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Treatment services for adolescent substance abusers

Treatment services for adolescent substance abusers

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health Administration in Rockville, Md .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementeditors, Alfred S. Friedman, George M. Beschner.
SeriesTreatment research monograph series, DHHS publication -- no. (ADM) 89-1342
ContributionsFriedman, Alfred S., Beschner, George M., National Institute on Drug Abuse.
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 230 p. ;
Number of Pages230
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14318230M

Chapter 1: Substance Abuse Treatment and Family Therapy Although family work has become a strong and continuing theme of many treatment approaches, many believe that family therapy is not used to its greatest capacity in substance abuse treatment. A. True B. False 2. Substance abuse treatment is different from family therapy in that: Size: KB. The adolescent substance abuse treatment workforce: Status, challenges, and strategies to address their particular needs. Paper prepared for the RWJF and presented at the CSAT/RWJF Adolescent Treatment and Support Summit, Rockville, MD, September 26–27, Cited by: 1.

Epidemiological trends and clinical implications of adolescent substance abuse in Europe / Cecilia A. Essau -- 7. The drug abuse treatment outcomes studies: outcomes with adolescent substance abusers / Christine Grella -- 8. Adolescent treatment services: the context of care / M. Katherine Kraft [and others] -- : In Harm Reduction for High-Risk Adolescent Substance Abusers, Maurice S. Fisher Sr. shares his experience of helping adolescent clients take charge of their life after negative consequences of substance use or abuse, and empowering young men and women to make better choices and minimize risky behaviors, using harm reductive methods. This book provides the research, .

In Harm Reduction for High-Risk Adolescent Substance Abusers, Maurice S. Fisher Sr. shares his experience of helping adolescent clients take charge of their life after negative consequences of substance use or abuse, and empowering young men and women to make better choices and minimize risky behaviors, using harm reductive methods. Epidemiological trends and clinical implications of adolescent substance abuse in Europe Cecilia A. Essau; 7. The Drug Abuse Treatment Outcome Studies: outcomes with adolescent substance abusers Christine Grella; 8. Adolescence treatment services: the context of care M. Katherine Kraft, Kristin Schubert, Anna Pond, and Marilyn Aquirre-Molina; 9.


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Treatment services for adolescent substance abusers Download PDF EPUB FB2

This TIP, Treatment of Adolescents With Substance Use Disorders, updates TIP 4, published inand presents information on substance use disorder treatment for adolescent clients. Adolescents differ from adults both physiologically and emotionally as they make the transition from child to adult and, thus, require treatment adapted to their needs.

Treatment Approaches. Historically, treatment approaches for SUDs were aggressively confrontational, presumably to break down the defense mechanisms that accompany the SUD [].Treatment programs were created for adult alcoholics and drug abusers, and adolescents were “treated” by sending them to correctional institutions or inebriate housing and asylums created.

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The terrible dangers of substance abuse are magnified during adolescence, when disrupting the development of critical physical, mental, emotional, and social skills magnifies the potential for physical and psychosocial harm.

The three primary causes of adolescent mortality -- injury, suicide, and homicide -- are all associated with substance abuse.4/4(1). Treatment providers are urged to consider the unique social and environmental characteristics that may influence drug abuse and treatment for racial/ethnic minority adolescents, such as stigma, discrimination, and sparse community resources.

With the growing number of immigrant children living in the United States, issues of culture of origin, language, and acculturation are. The biopsychosocial model of adolescent substance abuse presented in this book approaches adolescent substance abusers as a heterogeneous group.

Teenagers with drug problems vary in gender, psychological make-up, family background, peer affiliation, ethnicity, and socioeconomic status among other factors. Adolescent Substance Abusers Outpatient Treatment Services Northeast Treatment Centers Wilmington, Delaware.

Mary Nakashian Vice President and Director of Program Demonstration National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at. Research evidence supports the effectiveness of various substance abuse treatment approaches for adolescents.

Examples of specific evidence-based approaches are described below, including behavioral and family-based interventions as well as medications. Each approach is designed to address specific aspects of adolescent drug use and its consequences for the individual.

A practical, easy-to-follow guide to diagnosing and treating teenage adolescent substance abusers. Packed with ideas, suggestions, and strategies, Ross details eight fundamental elements that make a treatment program successful.5/5(2).

Cambridge Core - Pediatrics and Child Health - Adolescent Substance Abuse - edited by Howard A. Liddle. Data from two national studies of treatment spanning two decades—Treatment Outcome Prospective Study (TOPS), toand Drug Abuse Treatment Outcome Studies for Adolescents (DATOS-A.

Adolescent Substance Abuse Treatment: A Synthesis of Controlled Evaluations Article (PDF Available) in Research on Social Work Practice 14(5) September with Reads.

MULTIFACETED SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT GOALS. Addiction is a complicated form of chronic disease. Even after successful treatment and intervention, the risk of relapse into substance abuse and dependence remains high.

Treatment programs are shown to be most effective when the treatment goals are tailored to an individual’s personal. Along with investigators at the Addiction Centre, he has established a program of clinical research in the field of adult and adolescent substance abuse with particular focus on the interaction of psychiatric disorders and substance abuse, the continuing medical education of health professionals, treatment outcome and aspects of gambling problems.

Maurice Fisher is an expert in the treatment of substance abuse among high-risk adolescents. In his book, Harm Reduction for High-Risk Adolescent Substance Abusers, Fisher provides a well-researched timeline of the past, present, and future treatments as well as the difficulties addresses some barriers to treatment, including the teenagers’ need to Author: Hannah A.

Kimbrough. Adolescent programs usually offer educational programming for their residents, often in response to state mandates.

This provision of educational services, along with treatment services, may crowd therapeutic recreation from the schedule of. Severe substance abuse and chemical dependence in adolescence may be a chronic relapsing disorder.

Parents should ask what treatment services are available for continued or future treatment. If questions or doubts persist about either admission to a substance abuse treatment program or about a denial of treatment, a second opinion may be helpful.

Center for Substance Abuse Treatment (CSAT), U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (grant number 6 J79 T). Reproduction of the text is encouraged; however, copies may not be sold. The Adolescent Substance Abuse Treatment ProjectFile Size: KB.

Severe substance use problems in adolescence may be a chronic and relapsing disorder. Parents should ask what treatment services are available for continued or future treatment. If questions or doubts persist about either admission to a substance use treatment program or about a denial of treatment, a second opinion may be helpful.

The fifth part of this book is about culturally-based interventions for adolescent substance abusers and has two chapters. The first chapter is about family centered treatment for American Indian adolescent substance abuse. The American Indian communities are described along with family-centered intervention and results from evaluation.

Willpower’s Not Enough: Recovering From Addictions of Every Kind This book presents a framework for understanding all types of addictions (e.g., cocaine, alcohol, gambling, compulsive sex, etc.) and describes both self-help and professional treatment strategies for .This brochure is for family members of people living with substance use disorders.

It answers questions about substance use disorders, their symptoms, different types of treatment, and recovery. The brochure also addresses concerns of children of parents living with substance use disorders. Download Publication.Innovations in Adolescent Substance Abuse Interventions focuses on developmentally appropriate approaches to the assessment, prevention, or treatment of substance use problems among adolescents.

the assertive aftercare protocol for adolescent substance abusers; and twelve-step-based interventions for adolescents. Innovations in.