Volume 2010 No. 1

Vol 2010 no 1

Substance Abuse

Contemporary Family Systems Approach to Substance Abuse
Judith I. Adelson, Assistant Professor Psychology and Human Services, Lynn University
Paternal Alcoholism: Consequences for Female Children
Julia Dehn, Instructor, Behavioral Science Department, Dutchess Community College, NY
Addiction Treatment in the Era of Translational Medicine
Daniel K. Hall-Flavin, Terry D. Schneekloth, Mark A. Frye, David A. Mrazek
The Evolutionary Bases of Substance Use and Abuse
Christopher D. Kacir
Assessing the Consequences For Children and Families When a Parent Has A Problem With Substance Use and Abuse:  Considerations For Social Workers and Other Helping Professionals
Dennis Kimberley, Professor, School of Social Work, Memorial University, Newfoundland, Canada
You can be Anti-Drug and Pro-Reform
Peter J. Lewis, Lecturer in Criminology, Deakin University, Geelong, Victoria, Australia
Substance Abuse and the Criminal Law
Arnold H. Loewy
Substance Abuse Control:  How Do We Measure Success?
Jim Mann, Assistant Professor, Criminal Justice Program, Lamar University
Brain Changes in Substance Abuse: Implications for Treatment
Timothy W. Parker, Professor of Psychology, Augustana Campus, University of Alberta
Motivational Interviewing
William J. Payne, Associate Professor, Metropolitan State University
Selected Beliefs about Alcoholism and other Addictions Held by Recovering Psychologists
Fred Ponder, Diane Way, Christine A. Contreras and John Slate
Family of Origin Addiction Patterns Amongst Counseling and Psychology Students
Fred T. Ponder and John R. Slate
The significance of socio-political context on substance abuse risks and management
Lyn Talbot, Senior Lecturer, School of Public Health, La Trobe University, Australia.
Dispelling myths and developing a framework for reducing the risk of alcohol-exposed pregnancies
Suzanne Tough,Associate Professor, Faculty of Medicine, University of Calgary
Substance Abuse: Personal Construct Processes and Psychotherapy with Children and Adolescents
Deborah Truneckova and Linda L. Viney
The role of customs and beliefs in legitimating community development participation in Botoku, rural Ghana: implications for substance abuse prevention (Part 1 of 2)
Komla Tsey, The Cairns Institute, James Cook University, Australia
Tackling endemic substance abuse among Indigenous Australians: the contribution of values- based family empowerment education (Part 2 of 2)
Komla Tsey, The Cairns Institute, James Cook University, Australia.
The Brain Injury Definition of Addiction: Why and How the Drug Court Model of Treatment Works
William Zollweg, Professor of Sociology, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse