addiction_chap_6 - Substance Abuse and Addictions

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3/28/2011 Continue from chap 6 Educational history Some research has indicated a link in academic failure and lack of commitment to school as risk factors for teen substance abuse. Karacostas and fisher (1993) found a higher proportion of students identified as learning disabled were at increased risk of chemical dependency more than non- disable peers. With teens, it is important to determine whether there have been gradual changes or decline in behavior or academic performance over time. AOD use/ abuse may increase incidences of suspensions, fighting, stealing, cheating, or truancy-again- has there been a sudden or gradual change in behavior? Work history may indicate current AOD problems that client has difficulty coping with Sudden or gradual changes in performance, attitude, or other changes may indicate AOD abuse. Boundary ambiguity/ p. Boss Social mores: when u not bath Equifinality: many beginning with similar and familiar end Ocuupational history o Increased or high absenteeism, moodiness, irritability, flashes of anger, and
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This note was uploaded on 04/24/2011 for the course RHAB 3975 taught by Professor Gomez during the Spring '11 term at North Texas.

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