By Howard A. Liddle, Cynthia L. Rowe
Adolescent drug abuse is without doubt one of the such a lot difficult problems to regard. It affects on faculties, community-based courses, psychological healthiness and scientific amenities, and juvenile justice settings. This e-book presents practitioners, application builders and coverage makers with the main up to date and sensible info for making improvements to results in adolescent substance abuse. The authors conceal various matters, together with empirically-based remedy improvement protocols; study advances; interventions with distinctive populations; culturally dependent intervention guidance, and proposals for perform and coverage.
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