The CAN Stop manualized group program is aimed at young people who have problematic cannabis use. The goal is to motivate participants to reconsider and reduce or permanently stop their use.
The program consists of eight 90-minute sessions and is based on the principles of behavioral therapy and motivational interviewing. The highly structured program involves an average of eight participants between the ages of 14 and 21.
The program is applicable in a wide variety of settings and has been successfully implemented in outpatient youth and addiction services, medical care settings, and juvenile detention centers. The manual is available in two versions, one for
inpatient and one for outpatient groups, and includes an extensive
appendix with working materials.
Target group: For:
• all professional groups working with adolescent patients
with cannabis related disorders, e.g. specialists working
in psychiatry, psychotherapy, or psychosomatic medicine
• social workers
• clinical psychologists
• students and teachers in psychotherapeutic training,
further training, and continuing education
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- Publisher Hogrefe Verlag GmbH & Co. KG
- Publication Date April 2022
- ISBN/Identifier 9783801725945
- Primary Price 39.95 EUR
- Publish StatusPublished
- Original Language TitleCAN Stop
- Edition1. Auflage
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