Family of the Drug Abuser-Treatment Aspects

Use For
  • counseling of family members
  • familiy support groups
  • family interventions

The above terms should instead be replaced for the preferred term above "Family of the Drug Abuser-Treatment Aspects".

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Title: 101 support group activities for teenagers affected by someone else's alcohol/drug use: a leader's manual for secondary educators and other professionals.Author(s): Fleming, M.Publisher: Minneapolis * Johnson InstituteFormat: Manual. 4.Source: 182 pp.Year: 1992
Title: The 800-cocaine book of drug and alcohol recovery.Author(s): Cocores, J.Publisher: New York * Villard Books;Source: 255 pp.Year: 1990
Title: Addiction and the family.Author(s): Boudreau, R. J.Publisher: Toronto * Addiction Research Foundation;Source: Chap. 21, pp. 407-418. In: Harrison, S. and Carver, V., eds. Alcohol and drug problems: a practical guide for counsellors. 2d ed. viii + 584pp.Year: 1997
Title: Addiction and the family: is it time for services to take notice of the evidence?Author(s): Copello, A. and Orford, J.Year: 2002Journal: Addiction 97(11): 1361-1363ISSN: 0965-2140Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Addiction in the family.Author(s): Boudreau, R. J.Publisher: Toronto * Addiction Research Foundation;Source: Pp. 333-340. In: Howard, B-A. M., Harrison, S., Carver, V. and Lightfoot, L. Alcohol and drug problems: a practical guide for counsellors. 461 pp.Year: 1993
Title: The addiction progress notes plannerAuthor(s): Berghuis, D. J. and Jongsma, A. E., Jr.Publisher: New York * John Wiley and Sons;Format: Manual. 4Source: xiv + 370 pp.Year: 2002
Title: Addiction recovery tools.Author(s): Coombs, R.H., Howatt, W.A. and Coombs, K.Publisher: Mahwah, NJ * Lawrence Erlbaum Assoc.;Source: Chap. 19, pp. 425-446. In: Coombs, R.H., ed. Addiction counseling review: preparing for comprehensive, certification and licensing examinations. xxiii + 648 pp.Year: 2005
Title: Addictions and substance abuse: strategies for advanced practice nursingAuthor(s): Naegle, M. A. and D'Avanzo, C. E.Publisher: Upper Saddle River, NJ * Prentice HallSource: xv + 400 pp.Year: 2001
Title: Addictions as a process: commonalities or codependence.Author(s): Loughead, T. A.Publisher: New York * Human Sciences PressSource: Pp. 455-470. In: Loughead, T. A. and Young, M. B., eds. Addictions and the family. (Contemporary Family Therapy, Vol. 13, No. 5) Pp. 383-530.Year: 1991
Title: Addiction treatment: avoiding pitfalls--a case approach. (Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry, Report No. 142.)Publisher: Washington * American Psychiatric PressSource: 242 pp.Year: 1998
Title: Addiction treatment for Mexican American familiesAuthor(s): Barón, M.Publisher: New York * The Free PressSource: Chap. 8, p. 219-252. In: Krestan, J-A., ed. Bridges to recovery: addiction, family therapy, and multicultural treatment. xii + 323 pp.Year: 2000
Title: The addiction treatment planner. 2d edAuthor(s): Perkinson, R. R. and Jongsma, A. E., Jr.Publisher: New York * John Wiley and SonsFormat: Manual. 4Source: xv + 363 pp.Year: 2001
Title: Addiction treatment: a strengths perspectiveAuthor(s): Van Wormer, K. and Davis, D. R.Publisher: Pacific Grove, CA * Brooks/ColeSource: xix + 436 pp.Year: 2003
Title: Addiction treatment: theory and practiceAuthor(s): Rasmussen, S.Publisher: Thousand Oaks, CA * Sage PublicationsFormat: Manual. 4.Source: xii + 435 pp.Year: 2000
Title: Adolescent and parent alliance and treatment outcome in multidimensional family therapy.Author(s): Shelef, K., Diamond, G.M., Diamond, G.S. and Liddle, H.A.Year: 2005Journal: Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 73(4): 689-698ISSN: 0022-006XGet it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Adolescent and parent perceptions of outpatient substance abuse treatment: a qualitative studyAuthor(s): White, M.K., Godley, S.H. and Passetti, L.L.Year: 2004Journal: Journal of Psychoactive Drugs 36(1): 65-74ISSN: 0279-1072Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Adolescent chemical dependence: assessment, treatment, and management.Author(s): Margolis, R.Publisher: New York * Guilford Press;Source: Chap. 21, pp. 394-412. In: Washton, A. M., ed. Psychotherapy and substance abuse: a practitioner's handbook. xi + 500 pp.Year: 1995
Title: Adolescent drug abuse: clinical assessment and therapeutic interventions.Author(s): National Institute on Drug Abuse.Publisher: Rockville, MDSource: (NIDA Research Monogr. No. 156.) iv + 374 pp.Year: 1995
Title: Adolescent drug abuse: why family therapists are becoming counselor of choice.Author(s): Carver, D.Year: 2005Journal: Addiction Professional 3(6): 22-23, 25-28ISSN: 1542-8435Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Adolescent drug and alcohol addiction: intervention and treatment.Author(s): Chatlos, J. C.Publisher: New York * Marcel DekkerSource: Chap. 13, pp. 235-253. In: Miller, N. S., ed. Comprehensive handbook of drug and alcohol addiction. xx + 1330 pp.Year: 1991
Title: Adolescent drug treatment, a family affair: a community day center approach.Author(s): Feigelman, B. and Jaquith, P.Year: 1992Journal: Soc. Work Hlth Care 16 (No. 3): 39-52,
Title: Adolescent marijuana abusers and access to family-based servicesAuthor(s): Allgood, J.G., Mathiesen, S. and Delva, J.Year: 2005Journal: Journal of Child and Adolescent Substance Abuse 15(1): 51-62ISSN: 1067-828XGet it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: The adolescent module in multidimensional family therapy.Author(s): Liddle, H. A., Dakof, G., Diamond, G., Holt, M., Aroyo, J. and Watson, M.Publisher: Gaithersburg, MD * Aspen Publishers;Source: Chap. 11, pp. 165-186. In: Lawson, G. W. and Lawson, A. W., eds. Adolescent substance abuse: etiology, treatment, and prevention. xviii + 532 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Adolescent substance abuse and the family.Publisher: Greenville * East Carolina University Regional Training CenterSource: (Timely Issues in Print Series.) 225 pp.Year: 1990
Title: Adolescent substance abuse: assessment, prevention, and treatment.Author(s): Bukstein, O. G.Publisher: New York * John Wiley & SonsSource: xi + 260 pp.Year: 1995
Title: Adolescent substance abuse: a comprehensive guide to theory and practice.Author(s): Kaminer, Y.Publisher: New York * Plenum Medical Book Co.;Source: xiv + 265 pp.Year: 1994
Title: Adolescent substance abuse: multidimensional family therapy in action.Author(s): Liddle, H. A., Dakof, G. A. and Diamond, G.Publisher: Boston * Allyn and Bacon;Source: Chap. 10, pp. 120-171. In: Kaufman, E. and Kaufmann, P., eds. Family therapy of drug and alcohol abuse. 2d ed. xiv + 319 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Adolescent substance abusers in family therapy: the critical initial phase of treatment.Author(s): Liddle, H. A. and Diamond, G.Year: 1991Journal: Family Dynamics of Addiction Quarterly 1 (No. 1): 55-68,
Title: Adolescent substance abuse: a systemic intergenerational approach.Author(s): Chabot, D. R. and Matteis, M. C.Publisher: Boston * Allyn and BaconSource: Chap. 6, pp. 112-133. In: Todd, T. C. and Selekman, M. D., eds. Family therapy approaches with adolescent substance abusers. xvi + 334 pp.Year: 1991
Title: Adolescent substance abuse treatment: a unified modelAuthor(s): Berlin, M.Publisher: Alliant International UniversitySource: 163 pp. Psy.D. dissertation,Year: 2002
Title: Adult children of addicted parents: family counseling strategies.Author(s): Hoffmann, F. J.Publisher: Gaithersburg, MD * Aspen Publishers;Source: Chap. 19, pp. 277-288. In: Lewis, J. A., ed. Addictions: concepts and strategies for treatment. xix + 393 pp.Year: 1994
Title: Adult children of dysfunctional families: prevention, intervention, and treatment for community mental health promotion.Author(s): Wallace, B. C.Publisher: Westport, CT * Praeger;Source: xv + 312 pp.Year: 1996
Title: Advances in families and couples therapy.Author(s): Asen, K. E.Publisher: Cambridge, UK * Cambridge University Press;Source: Chap. 7, pp. 110-123. In: Edwards, G. and Dare, C., eds. Psychotherapy, psychological treatments and the addictions. xiii + 268 pp.Year: 1996
Title: Alcoholism in adolescents and their families: family-focused assessment and management.Author(s): Alexander, D. E. and Gwyther, R. E.Year: 1995Journal: Pediatric Clinics of North America 42: 217-234,
Title: Anger, alcoholism, and addiction: treating individuals, couples, and families.Author(s): PotterEfron, R. T. and Potter-Efron, P. S.Publisher: New York * W. W. Norton and Co.;Source: xiii + 272 pp.Year: 1991
Title: The application of the basic principles of family therapy to the treatment of drug and alcohol abusers.Author(s): Kaufman, E.Publisher: Boston * Allyn and Bacon;Source: Chap. 17, pp. 287-314. In: Kaufman, E. and Kaufmann, P., eds. Family therapy of drug and alcohol abuse. 2d ed. xiv + 319 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Approaches to family preservation: home-based services.Author(s): Zarski, J.Publisher: Rockville, MDSource: Pp. 53-57. In: Office for Treatment Improvement. Empowering families, helping adolescents. (Technical Assistance Publ. Series No. 6.) xi + 204 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Art therapy as emotional and spiritual medicine for Native Americans living with HIV/AIDS.Author(s): Bien, M.B.Year: 2005Journal: Journal of Psychoactive Drugs 37(3): 281-292ISSN: 0279-1072Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Asian-American patients.Author(s): Ja, D. Y. and Aoki, B.Publisher: Chevy Chase, MD * American Society of Addiction Medicine;Source: Other Populations and Alcohol * Section XVIII, Chap. 6, 9 pp. In: Miller, N. S., ed. Principles of addiction medicine. (varying pages)Year: 1994
Title: Assessing chemical dependency in the adolescent.Author(s): Robins, J.Year: 1992Journal: Student Assistance Journal 5 (No. 4): 29-31,ISSN: 1042-6388Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Assessment and intervention with drug and alcohol abusers in medical facilities.Author(s): Silverman, F. M.Publisher: New York * Guilford Press;Source: Chap. 2, pp. 33-49. In: Straussner, S. L. A., ed. Clinical work with substance-abusing clients. xvi + 381 pp.Year: 1993
Title: Assessment and treatment of adolescent substance abusers.Author(s): Freshman, A.Publisher: New York * Guilford PressSource: Chap. 14, pp. 305-329. In: Straussner, S.L.A., ed. Clinical work with substance abusing clients. 2d ed. xiii + 494 pp.Year: 2004
Title: Assessment and treatment of clients with alcohol and other drug abuse problems: an overview.Author(s): Straussner, S.L.A.Publisher: New York * Guilford PressSource: Chap. 1, pp. 3-38. In: Straussner, S.L.A., ed. Clinical work with substance abusing clients. 2d ed. xiii + 494 pp.Year: 2004
Title: Assessment of family functioning.Author(s): Olson, D. H. and Tiesel, J. W.Publisher: Washington * Govt Print. Off.;Source: Chap. 6, pp. 59-78. In: National Institute on Drug Abuse. Diagnostic source book on drug abuse research and treatment. Edited by B. J. Rounsaville, F. M. Tims, A. M. Horton, Jr. and B. J. Sowder. iii + 130 pp.Year: 1993
Title: Becoming an addictions counselor: a comprehensive text.Author(s): Myers, P.L. and Salt, N.R.Publisher: Sudbury, MA * Jones and Bartlett;Format: Manual. 4Source: xix + 313 pp.Year: 2000
