Uncovering and enhancing motivation in a residential substance abuse treatment setting
|Morris, Alexandria V.
|Master's Project (M.Ed.) University of Alaska Fairbanks, 2015
|This project addresses how to enhance motivation in a residential substance abuse setting in order to encourage completion of treatment. This project discusses contingency management, music therapy, family therapy, and motivational interviewing and how they enhance motivation. Contingency management and music therapy were both found to be helpful in increasing motivation in residential settings. Family therapy was also found to increase motivation, but at smaller levels. Motivational interviewing, which is used by many therapists, also enhances motivation in a consumer and is considered an evidenced based practice. The project provides a motivational curriculum for use in a six-week residential treatment program. The curriculum incorporates all four areas found in the literature that can be used to enhance motivation and to uncover motivation and help to engage consumers in treatment.
|Substance abuse treatment facilities
|Uncovering and enhancing motivation in a residential substance abuse treatment setting
|Masters of Education in Counseling