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(p. 341) Integration of Therapeutic Factors in Treating Substance Use Disorders 

(p. 341) Integration of Therapeutic Factors in Treating Substance Use Disorders
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(p. 341) Integration of Therapeutic Factors in Treating Substance Use Disorders
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10.1093/med:psych/9780195156843.003.0017
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date: 24 October 2020

Chapter 17 explores integration of therapeutic factors in treating substance use disorder. The chapter has three specific objectives: to integrate three types of factors (therapeutic, participant, and relationship) into a comprehensive description of treatment, to integrate common and specific principles of changes into articulated descriptions of treatment, and to identify directions for research to improve the sensitivity and specificity of treatment.

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