Treatment for Marijuana Problems
This chapter addresses ways to alleviate marijuana problems. Some of the intricacies of treatment research appear first, followed by a review of studies focused specifically on therapy for troubles that stem from smoking too much cannabis. Suggestions for ways to improve therapy follow, including descriptions of three promising treatments for substance abuse. These treatments include cognitive-behavioral therapy, twelve-step facilitation, and motivational interviewing.
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