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Contingency management in substance abuse treatment

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Published by Guilford Press in New York, NY .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by Stephen T. Higgins, Kenneth Silverman, Sarah H. Heil ; foreword by Joseph V. Brady.
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Paginationxviii, 380 p. :
Number of Pages380
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Open LibraryOL22769681M
ISBN 109781593855710

Keywords: cognitive behavioral treatment, community supervision, contingency management, probation, substance abuse Contingency Management Overview Contingency Management (CM) is an evidence-based therapeutic intervention wherein specific behaviors are targeted for rewards or punishments to exact behavioral change (Higgins & Petry, ).Cited by:   2. Determining the Need for Substance Use Treatment 3. Introducing Contingency Management and Engaging Families in Treatment 4. ABC Assessment of Drug Use 5. Self-Management Planning and Drug Refusal Skills Training 6. The Point-and-Level Reward System 7. Drug Testing Protocol 8. Synthesizing the Components of Contingency Management : Guilford Publications, Inc.

The American Psychiatric Publishing Textbook of Substance Abuse Treatment, Fifth Edition. Edited by: Marc Galanter, M.D., Herbert D. Kleber, Science in the Treatment of Substance Abuse. Chapter 6. Assessment of the Patient. Contingency Management. Chapter Network Therapy. Chapter Group Therapy. Chapter   The study concluded that contingency management helped boost attendance levels, improve treatment retention and achieve higher compliance with drug tests. A study published in the journal Addiction also analyzed the effectiveness of contingency management in treating clients with an addiction to alcohol, cocaine or tion: Author.

Contingency management interventions are perhaps the most exciting development in drug abuse treatment research in the past 10 years, as this group of treatments has been shown to be consistently effective for many types of substance users and in many applications. This group of interventions provides tangible rewards toFile Size: KB. Community reinforcement approach (CRA) therapy and contingency management (CM) interventions for substance use disorders (SUDs) are based in learning and conditioning theory. Operant conditioning is especially fundamental to these treatment approaches, which is the study of how systematically applied environmental consequences alter the Cited by: 4.


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Contingency Management (CM) Therapy For Addiction Contingency management in substance abuse treatment book. Contingency management uses a system of incentives and disincentives to motivate patients to meet their treatment goals, and has been implemented successfully in community treatment clinics, drug courts, and other settings/5(2).

The concerns surrounding Contingency Management (CM) are many and reflect how poorly understood and rarely utilized this evidence-based treatment model is in practice settings.

Despite being identified as the most efficacious intervention for substance use disorders, a significant gap persists between research and practice, at the client’s by: As a result, upon completion of the book, most psychologists in applied practice would likely feel confident in their ability to utilize contingency management techniques/programs with their own patients.

This volume would be a useful resource for any researcher or practitioner in the area of substance abuse treatment."/5(2). the contingency Managemnt for adolescent substance abuse is an easy to read and follow guide allowing clinicians working with substance issues to learn the skills and access the tools relevant to contingency management/5(7).

The concerns surrounding Contingency Management (CM) are many and reflect how poorly understood and rarely utilized this evidence-based treatment model is in practice settings. Despite being identified as the most efficacious intervention for substance use disorders, a significant gap persists between research and practice, at the client’s expense/5(2).

Contingency management uses a system of incentives and disincentives to motivate patients to meet their treatment goals, and has been implemented successfully in community treatment clinics, drug courts, and other settings.

Featuring illustrative case material. Contingency Management for Substance Abuse Treatment. Contingency Management for Substance Abuse Treatment book. A Guide to Implementing This Evidence-Based Practice.

By Nancy M. Petry. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 17 June Pub. location New by: The primary idea in Petry's book Contingency Management for Substance Abuse Treatment: A Guide to Implementing This Evidence-Based Practice, is with respect to use in substance abuse treatment in a clinical setting, but also has broader application in any type.

The concerns surrounding Contingency Management (CM) are many and reflect how poorly understood and rarely utilized this evidence-based treatment model is in practice settings.

Despite being identified as the most efficacious intervention for substance use disorders, a significant gap persists between research and practice, at the client’s. Research has demonstrated the effectiveness of treatment approaches using contingency management (CM) principles, which involve giving patients tangible rewards to reinforce positive behaviors such as abstinence.

Studies conducted in both methadone programs and psychosocial counseling treatment programs demonstrate that incentive-based interventions are highly effective in increasing treatment.

Contingency management in substance abuse treatment: A structured review of the evidence for its transportability Bryan Hartzler, 1 Steve Lash, 2, 3 and John Roll 4 1 Alcohol and Drug Abuse Institute, University of Washington Seattle, WA Cited by:   As a result, upon completion of the book, most psychologists in applied practice would likely feel confident in their ability to utilize contingency management techniques/programs with their own patients.

This volume would be a useful resource for any researcher or practitioner in the area of substance abuse treatment." PsycCRITIQUESPages: An operant behavioral perspective has been very useful in formulating effective strategies to counter and combat drug-seeking and drug-taking behaviors.

In particular, these behavioral treatment strategies have focused on enhancing the positive consequences of drug abstinence which, in the natural environment, may be remote and uncertain (e.g. Contingency management has exhibited positive clinical outcomes in inpatient and outpatient drug treatment programs that apply basic principles.

Nancy M Petry, Ph.D. outlines these settings and situations in her recent book published by Routledge Press called Contingency Management for Substance Abuse Treatment. INTRODUCTION TO CONTINGENCY MANAGEMENT (CM) Contingency management, also known as Motivational Incentives, “is a scientifically based treatment approach commonly used to enhance motivation among people who abuse substances,” (Haug,et.

al., ). Contingency management emphasizes that “behavior isFile Size: KB. Contingency management is a behavioral strategy commonly used in substance abuse treatment. This strategy focuses on promoting positive behavior change, such as abstinence, by introducing reinforcement when you meet your goals in treatment and withholding reinforcements or introducing a punishment when you participate in an undesired behavior.

Contingency Management in Substance Abuse Treatment eBook: Stephen T. Higgins, Kenneth Silverman, Sarah H. Heil, Joseph V. Brady: : Kindle Store. Contingency Management Incentives for Sobriety Stephen T.

Higgins, Ph.D., and Nancy M. Petry, Ph.D. Contingency management (CM), the systematic reinforcement of desired behaviors and the withholding of reinforcement or punishment of undesired behaviors, is an effective strategy in the treatment of alcohol and other drug (AOD) use Size: KB.

This is a protocol for a Cochrane Review (Intervention). The objectives are as follows: The objective of the review is to assess the efficacy and acceptability of contingency management for substance use disorders in reducing substance use or maintaining abstinence, enhancing treatment retention and compliance, and improving social and health status during and after formal contingency Cited by: 1.

As an informative piece published by Psychiatric Times discusses, Contingency Management (CM) is a therapy approach that aims to help a person decrease drug-related can also be applied to areas outside of drug treatment.

It was first developed in. Contingency management (CM) is effective in enhancing retention in therapy. After an 8-week baseline, four community-based substance abuse treatment clinics were exposed in random order to 16 weeks of standard care with CM followed by 16 weeks of Cited by: Employers use salaries and bonuses to reward good job performance.

In the case of substance abuse treatment, drug abstinence, as well as other behaviors consistent with a drug-free lifestyle, can be reinforced using these principles. Substance abuse treatment, however, is often aversive in by: 4.