Title: Before it's too late: working with substance abuse in the family.Author(s): Treadway, D. C.Publisher: New York * W. W. NortonSource: xvi + 215 pp.Year: 1989
Title: Behavioral couples therapy for alcoholism and drug abuseAuthor(s): O'Farrell, T. J. and Fals-Stewart, W.Year: 2000Journal: Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment 18(1): 51-54ISSN: 0740-5472Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Behavioral couples therapy for alcoholism and drug abuse: encountering the problem of domestic violenceAuthor(s): O'Farrell, T. J. and Murphy, C. M.Publisher: New York * Brunner-RoutledgeSource: Chap. 14, pp. 293-303. In: Wekerle, C. and Wall, A-M., eds. The violence and addiction equation: theoretical and clinical issues in substance abuse and relationship violence. xii + 376 pp.Year: 2002
Title: Behavioral couples therapy for alcoholism and drug abuse: rationale, methods, findings, and future directions.Author(s): Klostermann, K., Fals-Stewart, W., Gorman, C., Kennedy, C. and Stappenbeck, C.Publisher: Binghamton, NY * Haworth Social Work Practice PressSource: Pp. 235-255. In: Hilarski, C., ed. Addiction, assessment, and treatment with adolescents, adults, and families. (Journal of Evidence-Based Social Work, vol. 2, no. 1/2.) 263 pp.Year: 2005
Title: Behavioral couples therapy for male substance-abusing patients: effects on relationship adjustment and drug-using behaviorAuthor(s): Fals-Stewart, W., Birchler, G. R. and O'Farrell, T. J.Year: 1996Journal: Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 64(5): 959-972ISSN: 0022-006XGet it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Behavioral couples therapy for substance abuse: rationale, methods, and findings.Author(s): Fals-Stewart, W., O'Farrell, T.J. and Birchler, G.R.Year: 2004Journal: Science and Practice Perspectives 2(2): 30-43
Title: Behavioral couples treatment of alcohol and drug use disorders: current status and innovationsAuthor(s): Epstein, E. E. and McCrady, B. S.Year: 1998Journal: Clinical Psychology Review 18(6): 689-711ISSN: 0272-7358Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Behavioral therapies.Author(s): Breslau, D.Publisher: Chevy Chase, MD * American Society of Addiction Medicine;Source: Section XIII, Chap. 1, 5 pp. In: Miller, N. S., ed. Principles of addiction medicine. (varying pages)Year: 1994
Title: Behavioral treatment of alcohol and drug abuse: what do we know and where shall we go?Author(s): Hester, R. K., Nirenberg, T. D. and Begin, A. M.Publisher: New York * Plenum PressSource: Chap. 16, pp. 305-327. In: Galanter, M., ed. Recent developments in alcoholism. Volume 8. Combined alcohol and other drug dependence. xx + 346 pp.Year: 1990
Title: Benefits and costs of a family-focused methadone treatment and drug abuse prevention program: preliminary findings.Author(s): Plotnick, R. D., Young, D. S., Catalano, R. R. and Haggerty, K. P.Publisher: Washington * Govt. Print. Off.;Source: Pp. 161-183. In: National Institute on Drug Abuse. Cost-benefit/cost-effectiveness research of drug abuse prevention: implications for programming and policy. (NIDA Research Monogr. No. 176.) iv + 233pp.Year: 1998
Title: Beyond structural-strategic family therapy: integrating other brief systemic therapies.Author(s): Todd, T. C. and Selekman, M. D.Publisher: Boston * Allyn and BaconSource: Chap. 12, pp. 241-274. In: Todd, T. C. and Selekman, M. D., eds. Family therapy approaches with adolescent substance abusers. xvi + 334 pp.Year: 1991
Title: Bleak and hopeless no more: engagement of reluctant substance-abusing runaway youth and their familiesAuthor(s): Slesnick, N., Meyers, R. J., Meade, M. and Segelken, D. H.Year: 2000Journal: Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment 19(3): 215-222ISSN: 0740-5472Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Blending perspectives and building common ground: a report to Congress on substance abuse and child protectionAuthor(s): U. S. Department of Health and Human Services.Publisher: Washington * Govt Print. Off.;Source: xviii + 175 pp.Year: 1999
Title: Boston consortium of services for families in recovery: a trauma-informed intervention model for women's alcohol and drug addiction treatmentAuthor(s): Amaro, H., McGraw, S., Larson, M.J., Lopez, L., Nieves, R. and Marshall, B.Year: 2004Journal: Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly 22(3/4): 95-119ISSN: 0734-7324Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Bradshaw on: the family. A revolutionary way of self-discovery.Author(s): Bradshaw, J.Publisher: Deerfield Beach, FL * Health Communications;Source: x + 242 pp.Year: 1988
Title: Breakthroughs in family therapy with drug-abusing and problem youth.Author(s): Szapocznik, J., Kurtines, W. M. and Contributors.Publisher: New York * SpringerSource: xiii + 191 pp.Year: 1989
Title: Bridges to effective treatment: family therapy and family psychoeducational interventions with maltreating and substance-abusing familiesAuthor(s): McCreary, M. L., Maffuid, J. and Stepter, T. A.Publisher: Thousand Oaks, CA * SAGE Publications;Source: Chap. 8, pp. 220-248. In: Hampton, R. L., Senatore, V. and Gullotta, T. P., eds. Substance abuse, family violence, and child welfare: bridging perspectives. (Issues in Children's and Families' Lives, vol. 10.) xv + 285 pp.Year: 1998
Title: Bridging the gap for children as their parents enter substance abuse treatmentAuthor(s): McMahon, T. J. and Luthar, S. S.Publisher: Thousand Oaks, CA * SAGE Publications;Source: Chap. 6, pp. 143-187. In: Hampton, R. L., Senatore, V. and Gullotta, T. P., eds. Substance abuse, family violence, and child welfare: bridging perspectives. (Issues in Children's and Families' Lives, vol. 10.) xv + 285 pp.Year: 1998
Title: Bridging the research-practice gap in adolescent substance abuse treatment: the case of brief strategic family therapyAuthor(s): Robbins, M. S., Bachrach, K. and Szapocznik, J.Year: 2002Journal: Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment 23(2): 123-132ISSN: 0740-5472Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Brief family intervention effects on adolescent substance initiation: school-level growth curve analyses 6 years following baseline.Author(s): Spoth, R., Redmond, C., Shin, C. and Azevedo, K.Year: 2004Journal: Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 72(3): 535-542ISSN: 0022-006XGet it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Brief interventions and brief therapies for substance abuse. Treatment Improvement Protocol (TIP) Series 34Author(s): Center for Substance Abuse Treatment.Publisher: Rockville, MDSource: xxvi + 234 pp.Year: 1999
Title: Brief structural/strategic family therapy with African American and Hispanic high-risk youth.Author(s): Santisteban, D. A., Coatsworth, J. D., Perez-Vidal, A., Mitrani, V., Jean-Gilles, M. and Szapacznik, J.Publisher: New York * John Wiley & Sons;Source: Pp. 453-471. In: Sambrano, S., ed. Findings from CSAP-funded high-risk youth prevention programs. (Journal of Community Psychology, vol. 25, No. 5.) Pp. 371-503.Year: 1997
Title: Building bridges for children: addressing the consequences of exposure to drugs and to the child welfare systemAuthor(s): Harden, B. J.Publisher: Thousand Oaks, CA * SAGE Publications;Source: Chap. 2, pp. 18-61. In: Hampton, R. L., Senatore, V. and Gullotta, T. P., eds. Substance abuse, family violence, and child welfare: bridging perspectives. (Issues in Children's and Families' Lives, vol. 10.) xv + 285 pp.Year: 1998
Title: Calming the addict within: meditation urges us to inquire into the nature of our feelings rather than medicating themAuthor(s): Nadler, D.L.Year: 2005Journal: Counselor 6(2): 33-35ISSN: 1047-7314Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: The Cannabis Youth Treatment (CYT) study: main findings from two randomized trials.Author(s): Dennis, M., Godley, S.H., Diamond, G., Tims, F.M., Babor, T., Donaldson, J., Liddle, H., Titus, J.C., Kaminer, Y., Webb, C., Hamilton, N. and Funk, R.Year: 2004Journal: Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment 27(3): 197-213ISSN: 0740-5472Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Caregiver AOD use, case substantiation, and AOD treatment: studies based on two southwestern countiesAuthor(s): Sun, A-P., Shillington, A. M., Hohman, M. and Jones, L.Publisher: Washington * Child Welfare League of AmericaSource: pp. 151-177. In: Young, N. K., Wingfield, K. and Klempner, T., eds. Serving children, youth, and families with alcohol and other drug-related problems in child welfare. (Child Welfare, vol. 80, no. 2) pp. 99-302.Year: 2001
Title: Care of family members and other affected persons.Author(s): Baird, M. A.Publisher: St. Louis * Mosby Year Book;Source: Chap. 10, pp. 195-210. In: Fleming, M. F. and Barry, K. L., eds. Addictive disorders. xxv + 439 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Catholic family support groups.Author(s): Stanfield, A.Publisher: Sydney * Alcohol & Drug FoundationSource: Other Populations and Alcohol * Pp. 257-261. In: Proceedings of the International Congress on Alcohol, other drugs and the family. x + 294 pp.Year: 1989
Title: Changing provider practices, program environment, and improving outcomes by transporting multidimensional family therapy to an adolescent drug treatment setting.Author(s): Liddle, H.A., Rowe, C.L., Gonzalez, A., Henderson, C.E., Dakof, G.A. and Greenbaum, P.E.Year: 2006Journal: American Journal on Addictions 15(Suppl.1): 102-112ISSN: 1055-0496Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Chemical dependency counseling: a practical guide.Author(s): Perkinson, R. R.Publisher: Thousand Oaks, CA * SAGE Publications;Source: xxi + 431 pp.Year: 1997
Title: Chemical dependency counseling: a practical guideAuthor(s): Perkinson, R. R.Publisher: Thousand Oaks, CA * Sage PublicationsFormat: Manual. 4Source: 2d ed. xix + 543 pp.Year: 2002
Title: Chemical dependency: a family affairAuthor(s): Curtis, O.Publisher: Pacific Grove, CA * Brooks/Cole Publishing CoSource: ix + 134 pp.Year: 1999
Title: Chemical dependency: a systems approach.Author(s): McNeece, C. A. and DiNitto, D. M.Publisher: Boston * Allyn and BaconSource: xvi + 462 pp.Year: 1998
Title: Chemically dependent older adults: how do we treat them?Author(s): Merrill, M., Kraft, P. G., Gordon, M., Holmes, M. M. and Walker, B.Publisher: Center City, MN * HazeldenSource: ix + 136 pp.Year: 1990
Title: Chemically dependent older adults: how do we treat them?Author(s): Merrill, M., Karft, P. G., Gordon, M., Holmes, M. M. and Walker, B.Publisher: Center City, MN * Hazelden;Source: ix + 136 pp.Year: 1990
Title: Chestnut Health Systems' Bloomington outpatient and intensive outpatient program for adolescent substance abusersAuthor(s): Godley, S. H., Risberg, R., Adams, L. and Sodetz, A.Publisher: New York * Haworth PressSource: Chap. 3, pp. 57-80. In: Stevens, S. J. and Morral, A. R., eds. Adolescent substance abuse treatment in the United States: exemplary models from a national evaluation study. xix + 296 pp.Year: 2003
Title: Children and adolescents.Author(s): Heinicke, C. M. and Vollmer, S.Publisher: Boston * Allyn and Bacon;Source: Chap. 15, pp. 321-336. In: Coombs, R. H. and Ziedonis, D. M., eds. Handbook on drug abuse prevention: a comprehensive strategy to prevent the abuse of alcohol and other drugs. xx + 551 pp.Year: 1995
