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Treatment Considerations for Youth with SED, Mental Illnesses and Substance Use

These are characteristics associated with a higher likelihood of positive outcomes or those that reduce a risk factor’s impact. 

Risk factors Protective factors Individual risk factors None of the above

Which of the following are common risk factors for the development of mental illnesses and substance use disorders in youth and young adults?

Abuse and neglect Death of a loved one Community violence All of the Above

Refers to the experiences that causes intense physical and psychological stress reactions.

Trauma Schizophrenia Bipolar disorder None of the above

The following are the living conditions of a child/person who has Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs), EXCEPT?

Growing up in a household with substance misuse and/or mental health problems Stability due to harmonious parental relationship Household members being in jail or prison All of the above

Universal screening for mental substance abuse disorders should be a standard part of any primary care practice. Which of the following screening tools is NOT applicable?

Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD-7) Major Depressive Disorder Module of the Patient Health Questionnaire (PHQ-9) UNICODE CRAFFT

Youth and young adults experiencing co-occurring disorders commonly face difficulties accessing integrated services designed to access and treat their needs. This is due to which of the following reason/s?

Lack of access to health insurance or adequate insurance benefits Fragmented or uncoordinated care, especially for youth and young adults in foster, juvenile justice, or residential settings, or those experiencing homelessness. Limited cross training and education for mental health and substance use of professionals. All of the above

This principle provides a framework for teaching skills related to managing emotions, challenging negative thoughts and problem-solving.

Cognitive behavioral therapy Multidimensional family therapy (MDFT) Pharmacotherapy Psychotherapy

This refers to a discipline within psychotherapy and counseling that engages an individual along with their family members.

Cognitive behavioral therapy Multidimensional family therapy (MDFT) Pharmacotherapy Psychotherapy

Family-based therapy can be conducted in the following settings, EXCEPT:

Inpatient Juvenile Home Hospital

This refers to medications approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to treat a youth’s or young adult’s SED/SMI.

Cognitive behavioral therapy Multidimensional family therapy (MDFT) Pharmacotherapy Psychotherapy

The following are approved medications for youth and young adults who has obsessive-compulsive disorder, EXCEPT:

Fluoxetine Clomipramine Sertraline Duloxetine

It is a brief intervention designed to enhance an individual’s engagement in treatment, motivation to change, and self-efficacy by using non-judgmental approach of active listening, reflection, and evaluation of patient response.

Cognitive behavioral therapy Multidimensional family therapy (MDFT) Pharmacotherapy Motivational enhancement therapy

In assessing and responding to the specific needs of youth and young adults who has co-occurring major depressive disorder and SUD, which of the following strategies should be incorporated?

Compare the effectiveness of interventions in treating the individual’s presenting diagnoses. Consider the youth’s readiness to change Examine the youth’s developmental stage, and social determinants of health Assess family influences and characteristics

This strategy is known to be adaptable for multiple cultures, as the process of change and motivational enhancement can be tailored to the values, beliefs, and experiences of individuals from different ethnic, cultural, and racial backgrounds.

Motivational techniques Inspirational techniques Rehabilitation None of the above

It is defined as the extent to which the clinician delivering an intervention adheres to the protocol or program model intended by its developers.

Fidelity or Adherence Adaptation Implementation None of the above

This resource for family members provides a compendium of resources for parents of youth with SUD and related mental health issues, as well as online trainings and support groups.

The Child Mind Institute and Partnership for Drug-Free Kids The Partnership for Drug-Free Kids Beck Institute None of the above

This therapeutic technique is provided to improve family communication, functioning, problem-solving and emotion regulation, set clear expectations and consequences (good and bad), address school-based functioning, and keep youth out of the legal system (or hep them get out. Substance use monitoring is part of the treatment.

Cognitive behavioral therapy Multidimensional family therapy (MDFT) Pharmacotherapy Motivational enhancement therapy

It is an evidence-based, outpatient treatment program for youth and young adults with substance use disorders and co-occurring mental health issues.

Encompass Native Connections Seasons Center for Behavioral Health (Seasons) None of the above

It is an outpatient initiative that aims to reduce and prevent suicidal behavior and substance use, reduce the impact of trauma, and promote mental health among youth and young adults up to 24 years of age, using culturally- and trauma-informed treatment services.

Encompass Native Connections Seasons Center for Behavioral Health (Seasons) None of the above

This step process in the review methodology occurs thereafter once the practices were selected. The reviewers conduct a comprehensive review of published research on these practices to identify studies of the selected practices.

Practice selection Study Identification Study Review and rating Practice rating