Success Rates in Engaging Treatment Resistant Substance Abusers by Concerned Significant Others
The following chart compares studies done to determine the effectiveness of several techniques to engage loved ones in treatment for their addictions.
Study A – Engaging the Unmotivated in Treatment for Alcohol Problems: A Comparison of Three Strategies for Intervention Through Family Members
William R. Miller, Robert J. Myers, J. Scott Tonigan – University of New Mexico
(c) 1999 American Psychological Association, Inc.
Study B – COMMUNITY REINFORCEMENT AND FAMILY TRAINING (CRAFT): Engaging Unmotivated Drug Users in Treatment
Robert J. Meyers, William R. Miller, Dina E. Hill, J. Scott Tonigan – University of New Mexico
(c) 1999 Elsevier Science Inc.
Study C – A Randomized Trial of Two Methods for Engaging Treatment-Refusing Drug Users Through Concerned Significant Others
Robert J. Meyers, William R. Miller, Jane Ellen Smith, J. Scott Tonigan
(c) 2002 Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology
Study D – Engaging resistant adolescents in drug abuse treatment
Holly Barret Waldron, Sheryl Kern-Jones, Charles W. Turner, Thomas R. Peterson, Timothy J. Ozechowski
(c) 2007 Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment
Study E – Community reinforcement training for family and significant others of drug abusers: a unilateral intervention to increase treatment entry of drug users
Kimberly C. Kirby, Douglas B. Marlowe, David S. Festinger, Kerry A. Garvey, Vincent LaMonaca
(c) 1999 Drug and Alcohol Dependence