Title: Children of drug abusers.Author(s): Levy, S. J. and Rutter, E.Publisher: New York * Lexington BooksSource: x + 260 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Children of parents in drug/alcohol programs: are they underserved?Author(s): VanDenBergh, N., Hennigan, K. and Hennigan, D.Year: 1989Journal: Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly 6 (Nos. 3/4): 1-25,ISSN: 0734-7324Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Children of substance abusers: one community's answer.Author(s): Britcher, B.Year: 1988Journal: Counselor, Arlington, VA 6 (No. 3): 37-39,
Title: Child welfare and substance abuse: premises, programs, and policiesAuthor(s): Resnik, H., Gardner, S. E. and Rogers, C. M.Publisher: Thousand Oaks, CA * SAGE Publications;Source: Chap. 4, pp. 96-123. In: Hampton, R. L., Senatore, V. and Gullotta, T. P., eds. Substance abuse, family violence, and child welfare: bridging perspectives. (Issues in Children's and Families' Lives, vol. 10.) xv + 285 pp.Year: 1998
Title: Chronic disorders and the family: an overview.Author(s): Walsh, F. and Anderson, C.Publisher: New York * Haworth PressSource: Pp. 3-18. In: Walsh, F. and Anderson, C., eds. Chronic disorders and the family. 183 pp.Year: 1988
Title: Client and family characteristics that predict better family therapy outcome for adolescent drug abusers.Author(s): Friedman, A. S., Tomko, L. A. and Utada, A.Year: 1991Journal: Family Dynamics of Addiction Quarterly 1 (No. 1): 77-93,
Title: Clinical note: chemical dependency and the family.Author(s): Verdon, J. J., Jr.Year: 1988Journal: N. J. Med. 85: 531-532,
Title: Clinical supervision in alcohol and drug abuse counseling: principles, models, methods.Author(s): Powell, D. J. and Brodsky, A.Publisher: New York * Lexington Books;Source: xxiii + 327 pp.Year: 1993
Title: Clinical supervision in alcohol and drug abuse counseling: principles, models, methods.Author(s): Powell, D.J. and Brodsky, A.Publisher: San Francisco * Jossey-BassFormat: manual 4.Source: xxxviii + 410 pp.Year: 2004
Title: Clinical supervision in alcohol and drug abuse counseling: principles, models, methods.Author(s): Powell, D. J. and Brodsky, A.Publisher: San Francisco * Jossey-BassFormat: Manual. 4Source: xxiii + 327 pp.Year: 1998
Title: Clinician's guide to substance abuseAuthor(s): Smith, D. E. and Seymour, R. B.Publisher: New York * McGraw-HillSource: xii + 346 pp.Year: 2001
Title: Coaddiction: treatment of the family member.Author(s): Nyman, D. J. and Cocores, J.Publisher: New York * Marcel DekkerSource: Chap. 47, pp. 877-888. In: Miller, N. S., ed. Comprehensive handbook of drug and alcohol addiction. xx + 1330 pp.Year: 1991
Title: Cocaine addiction: treatment, recovery, and relapse prevention.Author(s): Washton, A. M.Publisher: New York * W. W. NortonSource: vii + 243 pp.Year: 1989
Title: CODA: a creative therapy program for children in families affected by abuse of alcohol or other drugs.Author(s): Springer, J. F., Phillips, J. L., Phillips, L., Cannady, L. P. and Kerst-Harris, E.Publisher: Brandon, VT * Clinical Psychology Publishing Co.;Source: Pp. 55-74. In: Lorion, R. P. and Ross, J. G., eds. Programs for change: Office for Substance Abuse Prevention Demonstration Models. 128 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Co-dependency communication skills training.Author(s): Cavasina, R.Publisher: Holmes Beach, FL * Learning Publications;Source: 60 pp.Year: 1994
Title: Co-dependency groupsAuthor(s): Amerslav, A.Publisher: Oakland, CA * New Harbinger PublicationsSource: Chap. 1, pp. 1-27. In: McKay, M. and Paleg, K., eds. Focal group psychotherapy. xiv + 530 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Codependency in the workplace: a guide for employee assistance and human resource professionals.Author(s): Allcorn, S.Publisher: New York * Quorum BooksSource: xviii + 220 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Co-dependency: issues in treatment and recovery.Author(s): Carruth, B. and Mendenhall, W., eds.Publisher: New York * Haworth PressSource: (Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, Vol. 6, No. 1.) 167 pp.Year: 1989
Title: Co-dependency: the struggle to find a workable definition.Author(s): Meacham, A.Year: 1989Journal: Focus on Chemically Dependent Families 12 (No. 1): 16-17, 36-39,ISSN: 1044-1719Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Codependent forevermore: the invention of self in a twelve step groupAuthor(s): Irvine, L.Publisher: Chicago * University of Chicago Press;Source: vii + 210 pp.Year: 1999
Title: Cognitive-behavioral group and family treatment of cocaine addiction.Author(s): Wodarski, J. S. and Smokowski, P. R.Publisher: New York * Hatherleigh Co.;Source: Special Report, pp. SR-1 - SR-12. In: Directions in substance abuse counseling: vol. 4. varying pages.Year: 1995
Title: Cognitive-behavioural integrated treatment (C-BIT): a treatment manual for substance misuse in people with severe mental heath problems.Author(s): Graham, H.L., Copello, A., BIrchwood, M.J., Mueser, K.T., Orford, J., McGovern, D., Atkinson, E., Maslin, J., Preece, M., Tobin, D. and Georgiou, G.Publisher: Chichester, UK * John Wiley and SonsFormat: Manual. 4Source: xvii + 300 pp.Year: 2004
Title: Combining child welfare and substance abuse services: a blended model of interventionAuthor(s): McAlpine, C., Marshall, C. C. and Doran, N. H.Publisher: Washington * Child Welfare League of AmericaSource: pp. 129-149. In: Young, N. K., Wingfield, K. and Klempner, T., eds. Serving children, youth, and families with alcohol and other drug-related problems in child welfare. (Child Welfare, vol. 80, no. 2) pp. 99-302.Year: 2001
Title: Community reinforcement approach and community reinforcement and family training.Author(s): Smith, J.E., Meyers, R.J. and Milford, J.L.Publisher: Boston * Allyn and Bacon;Source: Chap. 11, pp. 237-258. In: Hester, R.K. and Miller, W.R., eds. Handbook of alcoholism treatment approaches: effective alternatives. 3d ed. xv + 301 pp.Year: 2003
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Title: Couples, intimacy issues, and addictionAuthor(s): Brothers, B. J., ed.Publisher: New York * Haworth PressSource: (Journal of Couples Therapy, vol. 10, no. 3/4.) 159 pp.Year: 2001
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Title: Culturally competent intervention with families of Latino youth at risk for drug abuseAuthor(s): Crunkilton, D., Paz, J.J. and Boyle, D.P.Year: 2005Journal: Journal of Social Work Practice in the Addictions 5(1/2): 113-131ISSN: 1533-256XGet it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Culturally sensitive treatment of the inner-city African-American adolescent: a multisystems model.Author(s): BoydFranklin, N.Publisher: Rockville, MDSource: Pp. 71-76. In: Office for Treatment Improvement. Empowering families, helping adolescents. (Technical Assistance Publ. Series No. 6.) xi + 204 pp.Year: 1992
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Title: Dilemmas of child welfare and drug dependenceAuthor(s): Klee, H.Publisher: London * Routledge;Source: Chap. 19, pp. 276-284. In: Klee, H., Jackson, M. and Lewis, S. [eds.]. Drug misuse and motherhood. xxvi + 305 pp.Year: 2002
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Title: Dual disorders: counseling clients with chemical dependency and mental illness.Author(s): Daley, D. C., Moss, N. B. and Campbell, F.Publisher: Center City, MN * Hazelden;Source: xii + 237 pp.Year: 1993
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Title: Effective outpatient treatment for adolescents: principles, practices and a program model for working with adolescents experiencing alcohol and other drug related problems.Author(s): Gust, D. and Smith, T.Publisher: Holmes Beach, FL * Learning Publications;Source: 199 pp.Year: 1994
Title: Effects and processes of family therapy for adolescent and young drug abusers.Author(s): Schippers, G. M. and Romijn, C. M.Publisher: Amsterdam * Swets & ZeitlingerSource: Chap. 6, pp. 87-99. In: Schippers, G. M., Lammers, S. M. M. and Schaap, C. P. D. R., eds. Contributions to the psychology of addiction. 157 pp.Year: 1991
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Title: The elements of contemporary treatment.Author(s): Goldsmith, R. J.Publisher: Philadelphia * W. B. Saunders Co.;Source: Chap. 42, pp. 392-399. In: Miller, N. S., [ed.] The principles and practice of addictions in psychiatry. xxii + 567 pp.Year: 1997
Title: Empirical guidelines for a family intervention for adolescent drug use.Author(s): Dishion, T. J., Reid, J. B. and Patterson, G. R.Year: 1988Journal: Journal of Chemical Dependency Treatment 1 (No. 2): 189-224,ISSN: 0885-4734Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Empower for Recovery: an innovative approach to assist sustained recovery in rural Iowa.Author(s): Rohlfs, D.K.Publisher: Rockville, MDSource: pp. 17-28. In: Center for Substance Abuse Treatment. The National Rural Alcohol and Drug Abuse Network awards for excellence 2004: submitted and award-winning papers. Technical Assistance Publication (TAP) Series 28. vi + 90 pp.Year: 2006
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Title: Engaging adolescent drug abusers and their families in treatment: a strategic structural systems approach.Author(s): Szapocznik, J., Perez-Vidal, A., Brickman, A. L., Foote, F. H., Santisteban, D., Hervis, O. and Kurtines, W. M.Year: 1988Journal: Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 56: 552-557,ISSN: 0022-006XGet it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
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Title: Enter the child: breaking through 'flatness', 'adultocentricity' and negative attitudes in family casework with substance-affected persons.Author(s): Klein, G.Publisher: Sydney * Alcohol & Drug FoundationSource: Pp. 214-219. In: Proceedings of the International Congress on Alcohol, other Drugs and the Family. x + 294 pp.Year: 1989
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Title: Evidence-based cognitive-behavioral and family therapies for adolescent alcohol and other substance use disordersAuthor(s): Kaminer, Y. and Slesnick, N.Publisher: New York * Kluwer Academic/Plenum PublishersSource: Chap. 18, pp. 385-405. In: Galanter, M., ed. Recent developments in alcoholism. Volume 17. Alcohol problems in adolescents and young adults: epidemiology, neurobiology, prevention, treatment. xxi + 456 pp.Year: 2005
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Title: False messengers: how addictive drugs change the brainAuthor(s): Friedman, D. P. and Rusche, S.Publisher: London * RoutledgeSource: xiv + 234 pp.Year: 1999
Title: Families and carers.Author(s): Evans, V.Publisher: Oxford, UK * Radcliffe PublishingFormat: Manual. 4Source: Chap. 12, pp. 129-136. In: Beaumont, B., ed. Care of drug users in general practice: a harm reduction approach. 2d ed. x + 190 pp.Year: 2004
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Title: Families helping families: implementing a multifamily therapy group with substance-abusing adolescentsAuthor(s): Springer, D.W. and Orsbon, S.H.Year: 2002Journal: Health and Social Work 27(3): 204-207ISSN: 0360-7283Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
