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Unformatted text preview: that are guided by scientific evidence. The main concern right now in treatment programs is that they are all strikingly similar in content and that is an obstacle that stands in the way of informed eclecticism. From what I have learned, there is no single focused approach to treatment for individuals. All people are different and not all people need the same type of treatment. There needs to be more treatment out there that has shown to be effective in order for an informed eclecticism. In conclusion I feel that this was an interesting topic. I learned about three myths of alcohol treatment; that one approach is better then all the rest, nothing works, and that everything works. I am glad to learn some more about types of models that have been around for awhile, although I do not agree with them all. This was an interesting reading and I look forward to future readings....
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- Spring '08
- Psychology, William Maurice Instructor, Informed Eclecticism, Winter/Spring Semester NSCC