BSFT

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AcronymDefinition
BSFTBrief Strategic Family Therapy (short-term, problem-focused intervention)
BSFTBoundary String Field Theory (physics)
BSFTByte Stream File Transfer
BSFTBachelor of Science in Food Technology (Philippines)
BSFTBrief Solution Focused Therapy
BSFTBlind Stochastic Feature Transformation
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They describe definitions, terminology, and historical trends in drug prevention; risk and protective factors; the prevention of conduct disorders and their connection to drug use and prevention; school-based drug use prevention programs, including life skills training and peer-led programs; family-based prevention programs, including brief strategic family therapy and family-centered prevention; prevention from an environmental and policy perspective; media campaigns, including lessons learned from tobacco prevention, the composition and delivery of specific messages, and program design, implementation, and evaluation; the evaluation of programs; and the dissemination of best practices.
Szapocznik's Brief Strategic Family Therapy (BSFT; Szapocznik, Hervis, & Schwartz, 2003), an evidence-based counseling model undergirded by family systems theory, was originally developed to address the uniqueness of each family system while targeting common organizational and hierarchical structures to facilitate change in adolescents with a range of behavioral (conduct disorder) and mental health concems (substance use disorders) and their families (Szapocznik & Williams, 2000).
Brief strategic family therapy versus community control: Engagement, retention, and an exploration of the moderating role of adolescent symptom severity.
Brief strategic family therapy that involved structural components (i.
Brief strategic family therapy is one approach which uses families and communities as strengths which aid in early substance abuse prevention and has been found efficacious in randomized clinical trials (Santisteban et al.
The efficacy of brief strategic family therapy in modifying Hispanic adolescent behavior problems and substance use.
These included Big Brothers Big Sisters (associated with a reduction in hitting), Multidimensional Treatment Foster Care (reduction in incarceration), Nurse-Family Partnership (reduction in arrests and crime), Project Towards No Drug Abuse (reduction in weapon carrying), Promoting Alternative Thinking Strategies (reduction in peer aggression), and Brief Strategic Family Therapy (reduction in conduct disorder and socialized aggression).
These included Big Brothers Big Sisters (associated with a reduction in hitting), Multidimensional Treatment Foster Care (reduction in incarceration), Nurse-Family Partnership (reduction in arrests and crime), Project Toward No Drug Abuse (reduction in weapon carrying), Promoting Alternative Thinking Strategies (reduction in peer aggression), and Brief Strategic Family Therapy (reduction in conduct disorder and socialized aggression).
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