Counseling the adolescent substance abuser: school-based intervention and prevention
This volume provides the information needed to offer both effective counselling services and substance abuse prevention programmes to adolescents. Following an overview of the problem of adolescent drug use, the author describes how school professionals can intervene, addressing the needs of chemically dependent adolescents within the school setting.
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Predicting Adolescent Substance Abuse
The Dually Diagnosed Adolescent
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