A brief cognitive behavioural intervention for regular amphetamine users: a treatment guide

An evaluation of the effectiveness of a four-session cognitive behavioural intervention among a sample of regular amphetamine users.

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ISBN 1-74186-503-4
Online ISBN 1-74186-504-2
Publication approval number 3013

Suggested citation: Baker, A., Kay-Lambkin, F., Lee, N.K., Claire, M. & Jenner, L. (2003). A Brief Cognitive Behavioural Intervention for Regular Amphetamine Users. Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing.

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About this guide

This guide is based on an intervention developed by Baker, A., Kay-Lambkin, F., Lee, N.K. & Claire, M., and was adapted from the sources cited in the 'Sources and Acknowledgements' Section of this guide.

This project was funded by the Illicit Drugs Section, Drug Strategy Branch, Population Health Division, Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing.

This guide was prepared by Linda Jenner and Frances Kay-Lambkin on behalf of the study group.