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Cognitive-behavioural integrated treatment (c-bit): a treatment manual for substance misuse in people with severe mental health problems

Author(s): 
Hermine L. Graham, with Alex Copello, Max J. Birchwood, Kim T. Mueser, Jim Orford, Dermot McGovern, Emma Atkinson, Jenny Maslin, Mike Preece, Derek Tobin and George Georgiou
Reviewer: 
Alan Marlatt

I highly recommend this excellent therapy manual that provides an overview of a cognitive-behavioural integrated treatment (C-BIT) program for clients with cooccurring substance misuse and severe mental health problems. Designed originally for use in settings that provide assertive outreach, the C-BIT approach can be used for a wide variety of dual diagnosis treatment approaches. Based on a harm-reduction philosophy, the manual provides a wealth of assessment and intervention options in the context of a structured CBT program that is administered Typically over a 6-month period.

Community-led Innovation in Addressing the Problems Caused by Crack Cocaine in London

The report contains examples of projects and
initiatives that highlight innovative community-led responses to the problems caused by crack cocaine.

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