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Title: Family and marital therapyAuthor(s): Stanton, M. D. and Heath, A. W.Publisher: Baltimore * Williams and Wilkins;Source: Chap. 46, pp. 448-454. In: Lowinson, J. H., Ruiz, P., Millman, R. B. and Langrod, J. G., eds. Substance abuse: a comprehensive textbook. 3d ed. xxvi + 956 pp.Year: 1997
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Title: Family assessment and treatment planning for adolescents with alcohol, drug abuse, and mental health problems.Author(s): CombrinckGraham, L.Publisher: Rockville, MDSource: Pp. 43-51. In: Office for Treatment Improvement. Empowering families, helping adolescents. (Technical Assistance Publ. Series No. 6.) xi + 204 pp.Year: 1992
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Title: Family-based therapyAuthor(s): Ozechowski, T. J. and Liddle, H. A.Publisher: New York * Brunner-RoutledgeSource: Chap. 8, pp. 203-226. In: Essau, C. A., ed. Substance abuse and dependence in adolescence: epidemiology, risk factors and treatment. xiv + 247 pp.Year: 2002
Title: Family-based treatment models targeting substance use and high-risk behaviors among adolescents: a review.Author(s): Thompson, S.J., Pomeroy, E.C. and Gober, K.Publisher: Binghamton, NY * Haworth Social Work Practice Press;Source: Pp. 207-233. In: Hilarski, C., ed. Addiction, assessment, and treatment with adolescents, adults, and families. (Journal of Evidence-Based Social Work, vol. 2, no. 1/2.) 263 pp.Year: 2005
Title: Family-based treatment programs can reduce adolescent drug abuseAuthor(s): Zickler, P.Year: 2002Journal: NIDA Notes 17(4): 7, 12ISSN: 1535-7325Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Family-based treatment: stages and outcomesAuthor(s): Stanton, M.D. and Heath, A.W.Publisher: New York * Guilford PressSource: Chap. 24, pp. 528-558. In: Frances, R.J., Miller, S.I. and Mack, A.H., eds. Clinical textbook of addictive disorders. 3d ed. xix + 684 pp.Year: 2005
Title: Family-based treatment: stages and outcomesAuthor(s): Heath, A. W. and Stanton, M. D.Publisher: New York * Guilford PressSource: Chap. 21, pp. 496-520. In: Frances, R. J. and Miller, S. I., eds. Clinical textbook of addictive disorders. 2d ed. xvi + 637pp.Year: 1998
Title: Family behavior therapyAuthor(s): Donohue, B. and Azrin, N.Publisher: Amsterdam * PergamonSource: Chap. 10, pp. 205-227. In: Wagner, E. F. and Waldron, H. B., eds. Innovations in adolescent substance abuse interventions. xii + 394 pp.Year: 2001
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Title: Family/couples approaches to treatment engagement and therapy.Author(s): Stanton, M.D. and Heath, A.W.Publisher: Philadelphia * Lippincott Williams and WilkinsSource: Chap. 44, pp. 680-690. In: Lowinson, J.H., Ruiz, P., Millman, R.B. and Langrod, J.G., eds. Substance abuse: a comprehensive textbook. 4th ed. xxiv + 1421 pp.Year: 2005
Title: Family effectiveness training: an intervention to prevent drug abuse and problem behaviors in Hispanic adolescents.Author(s): Szapocznik, J., Santisteban, D., Rio, A., Perez-Vidal, A., Santisteban, D. and Kurtines, W. M.Year: 1989Journal: Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences 11: 4-27,ISSN: 0739-9863Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: The family factor: a form of enabling in the addict's natural support system can advance genuine recovery.Author(s): Pedersen, J.M.Year: 2006Journal: Addiction Professional 4(5): 18-21ISSN: 1542-8435Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
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Title: Family-focused substance abuse treatment: a program evaluationAuthor(s): McComish, J.F., Greenberg, R., Ager, J., Essenmacher, L., Orgain, L.S. and Bacik, W.J., Jr.Year: 2003Journal: Journal of Psychoactive Drugs 35(3): 321-331ISSN: 0279-1072Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Family history influence on drug abuse severity and treatment outcomeAuthor(s): Pickens, R. W., Preston, K. L., Miles, D. R., Gupman, A. E., Johnson, E. O., Newlin, D. B., Soriano, J., van den Bree, M. B. M. and Umbricht, A.Year: 2001Journal: Drug and Alcohol Dependence 61(3): 261-270ISSN: 0376-8716Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: The family in addiction.Author(s): Parran, T.V., Jr., Liepman, M.R. and Farkas, K.Publisher: Chevy Chase, MD * American Society of Addiction Medicine;Source: Section 3, Chap. 7, pp. 395-402. In: Graham, A.W., Schultz, T.K., Mayo-Smith, M.F., Ries, R.K. and Wilford, B.B., eds. Principles of addiction medicine. 3rd ed. xii + 1648 pp.Year: 2003
Title: The family in addiction.Author(s): Liepman, M. R.Publisher: Chevy Chase, MD * American Society of Addiction Medicine;Source: Section XV, Chap. 1, 5 pp. In: Miller, N. S., ed. Principles of addiction medicine. (varying pages)Year: 1994
Title: The family in drug and alcohol addiction.Author(s): Kaufman, E.Publisher: New York * Marcel DekkerSource: Chap. 46, pp. 851-876. In: Miller, N. S., ed. Comprehensive handbook of drug and alcohol addiction. xx + 1330 pp.Year: 1991
Title: Family intervention: background, principles, and other strategiesAuthor(s): White, R. K.Publisher: New York * Haworth PressSource: Chap. 1, pp. 7-20. In: White, R. K. and Wright, D. G., eds. Addiction intervention: strategies to motivate treatment-seeking behavior. xvii + 154 pp.Year: 1998
Title: Family intervention: ending the cycle of addiction and co-dependency.Author(s): Picard, F. L.Publisher: Hillsboro, OR * Beyond Words Publishing;Source: xii + 186 pp.Year: 1989
Title: Family intervention for substance misuse in psychosisAuthor(s): Barrowclough, C.Publisher: Chichester, UK * John Wiley and Sons, LtdSource: Chap. 13, pp. 227-243. In: Graham, H. L., Copello, A., Birchwood, M. J. and Mueser, K. T., eds. Substance misuse in psychosis: approaches to treatment and service delivery. xviii + 400 pp.Year: 2003
Title: Family intervention influences adherence and outcome in psychotherapeutic treatment for alcohol/drug dependents.Author(s): Marques, A. C. P. R. and Formigoni, M. L. O. S.Year: 1998Journal: Alcoholism-Clinical and Experimental Research 22: 964,ISSN: 0145-6008Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Family interventions and adolescent resiliency: the southwest Texas state high-risk youth program.Author(s): Springer, J. F., Wright, L. S. and McCall, G. J.Publisher: New York * John Wiley Sons;Source: Pp. 435-452. In: Sambrano, S., ed. Findings from CSAP-funded high-risk youth prevention programs. (Journal of Community Psychology, vol. 25, No. 5.) Pp. 371- 503.Year: 1997
Title: Family interventions in substance misuseAuthor(s): Velleman, R. and Templeton, L.Publisher: London * Routledge;Source: Chap. 10, pp. 145-153. In: Petersen, T. and McBride, A., eds. Working with substance misusers: a guide to theory and practice. xxiii + 362 pp.Year: 2002
Title: Family interventions in the treatment of alcohol and drug problems.Author(s): Copello, A.G., Velleman, R.D.B. and Templeton, L.J.Year: 2005Journal: Drug and Alcohol Review 24(4): 369-385ISSN: 0959-5236Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Family involvement in illicit drug treatment.Author(s): Toumbourou, J. W.Year: 1994Journal: Drug and Alcohol Review 13: 385-392,ISSN: 0959-5236Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Family members of relatives with alcohol, drug and gambling problems: a set of standardized questionnaires for assessing stress, coping and strain.Author(s): Orford, J., Templeton, L., Velleman, R. and Copello, A.Year: 2005Journal: Addiction 100(11): 1611-1624ISSN: 0965-2140Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Family recovery and substance abuse: a twelve-step guide for treatmentAuthor(s): Nowinski, J. K.Publisher: Thousand Oaks, CA * SAGE PublicationsFormat: M.4Source: ix + 187 pp.Year: 1999
Title: Family recovery issue and treatment resources.Author(s): Koffinke, C.Publisher: Newbury Park, CA * SAGE PublicationsSource: Chap. 8, pp. 195-216. In: Raskin, M. S. and Daley, D. C., eds. Treating the chemically dependent and their families. xi + 220 pp.Year: 1991
Title: Family recovery workbook: for families affected by chemical dependency.Author(s): Daley, D. C.Publisher: Bradenton, FL * Human Services Institute;Format: Manual. 5.Source: 30 pp. + appendices.Year: 1987
Title: Family solutions for substance abuse: clinical and counseling approachesAuthor(s): McCollum, E. E. and Trepper, T. S.Publisher: New York * Haworth Clinical Practice PressSource: 225 pp.Year: 2001
Title: Family support for persons with dual disorders.Author(s): Clark, R. E.Publisher: San Francisco * Jossey-Bass;Source: Pp. 65-78. In: Drake, R. E. and Mueser, K. T. eds. Dual diagnosis of major mental illness and substance abuse. Volume 2: recent research and clinical implications. (New Directions for Mental Health Services, No. 70.) 118 pp.Year: 1996
Title: Family support network for adolescent cannabis users. (Cannabis Youth Treatment Series, vol. 3)Author(s): Hamilton, N.L., Brantley, L.B., Tims, F.M., Angelovich, N. and McDougall, B.Publisher: Rockville, MD * Center for Substance Abuse TreatmentFormat: Manual. 4Source: iii + 148 pp.Year: 2001
Title: Family systems approach.Author(s): Todd, T. C. and Heath, A. W.Publisher: New York * Greenwood PressSource: Chap. 2, pp. 25-39. In: Stout, C. E., Levitt, J. L. and Ruben, D. H., eds. Handbook for assessing and treating addictive disorders. xx + 371 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Family therapyAuthor(s): Raytek, H. S.Publisher: New York * Springer Publishing Co.;Source: Chap. 11, pp. 193-209. In: Dowd, E. T. and Rugle, L., eds. Comparative treatments of substance abuse. x + 288 pp.Year: 1999
Title: Family therapyAuthor(s): Walitzer, K. S.Publisher: Boston * Allyn and Bacon;Source: Chap. 27, pp. 337-349. In: Ott, P. J., Tarter, R. E. and Ammerman, R. T., eds. Sourcebook on substance abuse: etiology, epidemiology, assessment, and treatment. xxii + 472 pp.Year: 1999
Title: Family therapy.Author(s): Heath, A. W. and Stanton, M. D.Publisher: New York * Guilford PressSource: Chap. 18, pp. 406-430. In: Frances, R. J. and Miller, S. I., eds. Clinical textbook of addictive disorders. xviii + 540 pp.Year: 1991
Title: Family therapy and addiction.Author(s): Yandoli, D., Mulleady, G. and Robbins, C.Publisher: London * Tavistock/RoutledgeSource: Chap. 4, pp. 48-67. In: Bennett, G., ed. Treating drug abusers. viii + 201 pp.Year: 1989
Title: Family therapy and group counseling: therapeutic factors and the chemically dependent adolescent.Author(s): Weis, D, M., Zarski, J. J. and Perkins, S. E.Publisher: Greenville * East Carolina University Regional Training CenterSource: Pp. 218-223. In: Adolescent substance abuse and the family. 225 pp.Year: 1990
Title: Family therapy and the therapeutic community: the chemically dependent adolescent.Author(s): Weidman, A. A.Publisher: New York * Brunner/MazelSource: Chap. 15, pp. 263-286. In: Wallace, B. C., ed. The chemically dependent: phases of treatment and recovery. xix + 364 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Family therapy and the young drug abuser.Author(s): Quadrio, C.Publisher: Sydney * Alcohol & Drug FoundationSource: Pp. 220-221. In: Proceedings of the International Congress on Alcohol, other Drugs and the Family. x + 294 pp.Year: 1989
Title: Family therapy for adolescent drug abuse.Author(s): Friedman, A. S. and Grahick, S., eds.Publisher: Lexington, MA * Lexington BooksSource: xvi + 443 pp.Year: 1990
