|How do you think involving families in treatment contributes to better treatment outcome?|
|7.||Contrast the Johnson Intervention and ARISE treatment engagement models.|
|8.||Describe two interventions used in behavioral couples therapy.|
|9.||What areas might a multisystemic approach focus on in working with a drug-abusing adolescent?|
|10.||Several factors are associated with better treatment outcome. What are they and how can family therapists promote them?|
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