Stephen T. Higgins PhD, Kenneth Silverman PhD, Sarah H. Heil's Contingency Management in Substance Abuse Treatment PDF

By Stephen T. Higgins PhD, Kenneth Silverman PhD, Sarah H. Heil PhD, Joseph V. Brady PhD

ISBN-10: 1593855710

ISBN-13: 9781593855710

ISBN-10: 1606231561

ISBN-13: 9781606231562

Well timed and authoritative, this quantity brings jointly best scientific researchers to explain modern purposes of contingency administration rules throughout a variety of substance use issues and sufferer populations. Contingency administration makes use of a approach of incentives and disincentives to inspire sufferers to fulfill their therapy targets, and has been applied effectively in neighborhood remedy clinics, drug courts, and different settings. that includes illustrative case fabric, the publication provides a cogent empirical reason and functional techniques for focusing on significant medicines of abuse and dealing with particular populations, together with teenagers, pregnant ladies, and dually clinically determined and homeless participants. additionally addressed are the nuts and bolts of constructing and investment contingency administration courses. (20100401)

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Efficacy in Community Clinics In taking on the challenge of moving the use of VBRT into community substance abuse treatment clinics, a creative variation on the original voucher approach was developed that is referred to as the prize-based or fishbowl approach (Petry, Martin, Cooney, & Kranzler, 2000; see Petry & Alessi, Chapter 14, this volume, for more details). The overarching goal of this modification was to produce a lower-cost intervention that retained efficacy. This prize-based VBRT intervention differs from the conventional VBRT procedure in at least three ways.

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