Stepping through treatment: Reflections on an adaptive treatment strategy among methamphetamine users with depression
Introduction and Aims: Stepped-care has been recommended in the alcohol and other drug field and adopted in a number of service settings, but few research projects have examined this approach. This article aims to describe a pilot trial of stepped-care methods in the treatment of methamphetamine use and depression comorbidity. Design and Methods: An adaptive treatment strategy was developed based on recommendations for stepped-care among methamphetamine users, and incorporating cognitive...[Show more]
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