This book will be particularly useful to beginning psychiatrists, psychologists, and social workers who are interested in an ecological approach to working with adolescents and their families. It provides a clear understanding of the purpose of various program phases, such as prevention, assessment, feedback, and intervention. Numerous examples are presented of what to say and how to interact at each level. Common issues that arise when working with adolescents, conducting parent groups, or developing a collaborative program in a school setting are also addressed in this book. Helpful checklists and guidelines are included in the appendixes.