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This book was first published in 2006. 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 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.

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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

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