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Treatment and relapse prevention for adolescent substance abuse

Treatment and relapse prevention for adolescent substance abuse

Pediatric Clinics of North America 49(2): 345-52, Vi

Treatment of adolescent substance use varies with the stage of involvement. Treatment of Substance Abuse or Dependency Disorder involves family treatments, cognitive behavioral techniques, motivation interviewing and 12-step approaches. The most common pathway to relapse involves being around alcohol/drug using peers.

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Accession: 035980046

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PMID: 11993287

DOI: 10.1016/S0031-3955(01)00008-6

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