Community reinforcement and family training (CRAFT): engaging unmotivated drug users in treatment.

  title={Community reinforcement and family training (CRAFT): engaging unmotivated drug users in treatment.},
  author={Robert Meyers and William R. Miller and Dina E. Hill and J Scott Tonigan},
  journal={Journal of substance abuse},
  volume={10 3},
Although motivation for drug abuse treatment is a substantial problem, unilateral intervention through concerned significant others (CSOs) represents a promising method for engaging unmotivated individuals. The Community Reinforcement and Family Training (CRAFT) program, based on principles of reinforcement was developed for this specific purpose. In Phase I, CSOs received the CRAFT intervention, whereby they were taught skills for modifying a loved one's drug-using behavior and for enhancing… CONTINUE READING

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