End-of-treatment outcomes in cognitive-behavioral treatment and 12-step substance use treatment programs: do they differ and do they predict 1-year outcomes?

@article{Johnson2006EndoftreatmentOI,
  title={End-of-treatment outcomes in cognitive-behavioral treatment and 12-step substance use treatment programs: do they differ and do they predict 1-year outcomes?},
  author={Jennifer E Johnson and John W. Finney and Rudolf H. Moos},
  journal={Journal of substance abuse treatment},
  year={2006},
  volume={31 1},
  pages={41-50}
}
This study examined changes in treatment-related proximal outcomes from intake to follow-up, associations between continuing care and maintenance of proximal outcome gains, correlations between specific proximal outcomes and substance use outcomes, and potential mediators of treatment effects for 12-step versus cognitive-behavioral (CB) substance use disorder (SUD) treatment. The participants were 1,873 male veterans seeking SUD treatment at five CB-oriented and five 12-step-oriented VA… CONTINUE READING

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