About Dr. John Kelly of the Recovery Research Institute and Harvard Medical School
Dr. Kelly has consulted to the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) and National Institutes of Health. He has published more than 200 peer-reviewed articles, reviews and chapters in the field of addiction science, and is a monthly contributor to Psychology Today.
The Curtis Carlson Nelson Research Institute, Dr. Kelly and the Recovery Research Institute will explore areas of recovery including:
- The effectiveness of Twelve Step, abstinence-based recovery;
- The impact of a continuum of recovery services including residential, non-residential, sober living, family involvement and peer influence on long-term recovery;
- Critical factors in successful long-term recovery.
Dr. Kelly’s team will work with The Retreat to do episodic surveys of The Retreat guest population to gauge the effectiveness of Twelve Step recovery models.
Research on Twelve Step Models
The team will explore related factors in The Retreat’s continuum of care including sober living, family involvement, and peer and community supportRead More
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