Efetividade de uma intervenção Breve baseada na Entrevista Motivacional com Adolescentes Colombianos

  • Maria Fernanda Reyes-Rodríguez Corporación Nuevos Rumbos
  • Juliana Mejía-Trujillo Corporación Nuevos Rumbos
  • Augusto Pérez-Gómez Corporación Nuevos Rumbos
  • Francisco Cardozo Corporación Nuevos Rumbos
  • Catalina Pinto Corporación Nuevos Rumbos

Resumo

A ciência preventiva tem identificado estratégias baseadas em evidências voltadas à redução do uso de álcool e outras drogas entre adolescentes, tais como as Intervenções Breves (BI) e a Entrevista Motivacional (MI). No entanto, existe pouca evidência quanto à efetividade dessas práticas na Colômbia. Este estudo buscou analisar a eficácia do programa preventivo
Intervenção Breve Baseada na Entrevista Motivacional (BIMI) em reduzir o uso de álcool em adolescentes. O programa foi conduzido junto a 3159 estudantes secundários por meio de um delineamento intra-sujeitos. Os resultados demonstraram que a BIMI constitui uma estratégia preventiva que diminui a frequência e a quantidade de uso de álcool. O estudo examina como o tempo transcorrido entre as sessões influencia os resultados. Implicações para a prevenção e métodos de avaliação são discutidos.

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Biografia do Autor

Maria Fernanda Reyes-Rodríguez, Corporación Nuevos Rumbos

Psychologist, MSc.

Quantitative Research Coordinator

Corporación Nuevos Rumbos

Juliana Mejía-Trujillo, Corporación Nuevos Rumbos

Social Worker

National Coordinartior of Community Activities

Coporación Nuevos Rumbos

Augusto Pérez-Gómez, Corporación Nuevos Rumbos

Psychologist, PhD.

Director

Corporación Nuevos Rumbos

Francisco Cardozo, Corporación Nuevos Rumbos

Psychologist

Corporación Nuevos Rumbos

Catalina Pinto, Corporación Nuevos Rumbos

Psychologist

Corporación Nuevos Rumbos

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2017-08-29
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Reyes-Rodríguez, M., Mejía-Trujillo, J., Pérez-Gómez, A., Cardozo, F., & Pinto, C. (2017). Efetividade de uma intervenção Breve baseada na Entrevista Motivacional com Adolescentes Colombianos. Psicologia: Teoria E Pesquisa, 33(1). Recuperado de http://periodicos.unb.br/index.php/revistaptp/article/view/19489
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