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Addiction Theory: Psychology

Addiction Theory: Psychology

Estimating and explaining early exit from drug treatment Alex Stevens 1, Polly Radcliffe 1, Melony Sanders 2 and Neil Hunt 1,31  EISS, Keynes College, University of Kent, Canterbury, Kent CT2 7NP, UK2  The Institute for Criminal Policy Research, 8...
To Drink (for Health?) or Not to Drink: Question Debated in JAMA The Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) recently detailed a debate among doctors focusing on the question of whether a patient called "Mr. Q" should continue to consume moderate amounts...
What should we be aiming for in the treatment of addiction? PETER G. MILLER 1 & WILLIAM R. MILLER 21 NHMRC Howard Florey Fellow, School of Psychology, Faculty of Health, Medicine, Nursing and Behavioural Sciences Geelong Waterfront Campus, Deakin Universit...
Treating binge eating disorder: A new study looks at dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) By Michael D. Anestis, M.S., Psychotherapy Brown BagI have noted on a number of occasions that I am a believer in empirical data, regardless of whether the numbers support ideas consistent with my bel...
Initial preference for abstience or moderation drinking goal in the treatment of alcohol problems Initial preference for drinking goal in the treatment of alcohol problems: II. Treatment outcomes. Adamson S.J., Heather N., Morton V. et al. Request reprint Alcohol and Alcoholism: 2010, 45(2), p. 13...
Stages of Change for Addictions (Video) John Norcross discusses how to use the stages of change of addictions in therapy with a client struggling with addiction. Watch the full video to see Norcross in an actual therapy session with a clie...