• Covers the development and implementation of empirically based treatment protocols • Provides the most up-to-date methods for improving outcomes in adolescent substance abuse • Covers interventions with special populations, culturally based interventions and evidence-based practice and policy recommendations
Foreword Thomas McLellan; Introduction Cynthia L Rowe and Howard Liddle; Part I. Theoretical, Empirical, and Methodological Foundations for Adolescent Substance Abuse Treatment Research: 1. The developmental context for adolescent substance abuse intervention Judith Brook, David Brook and Kerstin Pahl; 2. Recent methodological and statistical advances in substance abuse treatment research Terry Duncan, Susan Duncan, Lisa Strycker, Hayrettin Okut and Hollie Hix-Small; 3. Clinical course of youth following treatment for alcohol and drug problems Sandra Brown and Danielle Ramo; 4. Cannabis youth treatment: preliminary findings and implications Janet Titus and Michael Dennis; Part II. Practice and Policy Trends in Adolescent Substance Abuse Treatment: 5. Epidemiological trends and clinical implications of adolescent substance abuse in Europe Cecilia Essau; 6. The drug abuse treatment outcomes studies: outcomes with adolescent substance abusers Christine Grella; 7. Adolescent treatment services: the context of care M. Katherine Kraft, Kristin Schubert, Anna Nanines Pond and Marilyn Aquirre-Molina; 8. The principles of service organisation and practice in England Paul McArdle and Eilish Gilvarry; 9. Health services with drug abusing adolescents: the next frontier of research Jerry Flanzer; Part III. Comprehensive Assessment and Integrative Treatment Planning with Adolescent Substance Abusers: 10. Assessing adolescent drug abuse: clinical strategies Ken Winters; 11. Psychopharmacology of adolescents with substance use disorders: using diagnostic specific treatments Oscar Bukstein and Jack Cornelius; 12. Adolescent substance use disorders and comorbid conditions: developmentally informed diagnostic and treatment considerations Elizabeth Whitmore and Paula Riggs; 13. HIV/AIDS and adolescent substance abuse Robert Malow, Rhonda Rosenberg and Jessie Devieux; Part IV. Empirically Based Interventions for Adolescent Substance Abuse: Research and Practice Implications: 14. Adolescent therapeutic communities: future directions for practice and research Nancy Jainchill; 15. School-based group treatment for adolescent substance use problems Eric Wagner and Mark Macgowan; 16. Profiles of change in behavioral and family interventions for adolescent substance abuse and dependence Holly Waldron, Charles Turner and Timothy Ozechowski; 17. Behavioral management approaches for adolescent substance abuse John Roll and Donnie Watson; 18. Evidence-based cognitive-behavioral therapies for adolescent substance use disorders: review applications and challenges Yifrah Kaminer and Holly Waldron; Part V. Culturally Based Treatment Development for Adolescent Substance Abusers: 19. Family-centered treatment for American Indian adolescent substance abuse: toward a culturally and historically informed strategy Allison Boyd-Ball and Thomas Dishion; 20. Using treatment development methods to enhance the family-based treatment of Hispanic adolescents Daniel Santisteban, Maite Mena and Lourdes Suarez-Morales; 21. The road ahead: building on accomplishments and facing challenges to advance the science and practice of adolescent substance abuse treatment Howard Liddle and Arlene Frank.