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|Título:||Factors relating to the use of family therapy with adolescent marijuana abusers|
|Autor(es):||Smith, Thomas E.|
Malespin, Thallia S.
Pereira, M. Graça
Richards, Kristin V.
Barriers to access
|Editora:||Springer Science+Business Media|
|Revista:||Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal|
|Resumo(s):||This study reported on the results of the use of family therapy by marijuana-abusing adolescents. The investigators used a statewide each admission for state supported services. Data on 38,281 adolescent admissions were reported on their age at first use, age of admission, severity of use, ethnic and racial attributes, gender, place of residence, employment status, insurance coverage, and presence of comorbid conditions. The results showed that adolescents most likely to use family therapy were unemployed, white, less than 13 years of age, living in urban areas, experienced in marijuana use and have been judged to have a comorbid condition. Insurance coverage or gender did not influence the likelihood for adolescents to receive family therapy. The authors make recommendations on reducing the barriers to access to family therapy that were found by this study.|
|Versão da editora:||https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10560-015-0417-1|
|Aparece nas coleções:||CIPsi - Artigos (Papers)|
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