I have been retired for more than 10 years but I
still get e-mails about C-I-SAID and the A.A.P.PQ.
C-I-Said is a legacy product and may not work on
modern operating systems. It is freeware and no longer supported. The programme files are here.
To activate the programme use this licence number
A.A.P.P.Q - Alcohol and Alcohol Problems Pereception
A.A.P.P.Q. and associated questionairres seem to be
still in use. They are also circulating widely in the public domain. I do have a
digital copy of the original questionairre but the layout dates from 1977. You
can find the items in the Key Concepts paper described below. If you want the
section measuring clinical knowledge you must download the original version.
I also have hard copies of the original
articles. These are becoming increasingly difficult to obtain as libraries are
disposing of old journals and the journal publishers want extorionate sums to
view articles which are over 30 years old, even from the authors!
Increasingly, I am told, authours are referencing
Responding to Drinking Problems as the reference for the A.A.P.P.Q - THERE IS NO
REFERENCE TO THE A.A.P.P.Q IN THIS BOOK.
In due time I will make digital copies of the
Cartwright, A. (1979) The Effect of Role Insecurity on the Therapeutic
Commitment of Alcoholism Counsellors . Ph.D. Thesis. Institute of
Psychiatry, London. Only chapter 6 which describes the development of the AAPPQ
will be available. The general theory which led to the development of the
A.A.P.P.Q was described in Shaw,
S., Cartwright, A., Spratley, T. & Harwin, J. (1978) Responding to Drinking
Problems (London, Croom Helm).
Cartwright, A. (1981) Are Different Therapeutic Perspectives Important in the
Treatment of Alcoholism, British Journal of Addiction 76, pp. 347-361.
This was the original paper.
Cartwright, A. & Gorman, D. (1993) Processes Involved In Changing The Attitudes
Of Clinicians Toward Working With Drinking Clients, Psychotherapy Research,
3(2), pp. 95-104. This paper question the validity of the shortend
The following paper is available. Click on the link to download.
Key Concepts in the Training of Alcohol Psychotherapists.pdf
This is an unpublished book chapter which reviews the work on the relationship
between role security and therapeutic commitment. The AAPPQ was originally
developed to test these theories. The chapter was written at the time of my
retirement from clinical and teaching practice. The others will eventually
be posted. The appendix to this paper contains copies of the individual
AAPPQ, and two other questionairres developed more recently.
If anyone wants a copy of these before I have made
them available contact me and I will give the work higher priority.
Alan Cartwright PhD., LRPS.