Druglink article 1996 – Speaking the same language by Neil Robertson

A peer education group in Edinburgh has recently sought to work with parents by carrying out discussion sessions with pre-existing parent groups. This is a continuation of its work with young people and has met with a great deal of success. Some parent groups, however, did not respond well to a young person’s perspective on drugs and more work will be needed to make sessions with such groups productive. A needs assessment found that parents recognised that their parenting skills should be targeted as an area for improvement

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