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Journal articles on Double Trouble in Recovery

Magura, S. Effectiveness of dual focus mutual aid for co-occurring substance use and mental health disorders: a review and synthesis of the "Double Trouble" in Recovery evaluation. Subst Use Misuse. 2008;43(12-13):1904-26.

Magura, S., Rosenblum, A., Villano, C. L., Vogel, H. S., Fong, C., & Betzler, T. Dual-focus mutual aid for co-occurring disorders: A quasi-experimental outcome evaluation study. Am J Drug Alcohol Abuse, 2008;34(1), 61-74.

Vogel HS, Knight E, Laudet AB, Magura S. (1998)Double Trouble in Recovery: Self-Help for People With Dual Diagnoses. Psychiatr Rehabil J, 1998 Mar;21(4):356-364.

Laudet AB, Magura S, Vogel HS, Knight EL. Participation in 12-Step-Based Fellowships Among Dually-Diagnosed Persons. Alcohol Treat Q. 2003;21(3):19-39.

Magura S, Cleland C, Vogel HS, Knight EL, Laudet AB. Effects of "dual focus" mutual aid on self-efficacy for recovery and quality of life. Adm Policy Ment Health. 2007 Jan;34(1):1-12.

Laudet AB, Cleland CM, Magura S, Vogel HS, Knight EL. Social support mediates the effects of dual-focus mutual aid groups on abstinence from substance use. Am J Community Psychol. 2004 Dec;34(3-4):175-85.

Laudet AB, Magura S, Cleland CM, Vogel HS, Knight EL, Rosenblum A. The effect of 12-step based fellowship participation on abstinence among dually diagnosed persons: a two-year longitudinal study. J Psychoactive Drugs. 2004 Jun;36(2):207-16.

Laudet AB, Magura S, Vogel HS, Knight EL. Perceived reasons for substance misuse among persons with a psychiatric disorder. Am J Orthopsychiatry. 2004 Jul;74(3):365-75.

Laudet AB, Magura S, Cleland CM, Vogel HS, Knight EL. Predictors of retention in dual-focus self-help groups. Community Ment Health J. 2003 Aug;39(4):281-97.

Magura S, Knight EL, Vogel HS, Mahmood D, Laudet AB, Rosenblum A. Mediators of effectiveness in dual-focus self-help groups. Am J Drug Alcohol Abuse. 2003 May;29(2):301-22.

Magura S, Laudet AB, Mahmood D, Rosenblum A, Vogel HS, Knight EL. Role of self-help processes in achieving abstinence among dually diagnosed persons. Addict Behav. 2003 Apr;28(3):399-413.

Laudet AB, Magura S, Vogel HS, Knight EL. Interest in and obstacles to pursuing work among unemployed dually diagnosed individuals. Subst Use Misuse. 2002 Jan;37(2):145-70.

Laudet AB, Magura S, Vogel HS, Knight E. Support, mutual aid and recovery from dual diagnosis. Community Ment Health J. 2000 Oct;36(5):457-76.

Laudet AB, Magura S, Vogel HS, Knight E. Recovery challenges among dually diagnosed individuals. J Subst Abuse Treat. 2000 Jun;18(4):321-9.

 
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In a 6-month followup study, researchers found that study participants exposed to DTR group meetings:

  • Reported fewer days of drug or alcohol use during the past 90 days than study participants not exposed to DTR group meetings
  • Had better psychiatric medication adherence than study participants not exposed to DTR group meetings
  • Attended traditional Twelve Step groups more frequently than study participants not exposed to DTR group meetings

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