Family Therapy Review: Preparing for Comprehensive and Licensing Examinations

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Subject Index

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12-Step Model, 387, 450
Accommodation, 138
Ackerman, Nathan, 128
Adderall, 102
Adler, Alfred, 118–120
Adlerian family therapy, 118–122
Adolescent substance use: See also Alcohol and other drug dependencies comorbid disorders, 376 effects of, 374–375 gateway hypothesis, 378, 388 gender differences, 373 health risks, 375–376 other substances, 373 prevalence of, 372 prevention programs, 384–385, 388 protective factors, 382–383, 388 psychosocial functioning, 376–377 risk factors, 379–382, 388 subgroup trends, 374 substance abuse, 378 substance dependence, 378 tobacco, alcohol and marijuana, 372–373 treatment approaches, 385–387
Affect, 70, 84
Ainsworth, Mary, 29
Alcohol and other drug dependencies: See also Adolescent substance use amphetamines, 436, 454 anxiolytics, 436, 454 behavioral couple therapy, 450 case management, 444–445 chemically dependent person (CDP), 448–449 definitions of, 436 diagnosis of, 437 economic costs, 447 effects on family, 445–447 group treatment, 443–444 hallucinogens, 436, 454 individual treatment, 444 inhalants, 436, 454 Johnson interview technique, 448 medication treatments, 442–443 mental disorders, 438–439 multiple system approach, 452 outpatient treatment, 440–441 phencyclidine, 436, 454 positive treatment outcome, 453–454 prevention/early intervention, 440 psychoactive drugs, 436 relapse prevention/supportive housing, 453–454 relational intervention sequence for engagement (ARISE), 449–450 residential treatment, 441 self-help groups, 445 structural family therapy, 451–452
Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test (AUDIT), 437
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), 450
Alexander, James, 144
Alienation from experience, 158, 160

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