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Counseling Psychology and Psychotherapy

Publisher: Moscow State University of Psychology and Education

ISSN (printed version): 2075-3470

ISSN (online): 2311-9446


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Strategies of cognitive-behavioural therapy in the rehabilitation of polydrug 8546


Melehin A.I.
PhD in Psychology, associate professor, Stolypin humanitarian Institute, Moscow, Russia

Veselkova Yu.V.
Clinical Psychologist, Center of Psychological Rehabilitation and Social Adaptation «KEYS», Moscow, Russia

Over the past few years, cognitive-behavioral therapy, aimed at forecasting and min¬imizing recidivism, was the most effective treatment for substance dependence (opiate addiction, cocainism, kannabizm and polydrug use). This article describes the psychotherapeutic treatment protocols polinarkozavisimosti. Given the short-term integrative principles of cognitive-behavioral therapy, along with motivational thera¬py, psychoeducation and systemic family therapy. Presents the steps of motivational interviewing, functional analysis of problem behavior, social skills training and tech¬niques to overcome the negative stress based on the principle of awareness. Particular attention in this article on the prevention of recurrence in patients with polydrug use.

Keywords: cognitive-behavioral therapy, polydrug use, rehabilitation, addiction, motivational interviewing, coping skills

Column: Workshop and Methods


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