Relapse Prevention

Larimer, Mary E.; Palmer, Rebekka S.
June 1999
Alcohol Research & Health;1999, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p151
Academic Journal
Looks at relapse-prevention (RP) as an important component of alcoholism treatment. Information on the RP model proposed by Marlatt and Gordon; Specific and global intervention strategies incorporated by the RP model; Studies that have provided theoretical and practical support for the RP model.


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