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(p. 293) Relationship Factors in Treating Substance Use Disorders 

(p. 293) Relationship Factors in Treating Substance Use Disorders
(p. 293) Relationship Factors in Treating Substance Use Disorders
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date: 03 August 2020

Chapter 15 discusses relationship factors in treating substance use disorders, and surveys the literatures connecting several types of relationship factors and specific domains of substance use disorders. Because of the commonalities in the role of relationship factors in substance use and eating disorders, the chapter also includes studies that have focused on eating disorders. The research surveyed includes studies examining treatments for alcohol, drug abuse, smoking, and eating related problems. The chapter focuses on relationship factors that assess the connection between therapist and client, the connection between family and client, and the connection between peers and client.

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