Retention is the name of the game and the best way we know how to do so is by activating the reward center of the brain.

-Rick Rawson, PhD, Leading Stimulant Addiction Researcher 


Monetary Incentives

We leverage contingency management - or, monetary incentives - to promote abstinence

Brain Stimulation

We stimulate the brain’s rewards system in the same way that drugs do to provide positive reinforcement for healthy behaviors

Forward-Thinking

We train the executive system in functions like planning, future thinking, and impulse control

Proven Effectiveness

Our approach is backed by dozens of randomized control trials demonstrating effectiveness 


I want to beat this disease. I want to beat it so I can be a mom and start a family.

-Affect Therapeutics Member

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Science Direct

Contingency Management

[1] Hayley Brown, Anthony DeFulio: “Contingency Management effectively reduces methamphetamine use.” from Contingency management for the treatment of methamphetamine use disorder: A systematic review across 27 studies, 2020

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Drug and Alcohol Review

Cognitive and Behavioural Therapies

[2] Richard Rawson: “Treatment with CBT appears to be associated with reductions in methamphetamine use and other positive changes, even over very short periods of treatment (two and four sessions).” from  A systematic review of cognitive and behavioural therapies for methamphetamine dependence, 2009

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