Drug and Alcohol Abuse: The Authoritative Guide for Parents, Teachers, and Counselors

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Drug and
Alcohol Abuse
The Authoritative Guide for
Parents, Teachers,
and Counselors

H. Thomas Milhorn, Jr., M.D., Ph.D.

PERSEUS BOOKS Cambridge, Massachusetts

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • I - Background 1
  • 1 - Introduction 3
  • 2 - What Are Drugs of Abuse? 13
  • 3 - How Do Drugs of Abuse Differ from Other Drugs? 19
  • 4 - Is Alcoholism Truly a Disease? 31
  • 5 - Why Do Adolescents Abuse Drugs? 45
  • 7 - The Parent's Role 61
  • 8 - The Teacher/Counselor's Role 85
  • III - The Effects and Treatment of Drug and Alcohol Abuse 117
  • 10 - What Can I Do If My Child is Abusing Drugs? 119
  • 11 - What Goes on in Treatment? 125
  • 12 - Do Young Women Have Special Issues? 145
  • 13 - What Help is Available for the Rest of the Family? 159
  • 14 - What Happens When My Child Comes Home from Treatment? 171
  • 15 - What If Drugs Are Used Again? 187
  • 16 - Does Drug Abuse Cause Mental Problems? 195
  • 17 - How Are Drugs of Abuse and AIDS Related? 209
  • 18 - Do I Have Problems of My Own Which I Need to Work On? 215
  • IV - Drugs of Abuse 225
  • 19 - Pharmacology of Drugs of Abuse 227
  • 20 - Alcohol 247
  • 21 - Other Depressants 255
  • 22 - Opioids 265
  • 23 - Cocaine 277
  • 24 - Nicotine 285
  • 25 - Other Stimulants 295
  • 26 - Cannabinoids 301
  • 27 - Phencyclidine 307
  • 28 - Inhalants 313
  • 29 - Anabolic Steroids 323
  • 30 - Hallucinogens 331
  • Epilogue 341
  • Appendixes 345
  • Glossary 357
  • References 367
  • Index 379
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