Titel: Adolescent Substance Abuse: Research and Clinical Advances
Herausgegeben von Howard A. Liddle, Cynthia L. Rowe
CAMBRIDGE UNIV PR
März 2006 - gebunden - 528 Seiten
Adolescent drug abuse is one of the most challenging disorders to treat. It impacts on schools, community-based programs, mental health and medical facilities, and juvenile justice settings. This book provides practitioners, program developers and policy makers with the most up-to-date and practical information for improving outcomes in adolescent substance abuse. The authors cover a range of issues, including empirically-based treatment development protocols; how to incorporate innovative treatment models into diverse clinical settings; research advances; interventions with special populations; culturally based intervention guidelines, and recommendations for practice and policy.
List of contributors; Foreword Tom McLellan and Henk Rigter; Acknowledgements; List of abbreviations; 1. Treating adolescent substance abuse: state of the science Cynthia L. Rowe and Howard A. Liddle; Part I. Theoretical, Empirical, and Methodological Foundations for Research in Adolescent Substance Abuse Treatment: 2. The developmental context for adolescent substance abuse intervention Judith S. Brook, David W. Brook, and Kerstin Pahl; 3. Recent methodological and statistical advances: a latent variable growth modeling framework Terry E. Duncan, Susan C. Duncan, Lisa A. Strycker, Hayrettin Okut, and Hollie Hix-Small; 4. Clinical course of youth following treatment for alcohol and drug problems Sandra A. Brown and Danielle E. Ramo; 5. Cannabis youth treatment intervention: preliminary findings and implications Janet C. Titus and Michael L. Dennis; Part II. Practice and Policy Trends in Treatment for Adolescent Substance Abuse: 6. 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. The principles of service organization and practice in England Paul McArdle and Eilish Gilvarry; 10. Health services with drug-abusing adolescents: the next frontier of research Jerry P. Flanzer; Part III. Comprehensive Assessment and Integrative Treatment Planning with Adolescent Substance Abusers: 11. Clinical perspectives on the assessment of adolescent drug abuse Kenneth C. Winters; 12. Psychopharmacology of adolescents with substance use disorders: using diagnostic-specific treatments Oscar G. Bukstein and Jack Cornelius; 13. Developmentally informed diagnostic and treatment considerations in comorbid conditions Elizabeth A. Whitmore and Paula D. Riggs; 14. Prevention of infection with human immunodeficiency virus in adolescent substance abusers Robert M. Malow, Rhonda Rosenberg and Jessy Devieux; Part IV. Empirically Based Interventions for Adolescent Substance Abuse: Research and Practical Implications: 15. Adolescent therapeutic communities: future directions for practice and research Nancy Jainchill; 16. School-based group treatment for adolescent substance abuse Eric F. Wagner and Mark J. Macgowan; 17. Profiles of change in behavioral and family interventions for adolescent substance abuse and dependence Holly Berrett Waldron, Charles W. Turner, and Timothy J. Ozechowski; 18. Behavioral management approaches for adolescent substance abuse John M. Roll and Donnie Watson; 19. Evidence-based cognitive-behavioral therapies for adolescent substance use disorders: applications and challenges Yifrah Kaminer and Holly Berrett Waldron; Part V. Culturally Based Treatment Development for Adolescent Substance Abusers: 20. Family-centered treatment for American Indian adolescent substance abuse: toward a culturally and historically informed strategy Allison J. Boyd-Ball and Thomas J. Dishion; 21. Using treatment development methods to enhance the family-based treatment of Hispanic adolescents Daniel A. Santisteban, Maite P. Mena, and Lourdes Suarez-Morales; Part VI. Building the Future: 22. The road ahead: achievements and challenges for research into the treatment of adolescent substance abuse Howard A. Liddle and Arlene Frank; Index.
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"Adolescent Substance Abuse: Research and Clinical Advances is a noble undertaking that brings together an impressive array of research on a range of topics, including the theory behind interventions, research innovations, and funding trends; assessment and treatment with special populations; and practice and policy guidelines." Rayna Vaught Godfrey, Contemporary Psychology: APA Review of Books