We Need a Paradigm Shift
Teen and young adult drug use is a growing epidemic and the way we have thought about teen drug use and when to refer to treatment certainly needs to be rethought.
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We can’t all be artists or writers, but what we can create is a positive mental narrative of situations, good or bad, that we find ourselves in daily as we weave in and out of pathways that reflect our lives’ changing circumstances.
Substance use and abuse (SUA) is a common and serious problem for adolescents. Although the rate of SUA among young people appears to be declining, approximately 50 percent of youth still report having used illegal drugs by the time they leave high school, including 25 percent who have used drugs other than marijuana such as hallucinogens, cocaine or ecstasy (Johnston, O’Malley, Miech, Bachman, & Schulenberg, 2014).
Featured In This Issue of Counselor Magazine
Mindfulness and Trigger Management
ESTs for Adolescents
Helping Adolescents Save Face
Children Affected By Addiction
JSAT: A Mobile Texting Aftercare Pilot Program
Collegiate Recovery Programs
Twelve Steps into Spirituality, Part I
Every once and a while it might be helpful to affirm some of the insights I’ve found helpful in upholding and maintaining my spiritual condition.
Behind the Counselor’s Door: Teenagers’ True Confessions, Trials, and Triumphs
While he enjoyed certain aspects of the field, Kevin Kuczynski eventually realized that his work in private practice counseling was “reactionary” to the damage that that had already been done to his clients.
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