Supporting Parents in Treatment for Opioid Use Disorder: Lessons Learned from Developmental Science on Parenting and AdolescenceFebruary 10, 2023
Parents still matter during our adolescent years. Guest bloggers Estelle Berger, Camille Cioffi, and Leslie Leve offer research-based recommendations for supporting youth and their parents in treatment for opioid use disorder.
CDA’s Digital Communications Intern Allyson Nesmith explains how this renegotiation of family roles and responsibilities can be handled in ways that end up preparing us for healthy relationships throughout our lives.
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National Scientific Council member Dr. Leslie Leve, University of Oregon, spoke recently about how research can pinpoint the “key ingredients” that make more effective programs and interventions for youth.
It might seem like a paradox, but successfully transitioning to being an independent adult requires support from and close connections with peers and trusted adults. Our brilliant Digital Communications Intern Allyson Nesmith writes about the importance of this support as she approaches college graduation.