Interpersonal styles, peer relationships, and outcomes in residential substance use treatment.

Abstract

Interpersonal relationships play a key role in recovery from substance use disorders (SUDs). We examined the associations between problematic interpersonal styles, peer relationships, and treatment outcomes in a sample of U.S. military veterans in residential SUD treatment. Participants were 189 veterans enrolled in a residential SUD treatment program at a… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.jsat.2017.07.010

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@article{Harrison2017InterpersonalSP, title={Interpersonal styles, peer relationships, and outcomes in residential substance use treatment.}, author={Anna J Harrison and Christine Timko and Daniel M. Blonigen}, journal={Journal of substance abuse treatment}, year={2017}, volume={81}, pages={17-24} }