Does Motivational Interviewing Stages of Change Increase Treatment Retention among Persons Who Are Alcohol and Other Drug Dependent and HIV Infected?

@article{PattersonSilverWolfAdelvunegvWaya2010DoesMI,
  title={Does Motivational Interviewing Stages of Change Increase Treatment Retention among Persons Who Are Alcohol and Other Drug Dependent and HIV Infected?},
  author={David A. Patterson, Silver Wolf (Adelv unegv Waya) and Stephan L. Buckingham},
  journal={Journal of HIV/AIDS \& Social Services},
  year={2010},
  volume={9},
  pages={45 - 57}
}
Motivational interviewing (MI) and stages of change are clinical and theoretical techniques receiving considerable attention in the alcohol and other drug treatment arena. An attempt was made to evaluate whether the theoretical perspectives behind MI and the transtheoretical stages of change model would increase treatment retention and completion with persons who are both alcohol and other drug dependent and HIV infected. A post-test design was used to test the potential of MI to increase the… Expand
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