The Effect of Brief Cognitive Behavioral Intervention with Family Participation on Amphetamine Use Among Adolescents with Amphetamine Dependence During Rehabilitation

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Auttapon Yimyanyong
Pennapa Dangdomyouth

Abstract

         The purposes of this quasi-experimental research were to compare amphetamine use in adolescent with amphetamine dependence during rehabilitation before and after receiving brief cognitive behavioral intervention with family participation, and to compare amphetamine use between adolescent with amphetamine dependence who received brief cognitive behavioral intervention with family participation and those who received regular nursing care at Uttaradit Hospital. Forty couples sample were adolescents with amphetamine dependence and their father or mother, 20 couples subjects were randomly assigned to experimental group and control group, who met the inclusion criteria. The research instruments consisted: 1) Brief cognitive behavioral intervention with family participation developed by the researcher, 2) Amphetamine use assessment scale. The instruments were tested for content validity by 5 professional experts. The reliability of the 2nd instruments was reported by Cronbach’s Alpha coefficient of .90.  Data were analyzed using descriptive statistics and t-test


Results were as follow:


  1. Amphetamine use of adolescents with amphetamine dependence who received brief cognitive behavioral intervention with family participation was significantly lower than that before at p.05 level.

  2. Amphetamine use of adolescents with amphetamine dependence during rehabilitation who received brief cognitive behavioral intervention with family participation was significantly lower than those who received the regular nursing care, at p .05 level

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