This book presents a multilevel intervention and prevention program for at-risk adolescents and their families. Grounded in over 15 years of important clinical and developmental research, the Adolescent Transitions Program (ATP) has been nationally recognized as a best practice for strengthening families and reducing adolescent substance use and antisocial behavior. The major focus is to support parents' skills and motivation to reduce adolescent problem behavior and promote success. Spelling out the why, what, and how of this proactive, culturally informed intervention, the volume provides a solid scientific framework and all of the materials needed to implement the program in school or community settings. Included are illustrative case examples and an appendix featuring reproducible handouts and forms.smokers who quit did so without the aid of a therapist or behavior- change program. Careful examination of the process suggested aquot;stages of changeaquot;: When individuals make significant changes in behavior, they often go through a variety of emotionally ... For example, in making life changes, it is often helpful to have expert advice about where the efforts should be focused, or how to take realistic steps toanbsp;...
|Title||:||Intervening in Adolescent Problem Behavior|
|Author||:||Thomas J. Dishion, Kate Kavanagh|
|Publisher||:||Guilford Press - 2003|