Family-Centered Treatment for Women with Substance Use Disorders

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Adobe PDF Family-Centered Treatment for Women with Substance Use Disorders: History, Key Elements and Challenges
This 2007 monograph introduces the concepts and evolution of the field in providing a family-centered treatment approach for women and their families. It examines the role of family in the context of treatment for women and addresses the treatment needs of children and the inclusion of fathers, husbands, and other family members in treatment planning. The discussion includes key principles, components of service needs, modalities of treatment delivery, and challenges and solutions to establishing and operating family-centered treatment programs.

Related Topics

  • Behavioral Health
  • Children 0-5
  • Children 6-19
  • Extended Family
  • Fathers/Partners
  • Parenting
  • Treatment Models