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