TEXT: Stimulant Use Disorders - Treatment Improvement
Protocol (TIP) Series 33 by: Richard Rawson, PhD.
advanced course provides recent information about stimulant use disorder,
specifically cocaine, methampehtamine and their delivery forms, crack and ice.
Included are worksheets for use with clients, sample screening tests for
cognitive impairment and a comprehensive glossary of terms. Motivatonal Enhancement Therapy
(MET) was proven greatly more time efficient than other therapies by Project
MATCH research. Course explains MET as a therapy for outpatient, inpatient and
aftercare treatment. Descriptions of Project MATCH assessment techniques and
handouts for clients are also included.
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The text for this course is produced by the U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND
HUMAN SERVICES, Public Health Service, Substance Abuse and Mental Health
Services Administration's Center for Substance Abuse Treatment.