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Co-Occurring Schizophrenia and Substance Dependence/Abuse

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Schizophrenia
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Substance Abuse
Assessment of Co-occurring Disorders
Motivational Interviewing
Applying MI: Express Empathy
Applying MI: Develop Discrepancy
Applying MI: Avoid Argument
Applying MI: Roll With Resistance
Applying MI: Support Self-Efficacy
Evidence Based for Motivational Interviewing
Future Research and Barriers to Service
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Bender, K.J. (2003, May).  Integrated care for co-occurring disorders to become SAMHSA priority.  Psychiatric Times, 5, 65.

 

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