CBT for Recovery Program.
Our CBT for Recovery program offers on-demand access to digital training and other resources that help patients build and reinforce coping skills. With 24/7 access to evidence-based programs, community members can consistently access supportive, reinforcing messages on their paths to recovery, no matter where they are.
Modules are available for SUD, alcohol, and buprenorphine. Each program features engaging videos and online quizzes, with high scores for patient satisfaction and peer recommendations. The program was developed under rigorous academic protocols and is associated with greater abstinence than TAU (treatment as usual), based on the results of six randomized trials.
The CBT for Recovery program was developed by researchers and clinicians at Yale University led by Kathleen Carroll, PhD, an internationally recognized expert in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). The effectiveness of the program was validated in eight randomized clinical trials (under the name CBT4CBT). Support for the development and evaluation of the program was provided by a series of grants from the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) and the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA).
More information on the research history of CBT4CBT can be found here.