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The following is a list of published research from the last ten years of partnership with the University of Wollongong's Illawarra Institute for Mental Health. For more information on this research, please visit the iiMH website here.

The relative importance of abstinence in clients' and clinicians’ perspectives of recovery...
Faith-based Substance Abuse Treatment: Is it just about God?...
Characteristics of Admissions to an Australian Residential Substance Use Treatment Programme...
Client Progress and Assessment in Alcohol and other Drug Therapeutic Community 
Comorbidity in detoxification: symptom interaction and treatment intentions
Client Satisfaction Questionnaire (CSQ-8); 2008 – 2010 Summary
Assessing recovery and functioning in former problem drinkers at different stages of their recovery journeys
Predicting Dropout in the First 3 Months of 12-Step residential Drug and Alcohol Treatment
Faith-based substance abuse programs
Flourishing, Languishing and Moderate Mental Health: Prevalence and Change in Mental Health during Recovery...
Forgiveness and purpose in life as spiritual mechanisms of recovery from substance use disorders
Forgiveness and Purpose in Life as Spiritual Mechanisms of Recovery from Substance use Disorders
Using the Theory of Planned Behavior and Barriers to Treatment to Predict Intention to Enter Further Treatment...
Clinical and Reliable Change in an Australian Residential Substance Use Program Using the Addiction Severity Index
Predicting Residential Substance Abuse Workers’ Use of Routine Outcome Assessment Measures
Predicting Client Attendance at Further Treatment Following Drug and Alcohol Detoxification...
Therapeutic communities and the local community: isolation or integration?
Screening for Mental Disorder Comorbidity in Australian Alcohol and Other Drug Residential Treatment Settings
A randomized controlled trial of a computer-based depression and substance abuse intervention...
Spirituality and the treatment of substance use disorders: an exploration of forgiveness, resentment and purpose...
Do spirituality and religiosity help in the management of cravings in substance abuse treatment?

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