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Substance Abuse Treatment
A Family Systems Perspective

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May 1993 | 331 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
This pioneering volume takes a family systems perspective to aid understanding, treating and preventing substance abuse. It explores a myriad of variables and each chapter includes a case study or vignette to highlight relevant individual and family life-cycle issues.

Topics discussed include treating substance abuse across the life span, multicultural approaches and co-dependency. This challenging volume makes a major contribution to the substance abuse and family therapy fields.

Man Keung Ho
Foreword
Edith M Freeman
Substance Abuse Treatment
Continuum of Care in Services to Families  
 
PART ONE: SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT ACROSS THE LIFE SPAN
Ruth G McRoy, Marian A Aguilar and Clayton T Shorkey
A Cross-Cultural Treatment Approach for Families With Young Children
Edith M Freeman
Developing Alternative Family Structures for Runaway, Drug-Addicted Adolescents
Jacob U Gordon
A Culturally Specific Approach to Ethnic Minority Young Adults
Clayton T Shorkey and Willa Rosen
Alcohol Addiction and Codependency
Marsha Read, Elizabeth C Penick and Elizabeth J Nickel
Treatment for Dually Diagnosed Clients
Robert Fahnestock
The Impact of Substance Abuse and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Stephanie Covington
Alcohol Addiction and Sexual Dysfunctioning
Brenda Crawley
Self-Medication and the Elderly
 
PART TWO: RESEARCH AND EVALUATION OF SUBSTANCE ABUSE SERVICES FROM A FAMILY SYSTEMS PERSPECTIVE
Edith M Freeman
Single System Research in Family-Focused Alcohol Treatment
Michael S Cunningham
Evaluating Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Programs
Edith M Freeman
Epilogue
The Family System Recovery Process: What Is Lasting Change?  

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ISBN: 9780803948907
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