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The purpose of this study is to determine whether motivational enhancement therapy (MET) reduces alcohol use in a population of HCV-infected veterans who are currently drinking alcohol and have alcohol disorders. We hypothesize that veterans with HCV, an alcohol use disorder and continued excessive alcohol use who receive MET will have a greater reduction in the number of standard alcohol drinks per week and a greater percentage of days abstinent than veterans who receive healt...
This study will develop and test a brief telephone-delivered motivational enhancement intervention for substance abusing military personnel who are not currently in treatment. The hypotheses being tested are that this intervention will prompt a willingness to participate voluntarily in a self-appraisal of substance abuse behavior and consequences, self-initiated change or enrollment in a treatment or self-help program, and cessation of abuse of alcohol or other drugs.
The purpose of this study is to determine whether peer visits (known as "12th Step Calls") and professional counselors (using "Motivational Enhancement Therapy") are effective helping alcoholics link to substance abuse treatment programs after being in the hospital for detox.
This study will compare three alternative interventions in the ED to promote substance abuse assessment, referral, and treatment entry: 1) a 5 session strengths-based case management model (SBCM); 2) a 2-session motivational enhancement therapy (MET); or 3) a one-time brief informational feedback (BIF) session. The primary outcome variables for this trial include follow-through on receiving an assessment and referral, treatment engagement, degree of treatment completion, alcoho...
Alcohol use disorders remain a significant public health problem. The pharmacological facilitation of behavioral treatment represents a promising strategy for addressing disordered drinking. Alcohol use disorders are recognized to be associated with various vulnerabilities that complicate the course of treatment and that may be amenable to glutamate modulators. The purpose of this randomized, double-blind, controlled trial is to test various glutamate modulators in conjunction ...
The purpose of this study is to compare Motivational Enhancement Therapy (MET) with standard drug abuse treatment among pregnant women.
The investigators will recruit adolescents with alcohol abuse and clinically significant depression. All participants will receive 12 weeks of an evidence-based treatment for alcohol abuse, Motivation enhancement Therapy/Cognitive Behavior Therapy-12. Those who are still depressed after 4 weeks will be randomized to receive treatment augmentation with either an integrated cognitive behavior therapy for depression, delivered by their study therapist, or depression treatment-as-u...
The purpose of this study is to compare a three-session Spanish version of Motivational Enhancement Therapy (MET) to standard treatment to see how well MET engages and retains Spanish-speaking clients in outpatient substance abuse treatment.
This study will compare cognitive behavioral therapy with a time-limited motivational enhancement therapy to which naltrexone (Revia) or placebo medication is added. In this randomized clinical trial, 160 alcohol-dependent outpatients, after 5 days of abstinence, will receive one of the two psychosocial therapies and either naltrexone (Revia) or placebo for a 12-week treatment period. Abstinence rates, alcohol use, and time to alcohol relapse will be evaluated in all four gr...
The purpose of this study is to determine whether motivational interviewing is effective in reducing alcohol consumption and alcohol problems among young adults who present to an Emergency Room.
The purpose of this study was to compare the effects of two psychosocial treatments that differed in scope and intensity (Broad Spectrum Treatment and Motivational Enhancement Treatment) combined with 3 or 6 months of treatment with naltrexone on alcohol drinking behaviors in alcohol dependent patients.
The purpose of this study is... To assess whether a behavioral treatment that combines motivational enhancement and cognitive skills training therapy (MET-CBT) is more effective than brief advice in: 1) decreasing use of a full range of psychoactive substances (e.g. marijuana, cocaine, methamphetamines, alcohol, nicotine, opioids) in pregnant substance using and dependent women; 2) decreasing HIV risk behavior; 3) improving birth outcomes (longer gestations and greater birth...
This project is designed to compare college drinking interventions on outcomes and cost-effectiveness. We plan to recruit 700 students with residence hall alcohol violations to participate in a randomized study to evaluate 3 brief interventions: in-person brief motivational intervention, Alcohol 101plus (an interactive CD-ROM program), and AlcoholEdu (a Web-based tutorial). Participants will be followed over 12 months to determine changes in alcohol consumption and related prob...
The main aim of this study is to test an intervention to reduce unsafe drinking among HIV-positive primary care patients. The intervention consists of a brief motivational interview, which is combined with daily alcohol monitoring through the use of an interactive voice response system IVR (automated telephone system). Subjects who receive the enhanced motivational interview are expected to show greater improvements in drinking than individuals who receive the standard motivati...
The study will use a two group randomized controlled trial to compare a brief motivational interviewing (MI) intervention to TAU with 50 adolescents psychiatrically hospitalized for a suicide plan or attempt who have co-occurring alcohol use. Data will be collected via in-person interviews and self-administered questionnaires at baseline and 3 month follow-up assessments to explore outcome changes in negative alcohol expectancies, confidence in ability to handle situations wher...
Alcohol abuse among college students is a significant and long-standing public health issue. The transition into college is marked by substantial increases in alcohol abuse and problems, suggesting the importance of interventions that take place prior to and immediately following matriculation. To date, early interventions with this population have yielded modest results with very little evidence identifying either the factors that are responsible for observed effects or specif...
The aime of the study is to determine if atomoxetine treatment combined with motivational enhancement therapy is effective in reducing marijuana use in adult individuals with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder and marijuana dependence.
Hispanic adolescents experience more severe alcohol-related consequences due to their alcohol abuse and yet significantly fewer Hispanic adolescents receive alcohol treatment, particularly among justice-involved youth. Despite the level of research that has been conducted on motivational interviewing (MI) with mainstream samples, no published studies have investigated the efficacy of this brief, individual intervention with Hispanic adolescents. The overarching objective of t...
The pupose of this study is to test the efficacy of individual MI and group CBT for reducing alcohol and marijuana-related harm as well as alcohol and maurjuana use in incarcerated youth.
dTMS intervention to reduce recurrent alcohol abuse among alcohol users who are abstinent for at least two weeks.
This is a two-phase study, consisting of the following plan: Phase I - This is a pre-test of the feasibility and acceptability of the beta version of a computer-delivered intervention, Motivational Enhancement System for Adherence (MESA), as well as the control intervention Motivational Enhancement System for Health (MESH) at three selected AMTUs. Following analysis of the responses in Phase I and further modification of the intervention, Phase II will be initiated. Pha...
The proposed research is a randomized controlled investigation of the efficacy of motivational interviewing (MI) to improve adherence to aromatase inhibitors (AI) in a community sample of patients with poor adherence to AIs.
The purpose of the project is to improve adolescent behavioral counseling services in healthcare settings with a new Internet/Intranet-based Motivational Enhancement Therapy (iMET) intervention that targets the use of tobacco, alcohol, and other drugs.
This study will assess the effectiveness of a combination of buspirone and motivational interviewing therapy in the treatment of marijuana dependence.
The investigators plan to determine the effectiveness of contingency management (CM) plus stepped care for unhealthy alcohol use in HIV-positive patients.