9780878226740 Family ties; a family-based intervention to complement Prepare, ART, and TIES youth groups.
What does FBI stand for?
FBI stands for Family-Based Intervention
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- First Base Home School Association (South Carolina)
- Flanged Button Head Socket Cap Screw
- Federation of British Hand Tool Manufacturers (UK)
- Federation of British Historic Vehicle Clubs
- Free Beer and Hot Wings (Radio Show)
- Fachbereich Informatik (German: department for computer science)
- Fairytale Believers Incorporated
- Faith Based Initiatives
- Faith Bible Institute
- Famous But Incompetent (common slang used by militia groups)
- Farm Bureau Insurance
- Fat Boys of Illinois
- Federal Building Industries Company LLC (Dubai, UAE)
- Federal Bureau of Investigation (US government)
- Fédération Biterroise d'Improvisation (French: Federation of Beziers Improvisation)
- Federation of British Industries
- Fee-Based Income
- Feedback Information (3GPP)
- Feedback Inhibition
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Asquino, will ensure students' success by providing intensive, bilingual academic support services, tutoring in math and science, help with college admissions, financial aid and college application assistance, after-school and vacation programs, and family-based interventions designed to increase students' academic success.
NewsScan #68 includes recently published NIDA-supported research on a variety of issues, including PTSD and marijuana use, how synapses are formed, the effect of family-based interventions on Hispanic youth, a new approach to developing pain relievers, the effect of constructive parenting behaviors, cocaine addiction treatment, how the genes in zebrafish advance knowledge of nicotine addiction and memories and nicotine use.
The most researched family-based intervention is found in the Strong African-American Families (SAAF) program, which increases protective factors that should prevent adolescents from using drugs.
The literature search identified 14 studies that met these criteria and which fell into five categories of treatment strategies: * Family-based interventions and multisystemic therapy; * Motivational enhancement therapy; * Behavioral therapy; * Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT); and * Pharmacotherapy.
Administering and monitoring the "traffic light" diet was shown to be effective and has been used as a family-based intervention, with parents helping to regulate the availability of "green", "yellow" and "red" foods.
As Kalil (2003) has explained, it is generally agreed in the field of family-based intervention that vulnerability factors are defined as early predictors of later, unfavourable outcomes for a child or family.