Title: Family therapy for Dutch drug abusers: replication of an American study.Author(s): Romijn, C. M., Platt, J. J. and Schippers, G. M.Source: Other Populations and AlcoholYear: 1990Journal: International Journal of the Addictions 25: 1127-1149,ISSN: 0020-773XGet it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Family therapy for early adolescent substance abuseAuthor(s): Rowe, C., Parker-Sloat, E., Schwartz, S. and Liddle, H.Publisher: New York * Haworth PressSource: Chap. 5, pp. 105-132. In: Stevens, S. J. and Morral, A. R., eds. Adolescent substance abuse treatment in the United States: exemplary models from a national evaluation study. xix + 296 pp.Year: 2003
Title: Family therapy for Hispanic substance abusing youth.Author(s): Santisteban, D. A., Szapocznik, J. and Rio, A. T.Publisher: Springfield, IL * Charles C. Thomas;Source: Chap. 11, pp. 157-173. In: Mayers, R. S., Kail, B. L. and Watts, T. D., eds. Hispanic substance abuse. xviii + 240 pp.Year: 1993
Title: Family therapy helps adolescents break away from drugs: problems underlying drug use examined.Year: 1989Journal: NIDA Notes 5 (No. 1): 6-7,ISSN: 1535-7325Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Family therapy in substance abuse treatment.Author(s): American Psychiatric Association.Publisher: WashingtonSource: Chap. 139. Pp. 1397-1416. In: American Psychiatric Association. Treatments of psychiatric disorders. Vol. 2. xliv + pp. 799-1722.Year: 1989
Title: Family therapy in substance abuse treatment. Chap. 7, pp. 213-238.Author(s): Stevens, P.Publisher: Upper Saddle River, NJ * Pearson EducationSource: In: Stevens, P. and Smith, R.L., eds. Substance abuse counseling: theory and practice. 3d ed. xx + 388 pp.Year: 2005
Title: Family therapy of cocaine abuse.Author(s): Spitz, H. I. and Spitz, S. T.Publisher: New York * Brunner/MazelSource: Chap. 8, pp. 202-232. In: Spitz, H. I. and Rosecan, J. S., eds. Cocaine abuse: new directions in treatment and research. xvi + 338 pp.Year: 1987
Title: Family therapy of drug and alcohol abuse.Author(s): Kaufman, E. and Kaufmann, P., eds.Publisher: Boston * Allyn & Bacon;Source: 2d ed. xiv + 319 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Family therapy: other drugsAuthor(s): Kaufman, E.Publisher: Washington * American Psychiatric PressSource: Chap. 34, pp. 389-400. In: Galanter, M. and Kleber, H. D., eds. The American Psychiatric Press textbook of substance abuse treatment. 2d ed. xiv + 595 pp.Year: 1999
Title: Family therapy: other drugs.Author(s): Kaufman, E.Publisher: Washington * American Psychiatric Press;Source: Chap. 23, pp. 331-348. In: Galanter, M. and Kleber, H. D., eds. Textbook of substance abuse treatment. xiv + 475 pp.Year: 1994
Title: Family therapy: other drugsAuthor(s): Kaufman, E. and Brook, D.W.Publisher: Washington * American Psychiatric PublishingSource: Chap. 33, pp. 417-431. In: Galanter, M. and Kleber, H.D., eds. The American Psychiatric Publishing textbook of substance abuse treatment. 3d ed. xviii + 695 pp.Year: 2004
Title: Family therapy techniques.Author(s): Fals-Stewart, W., O'Farrell, T.J. and Birchler, G.R.Publisher: New York * Guilford PressSource: Chap. 6, pp. 140-165. In: Rotgers, F., Morgenstern, J. and Walters, S.T., eds. Treating substance abuse: theory and technique. 2d ed. x + 374 pp.Year: 2003
Title: Family therapy techniques.Author(s): McKay, J. R.Publisher: New York * The Guilford Press;Source: Chap. 6, pp. 143-173. In: Rotgers, F., Keller, D. S. and Morgenstern, J., eds. Treating substance abuse: theory and technique. viii + 328 pp.Year: 1996
Title: Family therapy: a treatment approach with substance abusers.Author(s): Kaufman, E.Publisher: Baltimore * Williams & Wilkins;Source: Chap. 40, pp. 520-532. In: Lowinson, J. H., Ruiz, P. and Millman, R. B., eds. Substance abuse: a comprehensive textbook. 2d ed. xxvi + 1110 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Family therapy: a treatment approach with substance abusers in inpatient and residential facilities.Author(s): Kaufman, E.Publisher: New York * Plenum PressSource: Pp. 253-260. In: Einstein, S., ed. Drug and alcohol use: issues and factors. ix + 385 pp.Year: 1989
Title: Family therapy vs. parent groups: effects on adolescent drug abusers.Author(s): Friedman, A. S.Year: 1989Journal: American Journal of Family Therapy 17 (No. 4): 335-347,
Title: Family therapy with adolescent substance abusers.Author(s): Kaufmann, P.Publisher: Boston * Allyn and Bacon;Source: Chap. 5, pp. 63-71. In: Kaufman, E. and Kaufmann, P., eds. Family therapy of drug and alcohol abuse. 2d ed. xiv + 319 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Family therapy with problem drinkers and drug takers: a pilot follow-up study.Author(s): Fisher, C. and Griffiths, H.Year: 1990Journal: Journal of Family Therapy 12: 183-188,ISSN: 0163-4445Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Family treatmentAuthor(s): Wallace, S. D. and Estroff, T. W.Publisher: Washington * American Psychiatric PublishingSource: Chap. 14, pp. 235-252. In: Estroff, T. W., ed. Manual of adolescent substance abuse treatment. xi + 306 pp.Year: 2001
Title: Family treatment of drug abusers.Author(s): Wellisch, D. K.Publisher: New York * Plenum PressSource: Pp. 243-252. In: Einstein, S., ed. Drug and alcohol use: issues and factors. ix + 385 pp.Year: 1989
Title: Family treatment of substance abuse.Author(s): McIntyre, J. R.Publisher: New York * Guilford Press;Source: Chap. 10, pp. 171-195. In: Straussner, S. L. A., ed. Clinical work with substance-abusing clients. xvi + 381 pp.Year: 1993
Title: Family treatment of substance abuse.Author(s): McIntyre, J.R.Publisher: New York * Guilford PressSource: Chap. 11, pp. 237-263. In: Straussner, S.L.A., ed. Clinical work with substance abusing clients. 2d ed. xiii + 494 pp.Year: 2004
Title: Family treatment: stage-appropriate psychotherapy for the addicted familyAuthor(s): Schmid, J. and Brown, S.Publisher: Thousand Oaks, CA * Sage Publications;Format: Manual. 4Source: Chap. 16, pp. 273-288. In: Coombs, R. H., ed. Addiction recovery tools: a practical handbook. xii + 411 pp.Year: 2001
Title: Family treatment: stage-appropriate psychotherapy for the addicted familyAuthor(s): Schmid, J. and Brown, S.Publisher: Thousand Oaks, CA * Sage PublicationsSource: Chap. 16, pp. 273-288. In: Coombs, R. H., ed. Addiction recovery tools: a practical handbook. xii + 411 pp.Year: 2001
Title: A family like yours: breaking the patterns of drug abuse.Author(s): Sorensen, J. L. and Bernal, G.Publisher: New York * Harper & RowSource: xiv + 194 pp.Year: 1987
Title: Fifty strategies for substance abuse treatment.Author(s): Center for Substance Abuse Treatment.Publisher: Rockville, MDSource: iv + 148 pp.Year: 1997
Title: Financing family-centered services for adolescents.Author(s): Lynch, F.Publisher: Rockville, MDSource: Pp. 135-143. In: Office for Treatment Improvement. Empowering families, helping adolescents. (Technical Assistance Publ. Series No. 6.) xi + 204 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Fire in the family: historical perspectives on the inter-generational effects of addictionAuthor(s): White, W.L.Year: 2005Journal: Counselor 6(1): 20-25ISSN: 1047-7314Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Focusing on the family in the treatment of substance abusing criminal offendersAuthor(s): Slaght, E.Year: 1999Journal: Journal of Drug Education 29(1): 53-62ISSN: 0047-2379Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Frequently asked questions about interventionPublisher: Detroit * OmnigraphicsSource: Chap. 46, pp. 357-363. In: Ginther, C., ed. Drug abuse sourcebook. 2d ed. xiii + 607 pp.Year: 2004
Title: From multiple family therapy to couples therapy.Author(s): Kaufman, E. and Kaufmann, P.Publisher: Boston * Allyn and Bacon;Source: Chap. 7, pp. 85-93. In: Kaufman, E. and Kaufmann, P., eds. Family therapy of drug and alcohol abuse. 2d ed. xiv + 319 pp.Year: 1992
Title: From psychodynamic to structural to integrated family treatment of chemical dependency.Author(s): Kaufman, E. and Kaufmann, P.Publisher: Boston * Allyn and Bacon;Source: Chap. 3, pp. 34-45. In: Kaufman, E. and Kaufmann, P., eds. Family therapy of drug and alcohol abuse. 2d ed. xiv + 319 pp.Year: 1992
Title: From theory to practice: the planned treatment of drug users.Author(s): Shontz, F. C., Spotts, J. V., Interviewees.Year: 1989Journal: International Journal of the Addictions 24: 1183-1228,ISSN: 0020-773XGet it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Functional family therapyAuthor(s): Sexton, T.L. and Alexander, J.F.Year: 2000Journal: Juvenile Justice Bulletin: 1-7,
Title: Genograms in family assessment.Author(s): McGoldrick, M. and Gerson, R.Publisher: New York * W. W. NortonSource: xviii + 174 pp.Year: 1985
Title: Get your loved one sober: alternatives to nagging, pleading, and threatening.Author(s): Meyers, R.J. and Wolfe, B.L.Publisher: Center City, MN * HazeldenSource: xxiii + 211 pp.Year: 2004
Title: The gift of change: moving from deficits to empowerment.Author(s): Taber, M.Year: 2005Journal: Addiction Professional 3(5): 46-47ISSN: 1542-8435Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Going home: rediscovering the family in addiction treatment in Canada.Author(s): Csiernik, R. and Alaggia, R.Publisher: Toronto * Canadian Scholars' PressSource: Chap. 10, pp. 129-148. In Csiernik, R. and Rowe, W.S., eds. Responding to the oppression of addiction: Canadian social work perspectives. xv + 352 pp.Year: 2003
Title: Group and family treatmentsAuthor(s): Khantzian, E. J., Golden, S. J., McAuliffe, W. E., Steinglass, P. and Kaufman, E.Publisher: Washington * American Psychiatric PublishingSource: Chap. 31, pp. 889-921. In: Gabbard, G. O., ed. Treatment of psychiatric disorders. Volume 1. 3d ed. xlv + 1129 pp. + index.Year: 2001
Title: Group therapy for children of substance abusers.Author(s): LePantois, J.Year: 1986Journal: Social Wk Groups 9: 39-51,
Title: Growing up stoned: coming to terms with teenage drug abuse in modern America.Author(s): Ellis, D. C.Publisher: Pompano Beach, FL * Health Communications;Source: vi + 154 pp.Year: 1986
Title: Guidelines for the treatment of alcohol- and other drug-abusing adolescents.Author(s): Center for Substance Abuse Treatment.Publisher: Rockville, MDSource: Treatment Improvement Protocol (TIP) Series 4. viii + 109 pp.Year: 1993
Title: Hanging on for dear life: family treatment of adolescent substance abuse.Author(s): Treadway, D. C.Publisher: Gaithersburg, MD * Aspen Publishers;Source: Chap. 10, pp. 141-163. In: Lawson, G. W. and Lawson, A. W., eds. Adolescent substance abuse: etiology, treatment, and prevention. xviii + 532 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Healing the hurt: rebuilding relationships with your children. A self-help guide for parents in recovery.Author(s): Jesse, R. C.Publisher: Minneapolis, MN * Johnson Institute Books;Source: ix + 205 pp.Year: 1990
Title: Help at last: a complete guide to coping with chemically dependent men.Author(s): Kaufman, E.Publisher: New York * Gardner PressSource: xii + 190 pp.Year: 1991
Title: Helping families cope with substance dependenceYear: 2005Journal: Research Update, pp. 1-2, January
