The predictive relationship of religiosity to readiness to change in addiction recovery Public Deposited

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  • The prevalence of addiction in society has called researchers, educators, policy makers, and clinicians to examine and research causes and treatment approaches to address the manifold problems addictions present individuals and society alike. There are many theoretical approaches to understanding addiction and the behavior change processes that lead from addiction to recovery. Religiosity and spirituality have been identified as important factors in addiction, though the exact nature of the relationship is yet to be determined. This dissertation explores the relationship between religiosity and the known treatment outcome mediator. The purpose of this dissertation is to inform theory, training, and practice in the area of addictions counseling. This exploratory study investigated the relationship of religiosity to readiness to change in addictive behaviors. The database from Project MATCH was used which included participant scores from the aftercare arm of the clinical trial. A total of 772 scores were used from responses to the RBB and URICA. Stepwise multiple regression revealed that there were no significant differences detected across variables regarding the relationship of religiosity to readiness to change.
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