In non-SPMI populations, integrated treatment models have also been developed for other patient subpopulations with psychiatric disorders and SUDs such as bipolar disorder (Weiss et al., 2000), personality disorders (Ball, 1998; Linehan et al., 2002), and anxiety disorders such as PTSD (Brady, Dansky, Back, Foa, & Carroll, 2001; Najavits, Weiss, Shaw, & Muenz, 1998), obsessive-compulsive disorder (Fals-Stewart &Schafer, 1992), and social phobia (Randall, Thomas, & Thevos, 2001). With the exception of social phobia, for which integrated CBT for social phobia and alcohol use disorders has yielded worse anxiety and drinking outcomes compared to group CBT geared toward alcohol relapse prevention alone (Randall et al., 2001), preliminary evidence suggests that these new treatments are generating some positive results.
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