Title: Helping families with multiple needs.Author(s): Coles, C. D. and Smith, G. H.Publisher: Baltimore * Paul H. Brookes Publ. Co.;Source: Chap. 3, pp. 57-92. In: Smith, G. H., Coles, C. D., Poulsen, M. K. and Cole, C. K. Children, families, and substance abuse: challenges for changing educational and social outcomes. xxxv + 268 pp.Year: 1995
Title: Helping parents of chemical abusers.Author(s): DeSantis, R. and Manney, G.Year: 1989Journal: Adolescent Counselor 2 (No. 2): 46, 60-61,ISSN: 1042-7589Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Heroin addiction: indications for family therapy on the basis of a (tentative) classification.Author(s): Cingolani, S.Publisher: Rotterdam * Institute for Preventive and Social PsychiatrySource: Pp. 292-297. In: International Institute on the Prevention and Treatment of Drug Dependence, 15th, Amsterdam, 1986. Responding to a world of drugs: intentional and unintentional effects of control, treatment and prevention. 433pp.Year: 1987
Title: The hidden dimension: psychodynamics of compulsive drug use.Author(s): Wurmser, L.Publisher: Northvale, NJ * Jason Aronson;Source: xxxv + 635 pp.Year: 1995
Title: The Hispanic family intervention program: an empirical approach to substance abuse prevention.Author(s): Cervantes, R. C.Publisher: Springfield, IL * Charles C. Thomas;Source: Chap. 7, pp. 101-114. In: Mayers, R. S., Kail, B. L. and Watts, T. D., eds. Hispanic substance abuse. xviii + 240 pp.Year: 1993
Title: Ho'omau ke ola: "to perpetuate life as it was meant to be."Author(s): DeCambra, H., Marshall, W. E. and Ono, M.Publisher: Rockville, MDSource: Chap. 4, pp. 73-96. In: Center for Substance Abuse Prevention. Responding to Pacific Islanders: culturally competent perspectives for substance abuse prevention. (CSAP Cultural Competence Series 8). viii + 184 pp.Year: 1999
Title: How soon is too soon? Addiction recovery and family reunificationAuthor(s): Hohman, M. M. and Butt, R. L.Year: 2001Journal: Child Welfare 80(1): 53-67ISSN: 0009-4021Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Illicit drug use: clinical features and treatment.Author(s): Strang, J. and Farrell, M.Publisher: London * Royal College of Psychiatrists;Source: Chap. 3, pp. 33-52. In: Chick, J. and Cantwell, R., eds. Seminars in alcohol and drug misuse. (College Seminars Series.) x + 246 pp.Year: 1994
Title: Illustrating a framework for rural prevention research: Project Family studies of rural family participation and outcomes.Author(s): Spoth, R. and Redmond, C.Publisher: Thousand Oaks, CA * SAGE PublicationsSource: Chap. 13, pp. 299-328. In: Peters, R. DeV. and McMahon, R. J., eds. Preventing childhood disorders, substance abuse, and delinquency. (Banff International Behavioral Science Series, vol. 3.) xxvi + 374 pp.Year: 1996
Title: The impact of substance abuse and post-traumatic stress disorder.Author(s): Fahnestock, R.Publisher: Newbury Park, CA * SAGE Publications;Source: Pp. 157-188. In: Freeman, E. M., ed. Substance abuse treatment: a family systems perspective. (Sage Sourcebooks for the Human Services Series, Vol. 25.) xv + 316 pp.Year: 1993
Title: The impact of a substance abuse education program on self-esteem of minor children of alcoholic parents.Author(s): Sorenson, D. N.Publisher: The University of Texas at ArlingtonSource: 36 pp. M.S.S.W. Thesis,Year: 1993
Title: Implementation of a family-centered treatment program for substance-abusing women and their children: barriers and resolutions.Author(s): Metsch, L. R., Rivers, J. E., Miller, M., Bohs, R., McCoy, C. B., Morrow, C. J., Bandstra, E. S., Jackson, V. and Gissen, M.Year: 1995Journal: Journal of Psychoactive Drugs 27: 73-83,ISSN: 0279-1072Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Improving family functioning and child outcome in methadone maintained families: the Parents Under Pressure programmeAuthor(s): Dawe, S., Harnett, P.H., Rendalls, V. and Staiger, P.Year: 2003Journal: Drug and Alcohol Review 22(3): 299-307ISSN: 0959-5236Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Improving mental health and substance abuse services for adolescents.Author(s): Friedman, R. M., Burns, B. J. and Behar, L.Year: 1992Journal: Administrative Policy in Mental Health 19: 191-206,
Title: The individual and familiar dynamics of recovery (The Road to Recovery series)Publisher: Rockville, MD * National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug InformationFormat: Audiovisual.Year: 2004Length: 1/2" video cassette (60 min.)
Title: The influence of partner drug use and relationship power on treatment engagementAuthor(s): Riehman, K. S., Iguchi, M. Y., Zeller, M. and Morral, A. R.Year: 2003Journal: Drug and Alcohol Dependence 70(1): 1-10ISSN: 0376-8716Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: The influence of partner status, relationship quality and relationship stability on outcomes following intensive substance-use disorder treatment.Author(s): Tracy, S.W., Kelly, J.F. and Moos, R.H.Year: 2005Journal: Journal of Studies on Alcohol 66(4): 497-505ISSN: 0096-882XGet it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Influences of family and friends on client progress during drug abuse treatment.Author(s): Knight, D. K. and Simpson, D. D.Year: 1996Journal: Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment 8: 417-429,ISSN: 0740-5472Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: In-home continuing care services for substance use affected families.Author(s): Gruber, K.J. and Fleetwood, T.W.Year: 2004Journal: Substance Use and Misuse 39(9): 1379-1403ISSN: 1082-6084Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Integrated Family and Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for adolescent substance abusers: a Stage I efficacy studyAuthor(s): Latimer, W.W., Winters, K.C., D'Zurilla, T. and Nichols, M.Year: 2003Journal: Drug and Alcohol Dependence 71(3): 303-317ISSN: 0376-8716Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Integrated treatment for dual disorders: a guide to effective practice.Author(s): Mueser, K.T., Noordsy, D.L., Drake, R.E. and Fox, L.Publisher: New York * Guilford PressFormat: Manual. 4Source: xxiv + 470 pp.Year: 2003
Title: Integrated treatment using a recovery-oriented approach.Author(s): Daley, D.C., Salloum, I.M. and Thase, M.E.Publisher: Baltimore * Johns Hopkins University Press;Source: Chap. 4, pp. 68-89. In: Westermeyer, J.J., Weiss, R.D. and Ziedonis, D.M., eds. Integrated treatment for mood and substance use disorders. xii + 199 pp.Year: 2003
Title: Integrating cybernetics and constructivism into structural-strategic family therapy for drug abusers.Author(s): Joanning, H.Publisher: Boston * Allyn and Bacon;Source: Chap. 8, pp. 94-104. In: Kaufman, E. and Kaufmann, P., eds. Family therapy of drug and alcohol abuse. 2d ed. xiv + 319 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Integration of opioid antagonists and psychosocial therapy in the treatment of narcotic and alcohol dependence.Author(s): OMalley, S. S.Year: 1995Journal: Journal of Clinical Psychiatry 56 (Suppl. 7): 30-38,ISSN: 0160-6689Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Integrative behavioral and family therapy for adolescent substance abuseAuthor(s): Waldron, H. B., Brody, J. L. and Slesnick, N.Publisher: New York * Guilford PressSource: Chap. 7, pp. 216-243. In: Monti, P. M., Colby, S. M. and O'Leary, T. A., eds. Adolescents, alcohol, and substance abuse: reaching teens through brief interventions. xvi + 350 pp.Year: 2001
Title: Integrative, individual, and family therapy, as told by Debby G.Author(s): G., Debby.Publisher: Boston * Allyn and Bacon;Source: Chap. 16, pp. 271-286. In: Kaufman, E. and Kaufmann, P., eds. Family therapy of drug and alcohol abuse. 2d ed. xiv + 319 pp.Year: 1992
Title: An integrative model for treating the adolescent who is delinquent/acting out.Author(s): Alexander, J.Publisher: Rockville, MDSource: Pp. 101-109. In: Office for Treatment Improvement. Empowering families, helping adolescents. (Technical Assistance Publ. Series No. 6.) xi + 204 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Interplay of advances between theory, research, and application in treatment interventions aimed at behavior problem children and adolescents.Author(s): Szapocznik, J., Kurtines, W., Santisteban, D. A. and Rio, A. T.Year: 1990Journal: Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 58: 696-703,ISSN: 0022-006XGet it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Intervention as brief family therapyAuthor(s): Tiegel, S. A.Publisher: New York * Haworth PressSource: Chap. 7, pp. 101-114. In: White, R. K. and Wright, D. G., eds. Addiction intervention: strategies to motivate treatment-seeking behavior. xvii + 154 pp.Year: 1998
Title: Intervention: breaking the addiction cycle.Author(s): Massella, J. D.Publisher: Newbury Park, CA * SAGE PublicationsSource: Chap. 4, pp. 79-99. In: Raskin, M. S. and Daley, D. C., eds. Treating the chemically dependent and their families. xi + 220 pp.Year: 1991
Title: Intervention on the student substance user: a school-family intervention process.Author(s): James, W. H., Moore, D. D. and Mason, R.Year: 1995Journal: Journal of Child and Adolescent Substance Abuse 4(No. 2): 61-76,ISSN: 1067-828XGet it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Interventions for recovery in drug and alcohol addiction.Author(s): Mersy, D. J.Publisher: New York * Marcel DekkerSource: Chap. 57, pp. 1063-1077. In: Miller, N. S., ed. Comprehensive handbook of drug and alcohol addiction. xx + 1330 pp.Year: 1991
Title: Interventions with families experiencing chemical dependence.Author(s): Clement, J. A.Publisher: New York * Springer Publishing Company;Source: Chap. 4, pp. 185-210. In: Burns, E. M., Thompson, A. and Ciccone, J. K., eds. An addictions curriculum for nurses and other helping professionals: volume two. The graduate level: advanced knowledge and practice. xii + 380 pp.Year: 1993
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Title: Mixed metaphors--dependency or defense: art therapy as an intervention within a mother-daughter relationshipAuthor(s): McClean, C.Publisher: London * RoutledgeSource: Chap. 8, Pp. 167-206. In: Waller, D. and Mahony, J., eds. Treatment of addiction: current issues for arts therapies. xiii + 218 pp.Year: 1999
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Title: Multidimensional family therapy for adolescent drug abuse: making the case for a developmental-contextual, family-based interventionAuthor(s): Liddle, H. A. and Rowe, C. L.Publisher: New York * Haworth Medical PressSource: Chap. 16, pp. 275-291. In: Brook, D. W. and Spitz, H. I., eds. The group therapy of substance abuse. xxix + 450 pp.Year: 2002
Title: Multidimensional family therapy for adolescent substance abuseAuthor(s): Liddle, H. A. and Hogue, A.Publisher: Amsterdam * PergamonSource: Chap. 11, pp. 229-261. In: Wagner, E. F. and Waldron, H. B., eds. Innovations in adolescent substance abuse interventions. xii + 394 pp.Year: 2001
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Title: Multiple family therapy with drug abusers.Author(s): Kaufman, E.Publisher: Boston * Allyn and Bacon;Source: Chap. 6, pp. 72-84. In: Kaufman, E. and Kaufmann, P., eds. Family therapy of drug and alcohol abuse. 2d ed. xiv + 319 pp.Year: 1992
