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Therapeutic Community: Advances in Research and Application



NIDA Research Monograph, Number 144 [Printed in 1994]

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Therapeutic Communities and Treatment Research-----1
Frank M. Tims, Nancy Jainchill, and George De Leon

The Therapeutic Community: Toward a General Theory and Model-----16
George De Leon

Socialization Into the Therapeutic Community Culture-----54
Lorand Szalay

Client Outcomes From Therapeutic Communities-----80
Ward S. Condelli and Robert L. Hubbard

Retention in Therapeutic Communities: Challenges for the Nineties-----99
Benjamin F. Lewis and Roy Ross

Predictors of Retention in Therapeutic Communities-----117
Ward S. Condelli

Adolescents in Therapeutic Communities: Retention and Posttreatment Outcome-----128
Kenneth F. Pompi

Therapeutic Communities: Substance Abuse Treatment for Women-----162
Sally J. Stevens and Peggy J. Glider

Therapeutic Communities in Prison-----181
Harry K. Wexler and Craig T. Love

Co-Morbidity and Therapeutic Community Treatment-----209
Nancy Jainchill

HIV and Therapeutic Communities-----232
Jane McCusker and James L. Sorensen

Therapeutic Communities in Corrections and Work Release: Some Clinical and Policy Considerations-----259
James A. Inciardi, Dorothy Lockwood, and Steven S. Martin

Clinical Issues in Therapeutic Communities-----268
Jerome F.X. Carroll

Therapeutic Community Research and Practice: Recommendations-----280
Frank M. Tims, George De Leon, and Nancy Jainchill




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