eds.), Treatment choices for alcoholism and substance abuse (pp. 329-339). New York: Lexington Books.

Translated and reprinted in (1989). Gezinstherapie met drugsverslaafde adolescenten, Tijdschrift voor alcohol, drugs, en andere psychotrope stoffen, 15(5), 191-197 (The Netherlands).

And in (1991). Terapia con familias de adolescentes drogadictos. Sistemas Familiares, 7(2), 61-69 (Argentina).

And in (1993). Psychiatria Hungarica (Hungary).

Suddaby, K., and Landau, J. (1998). Positive and negative timelines: A technique for restorying. Family Process, 37(3), 287-298, 475.

Tuttle, J., Landau, J., Stanton, M.D., King, K., & Frodi, A. (2004). Intergenerational family relations and sexual risk behavior in young women. The American Journal of Maternal Child Nursing, 29(1), 2-7.

Watson, W., Landau, J., and Lamberti, J.S. (2002). “It’s all about the dog:” In D.A. Baptiste (Ed.), Clinical Epiphanies in Marital and Family Therapy: A Practitioners Casebook of Therapeutic Insights, Perceptions, and Breakthroughs (pp. 391-403). Binghamton, NY: Haworth Press.

Weine, S., Ukshini, S., Griffith, J., Agani, F., Pulleyblank-Coffey, E., Ulaj, J., …Weingarten, K. (2005) A family approach to severe mental illness in post-war Kosovo. Psychiatry, 68(1) 17-27.

McDaniel, S. & Landau-Stanton, J. (1991). Family-of-Origin work and family therapy skills training: Both/And. Family Process, 30(4), 459-471.

LINC® Community Resilience Publications

Brewin, C., Scragg, P., Robertson, M., Thompson, M., d’Ardenne, P., & Ehlers, A. (2008). Promoting Mental Health Following the London Bombings: A Screen and Treat Approach. J Trauma Stress. 2008 February; 21(1): 3–8. doi: 10.1002/jts.20310

Landau, J. (2012). Family and community resilience relative to the experience of mass trauma: Connectedness to family and culture of origin as the core components of healing. In D. Becvar (Ed.), Family Resilience (pp. 459 – 480). New York, NY; Springer Publishing Company.

Landau, J. (2010). Communities that care for families: The LINC Model for enhancing individual, family and community resilience. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 80(4), 516-524.

Agani, F., Landau, J., and Agani, N. (2010). Community-Building Before, During, and After Times of Trauma: The Application of the LINC Model of Community Resilience in Kosovo. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 80(1), 143-149.

Landau, J. (2007). Enhancing resilience: Families and communities as agents for change. Family Process, 46(3), 351- 365.

Landau, J. (2004). El modelo LINC: una estrategia colaborativa para la resiliencia comunitaria. Sistemas Familiares, 20(3), 87-102 (Argentina). Available as TheLINC Model: A collaborative strategy for Community Resilience. http://linkinghumansystems.com/docs/LINCModel.pdf http://linkinghumansystems.com/docs/Revista7 Figura1.pdf http://linkinghumansystems.com/docs/Revista7Figura2.pdf

Landau, J., Mittal, M., & Wieling, E. (2008). Linking Human Systems: Strengthening individuals, families, and communities in the wake of mass trauma. Journal of Marriage and Family Therapy, 34(2), 193-209.

Landau, J., and Saul, J. (2004). Facilitating Family and Community Resilience in response to major disaster. In: F. Walsh & M. McGoldrick (Eds.), Living Beyond Loss: Death in the Family (2nd Ed.) (pp. 285-309). New York: W.W. Norton.

Translated and republished in (2004). Facilitando a Resiliência da Família e da Comunidade em resposta a grandes desastres. Pensando Familias, 6(7), 35-66 (Brazil).

And in (2006). Facilitación de la Resiliencia de la Familia y de la Comunidad en respuesta a los desastres graves. In A. Roizblatt, (Ed.), Terapia Familiar y de Pareja (pp. 733-752). Santiago, Chile: Editorial Mediterrénao.

Landau, J., and Weaver, A. M. (2006). The LINC Model of Family and Community Resilience: New approaches to disaster response. Journal of Family & Consumer Sciences, 98(2), 11-14.

Landau-Stanton, J. (1986). Competence, impermanence, and transitional mapping: A model for systems consultation. In L.C. Wynne, S. McDaniel, & T. Weber (Eds.), Systems Consultations: A New Perspective for Family Therapy (pp. 253-269). New York: Guilford Press.

Translated and reprinted in Sistemas Familiares (Argentina), and (1986) South African Marital and Family Therapy Newsletter (South Africa).

Related Figures

Multisystemic Field Map for September 11, 2001 Community Resilience Project published (2004) Landau, J. and Saul, J. Facilitating Family and Community Resilience in Response to Natural Disaster in (Eds.) F. Walsh and M. McGoldrick, Living Beyond Loss, New York: Norton (80 KB)

Transitional Field Map for September 11, 2001 Community Resilience Project published (1993) Landau, J. and Clements, C. in AIDS, Health and Mental Health (53 KB)