Five Years, Twelve Steps, and REBT in the Treatment of Dual Diagnosis
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A five-year NIDA-funded grant is described that compared client-centered 12-step-oriented and REBT/SMART Recovery-oriented intensive outpatient treatment/partial hospitalization programs with severely impaired clients with dual diagnosis (serious mental illness/substance abuse). Results are presented and suggestions made for applying the findings.
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- Five Years, Twelve Steps, and REBT in the Treatment of Dual Diagnosis
Journal of Rational-Emotive and Cognitive-Behavior Therapy
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