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Title: A need for marriage and family services: a survey of employee assistance program client problems and needs.Author(s): Shumway, S.T., Wampler, R.S. and Arredondo, R.Year: 2003Journal: Employee Assistance Quarterly 19(2): 61-71ISSN: 0749-0003Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Needs assessment of family members of incarcerated alcohol and drug offenders: implications for counselingAuthor(s): O'Connell, W. P.Publisher: University of CincinattiSource: 123 pp. Ed.D. dissertation,Year: 2002
Title: Network therapyAuthor(s): Galanter, M.Publisher: Washington * American Psychiatric PressSource: Chap. 28, pp. 323-333. In: Galanter, M. and Kleber, H. D., eds. The American Psychiatric Press textbook of substance abuse treatment. 2d ed. xiv + 595 pp.Year: 1999
Title: Network therapy: a case study.Author(s): HemleyvanderVelden, E., Ruhf, L. L. and Kaminsky, K.Publisher: Boston * Allyn and BaconSource: Chap. 10, pp. 209-225. In: Todd, T. C. and Selekman, M. D., eds. Family therapy approaches with adolescent substance abusers. xvi + 334 pp.Year: 1991
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Title: A neuro-linguistic programming perspective on codependency.Author(s): Gardner, A. M.Publisher: New York * Haworth Press;Source: Chap. 10, pp. 155-172. In: Sterman, C. M., ed. Neuro-linguistic programming in alcoholism treatment. 192 pp.Year: 1990
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Title: A rural, community-based program of day treatment wraparound services for at-risk youth.Author(s): Bricker, K. A. and Bricker, M. G.Publisher: Washington * Govt Print. Off.;Source: Pp. 43-49. In: Center for Substance Abuse Treatment. Treating alcohol and other drug abusers in rural and frontier areas. (Technical Assistance Publ. Series 17.) ix + 123 pp.Year: 1995
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Title: Saying no is not enough: raising children who make wise decisions about drugs and alcohol.Author(s): Schwebel, R.Publisher: New York * Newmarket Press;Source: xiii + 239 pp.Year: 1989
Title: Scientifically tested drug treatment componentsPublisher: Detroit * OmnigraphicsSource: Chap. 43, pp. 341-348. In: Ginther, C., ed. Drug abuse sourcebook. 2d ed. xiii + 607 pp.Year: 2004
Title: Seeing the troubled adolescent in context: family systems theory and practice.Author(s): Snyder, W.Publisher: Rockville, MDSource: Pp. 13-37. In: Office for Treatment Improvement. Empowering families, helping adolescents. (Technical Assistance Publ. Series No. 6.) xi + 204 pp.Year: 1992
Title: The selfish brain: learning from addiction.Author(s): DuPont, R. L.Publisher: Washington, DC * American Psychiatric Press;Source: xxxv + 553 pp.Year: 1997
Title: Service delivery issues.Author(s): Smith, G. H.Publisher: Baltimore * Paul H. Brookes Publ. Co.;Source: Chap. 8, pp. 207-230. In: Smith, G. H., Coles, C. D., Poulsen, M. K. and Cole, C. K. Children, families, and substance abuse: challenges for changing educational and social outcomes. xxxv + 268 pp.Year: 1995
Title: Services for adolescent substance abusers.Author(s): Kusnetz, S.Publisher: Lexington, MA * Lexington Books;Source: Chap. 7, pp. 123-153. In: Beschner, G. and Friedman, A. S. Teen drug use. x + 243 pp.Year: 1986
Title: SIBS: the forgotten family members.Author(s): Hull-Mast, N. and Purcell, D.Publisher: Park Ridge, IL * Parkside Publishing;Source: 90 pp.Year: 1989
Title: Signs and symptoms: what to look for, what to do--adolescent drug and alcohol use.Publisher: Minneapolis, MN * Community Intervention;Source: 22 pp.Year: 1986
Title: Six skills to use with families affected by substance abuse.Author(s): Ligon, J.Year: 2004Journal: EAP Digest 24(4): 22-25ISSN: 0273-8910Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Solutions step by step: a substance abuse treatment manualAuthor(s): Berg, I. M. and Reuss, N. H.Publisher: New York * W.W. Norton and Co.;Format: M.4Source: 185 pp.Year: 1998
Title: Special considerations for dually diagnosed schizophrenics and their families.Author(s): Hien, D.Publisher: New York * Plenum Medical Book Co.;Source: Chap. 10, pp. 193-214. In: Solomon, J., Zimberg, S. and Shollar, E., eds. Dual diagnosis: evaluation, treatment, training, and program development. xxiv + 322 pp.Year: 1993
Title: Stepfamilies and substance abuse: unique treatment consideration.Author(s): Anderson, J. Z.Publisher: Boston * Allyn and Bacon;Source: Chap. 11, pp. 172-189. In: Kaufman, E. and Kaufmann, P., eds. Family therapy of drug and alcohol abuse. 2d ed. xiv + 319 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Steps and strategies at the county level: the Montgomery County experience in Maryland.Author(s): Luongo, P. F.Publisher: Rockville, MDSource: Pp. 157-161. In: Office for Treatment Improvement. Empowering families, helping adolescents. (Technical Assistance Publ. Series No. 6.) xi + 204 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Steps toward family-centered adolescent treatment: a program self-assessment checklist.Author(s): Ooms, T. and Snyder, W.Publisher: Rockville, MDSource: Pp. 171-179. In: Office for Treatment Improvement. Empowering families, helping adolescents. (Technical Assistance Publ. Series No. 6.) xi + 204 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Strategic inpatient family therapy with adolescent substance abusers: the Fox System.Author(s): Fox, M. R.Publisher: Boston * Allyn and BaconSource: Chap. 9, pp. 190-208. In: Todd, T. C. and Selekman, M. D., eds. Family therapy approaches with adolescent substance abusers. xvi + 334 pp.Year: 1991
Title: The strengthening families program for the prevention of delinquency and drug use.Author(s): Kumpfer, K. L., Molgaard, V. and Spoth, R.Publisher: Thousand Oaks, CA * Sage PublicationsSource: Chap. 11, pp. 241-267. In: Peters, R. DeV. and McMahon, R. J., eds. Preventing childhood disorders, substance abuse, and delinquency. (Banff International Behavioral Science Series, vol. 3.) xxvi + 374 pp.Year: 1996
Title: Structural family therapy.Author(s): Szapocznik, J. and COSSMHO.Publisher: Rockville, MDSource: Pp. 41-74. In: Center for Substance Abuse Prevention. A Hispanic/Latino family approach to substance abuse prevention. (CSAP Cultural Competence Series 2.) xiv + 207 pp.Year: 1994
Title: Structural-strategic family therapy with drug addicts.Author(s): Stanton, M. D. and Todd, T. C.Publisher: Boston * Allyn and Bacon;Source: Chap. 4, pp. 46-62. In: Kaufman, E. and Kaufmann, P., eds. Family therapy of drug and alcohol abuse. 2d ed. xiv + 319 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Structured inpatient treatment: coping-skills training approach.Author(s): Kadden, R. M. and Penta, C. R.Publisher: New York * Guilford Press;Source: Chap. 16, pp. 295-313. In: Washton, A. M., ed. Psychotherapy and substance abuse: a practitioner's handbook. xi + 500 pp.Year: 1995
Title: Structured intervention: new data validate an old strategyAuthor(s): Scanlon, W. E.Year: 2003Journal: Addiction Professional 1(3): 36-42ISSN: 1542-8435Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Substance abuse and addiction.Author(s): Ranew, L. F. and Serritella, D. A.Publisher: Boston * Allyn and BaconSource: Chap. 5, pp. 84-96. In: L'Abate, L., Farrar, J. E. and Serritella, D. A., eds. Handbook of differential treatments for addictions. xii + 337 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Substance abuse and child welfare: clear linkages and promising responsesAuthor(s): Semidei, J., Radel, L. F. and Nolan, C.Publisher: Washington * Child Welfare League of AmericaSource: pp. 109-128. In: Young, N. K., Wingfield, K. and Klempner, T., eds. Serving children, youth, and families with alcohol and other drug-related problems in child welfare. (Child Welfare, vol. 80, no. 2) pp. 99-302.Year: 2001
Title: Substance abuse and the family.Author(s): Murphy, J. P.Publisher: Greenville * East Carolina University Regional Training CenterSource: Pp. 16-22. In: Adolescent substance abuse and the family. 225 pp.Year: 1990
Title: Substance abuse and stress-coping resources: a life contextual clinical viewpoint.Author(s): Hawkins, R. C., 2d.Publisher: New York * Brunner/MazelSource: Chap 9, pp. 127-158. In: Wallace, B. C., ed. The chemically dependent: phases of treatment and recovery. xix + 364 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Substance abuse, brain injury, and family adjustment.Author(s): Sparadeo, F. R., Strauss, D. and Kapsalis, K. B.Publisher: Reading, MA * Andover Medical Publishers;Source: Pp. 65-73. In: Heinemann, A. W., ed. Substance abuse. (NeuroRehabilitation, Vol. 2, No. 1.) 82 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Substance abuse counselingAuthor(s): Lewis, J. A., Dana, R. Q. and Blevins, G. A.Publisher: Pacific Grove, CA * Brooks/ColeSource: 3d ed. x + 227 pp.Year: 2002
Title: Substance abuse counseling: an individualized approach.Author(s): Lewis, J. A., Dana, R. Q. and Blevins, G. A.Publisher: Pacific Grove, CA * Brooks/Cole Publishing Co.;Source: 2d ed. x + 287 pp.Year: 1994
Title: Substance abuse counseling; theory and practice. 2nd ed.Author(s): Stevens, P. and Smith, R. L.Publisher: Upper Saddle River, NJ * Merrill Prentice HallSource: xx + 364 pp.Year: 2001
Title: Substance abuse: from principles to practiceAuthor(s): McDowell, D. M. and Spitz, H. I.Publisher: Philadelphia * Brunner/MazelFormat: Manual.4.Source: xiii + 312 pp.Year: 1999
Title: Substance abuse in adolescents & young adults: a guide to treatment.Author(s): Nowinski, J.Publisher: New York * W. W. Norton;Source: xvi + 246 pp.Year: 1990
Title: Substance abuse: information for school counselors, social workers, therapists, and counselorsAuthor(s): Fisher, G. L. and Harrison, T. C.Publisher: Boston * Allyn and BaconFormat: Manual. 4.Source: 2d ed. x + 372 pp.Year: 2000
Title: Substance abuse intervention, prevention, rehabilitation, and systems change strategies: helping individuals, families, and groups to empower themselvesAuthor(s): Freeman, E. M.Publisher: New York * Columbia University PressSource: xix + 487 pp.Year: 2001
Title: Substance abuse: a multi-dimensional assessment and treatment approach.Author(s): Moyers, P. A.Publisher: Thorofare, NJ * SLACK Inc.;Source: xii + 204 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Substance abuse: pharmacologic and developmental perspectives.Author(s): Taylor, P., Jr.Publisher: Springfield, IL * Charles C. ThomasSource: ix + 120 pp.Year: 1988
Title: Substance abuse treatment and family therapy. Treatment Improvement Protocol (TIP) Series 39.Author(s): Center for Substance Abuse Treatment.Publisher: Washington * Govt. Print. Off.;Format: Manual. 4Source: xxiv + 232 pp.Year: 2004
Title: Substance abuse treatment and the stages of change: selecting and planning interventionsAuthor(s): Connors, G. J., Donovan, D. M. and DiClemente, C. C.Publisher: New York * Guilford PressSource: xiii + 274 pp.Year: 2001
Title: Substance abuse treatment: continuum of care in services to families.Author(s): Freeman, E. M.Publisher: Newbury Park, CA * SAGE Publications;Source: Chap. 1, pp. 1-20. In: Freeman, E. M., ed. Substance abuse treatment: a family systems perspective. (Sage Sourcebooks for the Human Services Series, Vol. 25.) xv + 316 pp.Year: 1993
Title: Substance abuse treatment for criminal offenders: an evidence-based guide for practitioners.Author(s): Springer, D.W., McNeece, C.A. and Arnold, E.M.Publisher: Washington * American Psychological Association;Year: 2003
