MOTIVATIONAL INTERVENTION: AN INDIVIDUAL COUNSELLING VS A GROUP TREATMENT APPROACH FOR ALCOHOL-DEPENDENT IN-PATIENTS

John U, Veltrup C, Driessen M, Wetterling T, Dilling H (2003)
Alcohol and Alcoholism 38(3): 263-269.

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John, U.; Veltrup, C. ; Driessen, MartinUniBi ; Wetterling, T. ; Dilling, H.
Abstract / Bemerkung
Aims: The present study aimed to evaluate whether individual counselling for alcohol-dependent patients in three sessions is as effective as a 2-week group treatment programme as part of an in-patient stay in a psychiatric hospital which was to foster motivation to seek further help and to strengthen the motivation to stay sober. Of particular importance was the external validity of the results, i.e. a ‘normal’ intake load of in-patients in detoxification and a wide variety of motivation to stop drinking were to be investigated. Methods: Subjects eligible for the study were all patients with alcohol problems admitted to a psychiatric hospital, but without psychosis, as the main diagnosis, and with a maximum of 10 detoxification treatments in the past. A randomized-controlled trial was conducted with 161 alcohol-dependent in-patients who received three individual counselling sessions on their ward in addition to detoxification treatment and 161 in-patients who received 2 weeks of in-patient treatment and four out-patient group sessions in addition to detoxification. Both interventions followed the principles and strategies of motivational interviewing. Results: Six months after intervention, group-treatment patients showed a higher rate of participation in self-help groups; however, this difference had disappeared 12 months after treatment. The abstinence rate among the former patients did not differ between the two intervention groups. Conclusion: Group treatment may lead to a higher rate of participation in self-help groups, but does not increase the abstinence rate 6 months after treatment.
Erscheinungsjahr
2003
Zeitschriftentitel
Alcohol and Alcoholism
Band
38
Ausgabe
3
Seite(n)
263-269
eISSN
14643502
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2963415

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John U, Veltrup C, Driessen M, Wetterling T, Dilling H. MOTIVATIONAL INTERVENTION: AN INDIVIDUAL COUNSELLING VS A GROUP TREATMENT APPROACH FOR ALCOHOL-DEPENDENT IN-PATIENTS. Alcohol and Alcoholism. 2003;38(3):263-269.
John, U., Veltrup, C., Driessen, M., Wetterling, T., & Dilling, H. (2003). MOTIVATIONAL INTERVENTION: AN INDIVIDUAL COUNSELLING VS A GROUP TREATMENT APPROACH FOR ALCOHOL-DEPENDENT IN-PATIENTS. Alcohol and Alcoholism, 38(3), 263-269. https://doi.org/10.1093/alcalc/agg063
John, U., Veltrup, C., Driessen, M., Wetterling, T., and Dilling, H. (2003). MOTIVATIONAL INTERVENTION: AN INDIVIDUAL COUNSELLING VS A GROUP TREATMENT APPROACH FOR ALCOHOL-DEPENDENT IN-PATIENTS. Alcohol and Alcoholism 38, 263-269.
John, U., et al., 2003. MOTIVATIONAL INTERVENTION: AN INDIVIDUAL COUNSELLING VS A GROUP TREATMENT APPROACH FOR ALCOHOL-DEPENDENT IN-PATIENTS. Alcohol and Alcoholism, 38(3), p 263-269.
U. John, et al., “MOTIVATIONAL INTERVENTION: AN INDIVIDUAL COUNSELLING VS A GROUP TREATMENT APPROACH FOR ALCOHOL-DEPENDENT IN-PATIENTS”, Alcohol and Alcoholism, vol. 38, 2003, pp. 263-269.
John, U., Veltrup, C., Driessen, M., Wetterling, T., Dilling, H.: MOTIVATIONAL INTERVENTION: AN INDIVIDUAL COUNSELLING VS A GROUP TREATMENT APPROACH FOR ALCOHOL-DEPENDENT IN-PATIENTS. Alcohol and Alcoholism. 38, 263-269 (2003).
John, U., Veltrup, C., Driessen, Martin, Wetterling, T., and Dilling, H. “MOTIVATIONAL INTERVENTION: AN INDIVIDUAL COUNSELLING VS A GROUP TREATMENT APPROACH FOR ALCOHOL-DEPENDENT IN-PATIENTS”. Alcohol and Alcoholism 38.3 (2003): 263-269.

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