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A Cognitive-Behavioral Approach: Treating Cocaine Addiction



Acknowledgments

The development of earlier versions of this manual was supported by several research grants from the National Institute on Drug Abuse. The current manual was written by Dr. Kathleen Carroll of Yale University under Contract Number N-OIDA-4-2205 with the National Institute on Drug Abuse. Dr. Lisa Onken, the NIDA Project Officer, offered valuable guidance and comments throughout the preparation of this manual.

The material presented in this manual is the result of a program of research by Dr. Kathleen Carroll and Dr. Bruce Rounsaville and their colleagues at Yale University. The development of this therapy model for treatment of drug abuse drew extensively from the work of Alan Marlatt and others (Marlatt and Gordon 1985; Chancy et al. 1978; Jaffe et al. 1988; Ito et al. 1984). The structure and sequence of sessions presented in this therapy model was partially developed by work on Project MATCH published by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (Kadden et al. 1992) and the manual developed by Peter Monti and his colleagues (1989). These sources are particularly reflected here in the a skills-training material, and we have acknowledged the original sources in each of those sections.

Yale University Research Team

Coinvestigators:
Bruce Rounsaville, M.D.
Charla Nich, M.S.
Sam Ball, Ph.D.
Lisa Fenton, Psy.D.
Frank Gawin, M.D.
Tom Kosten, M.D.
Elinor McCance-Katz, M.D., Ph.D.
Douglas Ziedonis, M.D.

Project staff:
Meghan Brio, M.S.
Roseann Bisighini, M.S.
Monica Canning-Ball
Joanne Corvino, M.P.H.
Kea Cox
Lynn Gordon, R.N.
Tami Frankforter
jenniffer Owler

Therapists:
Michael Barrios, Ph.D.
Dan Keller, Ph.D.
Andrew Grunebaum, Ph.D.


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