The cannabis youth treatment
(CYT) study: Main findings from two randomized trials.
01-3489, Cannabis Youth Treatment
[CYT] series, voL 4).
Those with a moderate risk for substance abuse received the Cannabis Youth Treatment
Series (CYT Modules 1 and 2).
Nonetheless, there are choices; some public domain (such as the Cannabis Youth Treatment
Series available through the Center for Substance Abuse Treatment) and others proprietary (such as the trademarked Seven Challenges Program, a change readiness approach developed by Robert Schwebel, PhD).
Some adaptations exist, including a five- and 12-session intervention (that is, the Motivational Enhancement Therapy/Cognitive Behavioral Therapy [MET/CBT5, MET/CBT12]) developed in the Cannabis Youth Treatment
study (Dennis, Titus, Diamond, et al.
The last chapter of part one is about cannabis youth treatment
The second PETS-A sample consisted of participants in an outpatient adolescent marijuana treatment experiment, entitled Cannabis Youth Treatment
In the first arm of the multisite, randomized, "all comers" study known as the Cannabis Youth Treatment
Experiment, 600 adolescents were evaluated using three different levels of therapy that included both motivational enhancement and cognitive-behavioral therapy.
The purpose of the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration's Center for Substance Abuse Treatment's (CSAT's) Cannabis Youth Treatment
(CYT) Project Cooperative Agreement was to test the relative effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of a variety of interventions designed to eliminate marijuana use and associated problems in adolescents and to provide validated models of these interventions to the treatment field.
The eleventh chapter is about the cannabis youth treatment
(CYT) study and discusses its treatment models and preliminary findings.
In the Cannabis Youth Treatment
Series (CYT), Volume One (Sampl & Kadden, 2001), two sessions of MI were used, and MI adaptation was used in a study on Motivation-Adaptive Skills-Trauma Resolution (MASTR) therapy (Greenwald, 2002).
This manual, a supplement to "Motivational Enhancement Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Adolescent Cannabis Users: 5 Sessions, Cannabis Youth Treatment
(CYT) Series, Volume 1", presents a seven-session cognitive behavioral treatment (CBT7) approach designed especially for adolescent cannabis users.