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Titolo:
Modeling year 1 outcomes with treatment process and post-treatment social influences
Autore:
Simpson, DD; Joe, GW; Greener, JM; Rowan-Szal, GA;
Indirizzi:
Texas Christian Univ, Inst Behav Res, Ft Worth, TX 76129 USA Texas Christian Univ Ft Worth TX USA 76129 av Res, Ft Worth, TX 76129 USA
Titolo Testata:
SUBSTANCE USE & MISUSE
fascicolo: 12-14, volume: 35, anno: 2000,
pagine: 1911 - 1930
SICI:
1082-6084(2000)35:12-14<1911:MY1OWT>2.0.ZU;2-7
Fonte:
ISI
Lingua:
ENG
Soggetto:
DRUG-ABUSE TREATMENT; FOLLOW-UP OUTCOMES; METHADONE TREATMENT; TREATMENT RETENTION; DATOS; REPRESENTATION; INTERVENTION; ENGAGEMENT; PROGRAM; FAMILY;
Keywords:
treatment process model; follow-up outcomes; motivation for treatment; therapeutic relationships; treatment engagement;
Tipo documento:
Article
Natura:
Periodico
Settore Disciplinare:
Social & Behavioral Sciences
Clinical Medicine
Citazioni:
36
Recensione:
Indirizzi per estratti:
Indirizzo: Simpson, DD Texas Christian Univ, Inst Behav Res, TCU Box 298740, Ft Worth, TX 76129 USA Texas Christian Univ TCU Box 298740 Ft Worth TX USA 76129 USA
Citazione:
D.D. Simpson et al., "Modeling year 1 outcomes with treatment process and post-treatment social influences", SUBST USE M, 35(12-14), 2000, pp. 1911-1930

Abstract

Follow-up studies of drug user treatment generally find significant improvements in client functioning, but information about the therapeutic components associated with client behavioral changes over time is limited. An integrative model developed previously to predict treatment retention was expanded and applied to posttreatment outcomes. This study is based on 321 dailyopioid users treated in three methadone treatment clinics. Effects of pretreatment motivation, treatment process measures representing therapeutic relationship, counseling session attendance, and length of treatment are examined in relation to measures of family relations, peer deviancy, return to treatment, drug use, and criminality in the year after treatment. Models were tested in two stages. The first was built on a during-treatment process model for predicting time in treatment to include post-treatment outcomes. The second model was expanded further to include the effects of interveningsocial support variables as predictors of post-treatment drug and criminality outcomes. The results supported both models and emphasize the importance of considering social influences and related community contextual factorsthat affect recovery dynamics.

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