Title: Substance abuse treatment with clients of French backgroundAuthor(s): Abbott, A. A.Publisher: New York * Guilford PressSource: Chap. 9, pp. 180-198. In: Straussner, S. L. A., ed. Ethnocultural factors in substance abuse treatment. xv + 447 pp.Year: 2001
Title: Substance dependency treatment for adolescents: practice and researchAuthor(s): Jainchill, N.Year: 2000Journal: Substance Use and Misuse 35(12-14): 2031-2060ISSN: 1082-6084Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Substance use among children and adolescents: its nature, extent, and effects from conception to adulthood.Author(s): Pagliaro, A. M. and Pagliaro, L. A.Publisher: New York * John Wiley & Sons;Source: vii + 407 pp.Year: 1996
Title: Substance use among women: a reference and resource guideAuthor(s): Pagliaro, A. M. and Pagliaro, L. A.Publisher: Philadelphia * Brunner/MazelSource: xix + 349 pp.Year: 1999
Title: Substance use disorders: assessment and treatmentAuthor(s): Dodgen, C. E. and Shea, W. M.Publisher: San Diego * Academic PressSource: xvi + 173 pp.Year: 2000
Title: Substance use problems and the family.Author(s): Boudreau, R.J.Publisher: Toronto * Centre for Addiction and Mental HealthSource: Ch. 21, pp. 483-494. In: Harrison, S. and Carver, V., eds. Alcohol and drug problems: a practical guide for counsellors. 3d ed. xvi + 768 pp.Year: 2004
Title: Support groups that work: planning and running support groups for young people from alcohol and other substance abusing familiesAuthor(s): Richardson, B. and Weinstein, N.Publisher: New York * Children of Alcoholics Foundation;Source: 57 pp.Year: 1997
Title: Surviving addiction: a guide for alcoholics, drug addicts, and their families.Author(s): Daley, D. C.Publisher: New York * Gardner PressSource: xix + 251 pp.Year: 1988
Title: Surviving addiction: a guide for alcoholics, drug addicts, and their families.Author(s): Daley, D.Publisher: New York * Gardner Press;Source: xv + 251 pp.Year: 1988
Title: Taking charge: how families can climb out of the chaos of addiction.Author(s): Schlesigner, S. E. and Horberg, L. K.Publisher: New York * Simon & Schuster;Source: 283 pp.Year: 1988
Title: Taking charge: how families can climb out of the chaos of addiction and flourish.Author(s): Schlesinger, S. E. and Horberg, L. K.Publisher: New York * FiresideSource: 283 pp.Year: 1988
Title: Taking control: a practical family guide to dealing with chemical dependency.Author(s): Daley, D. C. and Miller, J.Publisher: Holmes Beach, FL * Learning Publications, Inc.;Source: 216 pp.Year: 1993
Title: Talking about partners so that we can talk about substances. Is codependence the other face of addiction? First part: the state of the art.Author(s): Zavan, V., Brambilla, C. and Cibin, M.Year: 1997Journal: Alcologia 9: 191-194,ISSN: 0394-9826Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Taming the chemical monsters: cybernetic-systemic therapy with adolescent substance abusers.Author(s): Selekman, M.Publisher: Gaithersburg, MD * Aspen Publishers;Source: Chap. 12, pp. 187-196. In: Lawson, G. W. and Lawson, A. W., eds. Adolescent substance abuse: etiology, treatment, and prevention. xviii + 532 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Teaching parenting skills.Author(s): O'Gorman, P.Year: 1990Journal: Counselor, Arlington, VA 8 (No. 1): 20-21, 45,
Title: Teaching resiliency theory to substance abuse counselors.Author(s): Ward, K.Year: 2003Journal: Journal of Teaching in the Addictions 2(2): 17-31ISSN: 1533-2705Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Technology transfer of network therapy to community-based addictions counselorsAuthor(s): Keller, D. S. and Galanter, M.Year: 1999Journal: Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment 16(2): 183-189ISSN: 0740-5472Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: The Teen Substance Abuse Treatment Program: program design, treatment issues, and client characteristicsAuthor(s): Stevens, S. J.Estrada, B. D., Carter, T., Reinardy, L., Seitz, V. and Swartz, T.Publisher: New York * Haworth PressSource: Chap. 2, pp. 37-56. In: Stevens, S. J. and Morral, A. R., eds. Adolescent substance abuse treatment in the United States: exemplary models from a national evaluation study. xix + 296 pp.Year: 2003
Title: Testing a longitudinal model of the influence of family problem factors on high risk youths' troubled behavior: a replication and updateAuthor(s): Dembo, R., Wothke, W., Shemwell, M., Pacheco, K., Seeberger, W., Rollie, M., Schmeidler, J., Klein, L., Hartsfield, A., et al.Year: 2000Journal: Journal of Child and Adolescent Substance Abuse 10(2): 9-22ISSN: 1067-828XGet it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Theoretical bases of family approaches to substance abuse treatment.Author(s): McCrady, B.S., Epstein, E.E. and Sell, R.D.Publisher: New York * Guilford PressSource: Chap. 5, pp. 112-139. In: Rotgers, F., Morgenstern, J. and Walters, S.T., eds. Treating substance abuse: theory and technique. 2d ed. x + 374 pp.Year: 2003
Title: Theoretical bases of family approaches to substance abuse treatment.Author(s): McCrady, B. S. and Epstein, E. E.Publisher: New York * The Guilford Press;Source: Chap. 5, pp. 117-142. In: Rotgers, F., Keller, D. S. and Morgenstern, J., eds. Treating substance abuse: theory and technique. viii + 328 pp.Year: 1996
Title: The therapeutic community: a successful approach for treating substance abusers.Author(s): Yablonsky, L.Publisher: New York * Gardner PressSource: xiv + 220 pp.Year: 1989
Title: Therapeutic community (TC): a coming of age.Author(s): OBrien, W. B. and Biase, D. V.Publisher: Baltimore * Williams & Wilkins;Source: Chap. 34, pp. 446-457. In: Lowinson, J. H., Ruiz, P. and Millman, R. B., eds. Substance abuse: a comprehensive textbook. 2d ed. xxvi + 1110 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Therapeutic strategies for treating addiction: from slavery to freedomAuthor(s): Levin, J. D.Publisher: Northvale, NJ * Jason AronsonSource: xxi + 521 pp.Year: 2001
Title: Therapist's guide to substance abuse intervention.Author(s): Johnson, S.L.Publisher: San Diego * Academic Press;Source: xix + 669 pp.Year: 2003
Title: Therapy for the chemically dependent family.Author(s): Schroeder, E.Year: 1989Journal: Journal of Chemical Dependency Treatment 2 (No. 1): 95-129,ISSN: 0885-4734Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Therapy manuals for drug addiction. Manual 5: Brief strategic family therapy for adolescent drug abuse.Author(s): Szapocznik, J., Hervis, O. and Schwartz, S.Publisher: Bethesda, MD * National Institute on Drug Abuse;Format: Manual 4.Source: vi + 87 pp.Year: 2003
Title: Therapy with families of adolescent substance abusers.Author(s): Stanton, M. D. and Landau-Staton, J.Publisher: Lexington, MA * Lexington BooksSource: Chap. 19, pp. 329-339. In: Milkman, H. B. and Sederer, L. I., eds. Treatment choices for alcoholism and substance abuse. xxxii + 395 pp.Year: 1990
Title: Time-effective treatment: a manual for substance abuse professionals.Author(s): Chiauzzi, E., Villapiano, A.J., Budman, S.H. and Goldman, R.Publisher: Center City, MN * Hazelden;Format: Manual. 4Source: viii + 312 pp.Year: 2003
Title: Tough love: how parents can deal with drug abuse.Author(s): Neff, P.Publisher: Nashville * Abingdon Press;Source: Rev. ed. 158 pp.Year: 1996
Title: Training families to do a successful intervention: a professional's guide.Publisher: Minneapolis * Johnson Institute;Format: Manual. 4.Source: xiv + 152 pp.Year: 1996
Title: Transitional recovery.Author(s): Seybold, L. R.Publisher: Washington * Govt Print. Off.;Source: Pp. 57-62. In: Center for Substance Abuse Treatment. Rural issues in alcohol and other drug abuse treatment. (Technical Assistance Publ. Series 10.) v + 68 pp.Year: 1994
Title: Transporting a research-based adolescent drug treatment into practiceAuthor(s): Liddle, H. A., Rowe, C. L., Quille, T. J., Dakof, G. A., Mills, D. S., Sakran, E. and Biaggi, H.Year: 2002Journal: Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment 22(4): 231-243ISSN: 0740-5472Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Treating addicted survivors of trauma.Author(s): Evans, K. and Sullivan, J. M.Publisher: New York * The Guilford Press;Source: xv + 283 pp.Year: 1995
Title: Treating adolescent drug abuse: a comparison of family systems therapy, group therapy, and family drug education.Author(s): Joanning, H., Quinn, W., Thomas, F. and Mullen, R.Year: 1992Journal: Journal of Marital and Family Therapy 18: 345-356,
Title: Treating adolescent substance abuse: understanding the fundamental elements.Author(s): Ross, G. R.Publisher: Boston * Allyn and Bacon;Source: xviii + 238 pp.Year: 1994
Title: Treating chemical-dependent couples and families.Author(s): Stellato-Kabat, D., Stellato-Kabat, J. and Garrett, J.Publisher: New York * Guilford Press;Source: Chap. 17, pp. 314-336. In: Washton, A. M., ed. Psychotherapy and substance abuse: a practitioner's handbook. xi + 500 pp.Year: 1995
Title: Treating chemically dependent children and adolescents.Author(s): Smith, T. E.Publisher: Englewood Cliffs, NJ * Prentice Hall;Source: Chap. 9, pp. 199-213. In: McNeece, C. A. and DiNitto, D. M. Chemical dependency: a systems approach. xiv + 413 pp.Year: 1994
Title: Treating co-dependency in early alcoholism and/or drug dependency.Year: 1989Journal: Addiction Letter 5 (No. 7): 3,ISSN: 8756-405XGet it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Treating co-occurring disorders: a handbook for mental health and substance abuse professionals.Author(s): Hendrickson, E.L., Schmal, M.S. and Ekleberry, S.C.Publisher: New York * Haworth PressSource: xiv + 243 pp.Year: 2004
Title: Treating drinkers and drug users in the community.Author(s): Waller, T. and Rumball, D.Publisher: Oxford, UK * Blackwell ScienceSource: xxi + 457 pp.Year: 2004
Title: Treating dual problems of partner violence and substance abuseAuthor(s): Downs, W. R. and Miller, B. A.Publisher: New York * Brunner-RoutledgeSource: Chap. 12, pp. 254-274. In: Wekerle, C. and Wall, A-M., eds. The violence and addiction equation: theoretical and clinical issues in substance abuse and relationship violence. xii + 376 pp.Year: 2002
Title: Treating the familyAuthor(s): Waldron, H. B. and Slesnick, N.Publisher: New York * Plenum PressSource: Chap. 20, pp. 271-283. In: Miller, W. R. and Heather, N., eds. Treating addictive behaviors. 2d ed. xii + 357pp.Year: 1998
Title: Treating individuals and families for alcohol/other drug problems in an intensive outpatient settingAuthor(s): Samford, B., Vaughn, M., Shumway, S., Jefferies, V. and Arredondo, R.Year: 2001Journal: Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly 19(4): 65-80ISSN: 0734-7324Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Treating the marijuana-dependent person.Author(s): DeSilver, R., DuPont, R. L. and Russell, G. K., eds.Publisher: Rockville, MD * American Council on Marijuana and Other Psychoactive DrugsSource: 59 pp.Year: 1981
Title: Treating patients with alcohol and other drug problems: an integrated approachAuthor(s): Margolis, R. D. and Zweben, J. E.Publisher: Washington * American Psychological Assoc.;Source: ix + 358pp.Year: 1998
Title: Treatment.Author(s): President's Commission on Model State Drug Laws.Publisher: Washington * Office of National Drug Control Policy;Source: x + 186 pp.Year: 1993