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Masters Thesis | Psychiatry | India | Volume 10 Issue 2, February 2021
Effectiveness of Multicomponent Intervention Programme on Motivation, Anxiety and Risk for Relapse among Clients with Alcohol Dependence Syndrome
Abstract: The present study investigates the Effectiveness of Multicomponent intervention programme on motivation, anxiety and risk for relapse among clients with alcohol dependence syndrome. The research design selected for this study was quasi experimental pre-test post-test control group design and the samples were selected by non-probability purposive sampling technique. The theoretical frame work of the study was based on Betty Neuman’s System model. The tools used were Socio personal data sheet, SOCRATES 8A Scale, Hamilton Anxiety Rating Scale, and AWARE Questionnaire. For the study, the researcher selected thirty clients with Alcohol dependence syndrome from TRADA, Manganam as control group and thirty clients with Alcohol dependence syndrome from ADARRT, Pala as experimental group who met the inclusion criteria. Socio personal data, motivation, anxiety and risk for relapse were analysed using frequency distribution and percentage. Computation of median, IQR and Mann Whitney U value were used to determine the effectiveness of Multicomponent intervention programme. The inter correlation between motivation, anxiety and risk for relapse were analysed using Spearman’s rank correlation coefficient. Association of motivation, anxiety and risk for relapse with selected variables were analysed by using Chi-square test. The data were analyzed using the licensed SPSS21.0 version software. The findings revealed that clients with Alcohol dependence syndrome had very low motivation, very severe anxiety and high risk for relapse. The study also revealed that the multicomponent intervention programme was effective in enhancing motivation to quit alcohol, in reducing anxiety and in preventing the risk for relapse (p<0.01) among clients with alcohol dependence syndrome. The researchers suggest that multicomponent intervention programme can be used regularly for clients with ADS in deaddiction centres and community setting.
Keywords: Key wordsMulticomponent intervention programme, Motivation, Anxiety, Risk for relapse, Alcohol dependence syndrome
Edition: Volume 10 Issue 2, February 2021,
Pages: 427 - 435