Parentalidad y prevención de consumo de drogas: Estado de la cuestión y retos de futuro


  • Moshe Israelashvili Tel Aviv University


Palabras clave:

consumo de drogas, prevención, padres, familia


El objetivo del artículo es proporcionar una descripción actualizada del conocimiento sobre el papel de la familia en la prevención del consumo de drogas en niños y jóvenes. La revisión de la literatura parte de la premisa que la incorporación de los padres a la prevención en los jóvenes es altamente aceptada. Se han desarrollado diferentes programas que incorporan la participación de los padres, algunos de los cuales reconocidos internacionalmente. Si bien hay evidencia que estos programas parentales son eficaces, varios temas aún necesitan mayor elaboración, incluyendo: ¿cuál es el mejor momento (en términos de la edad de los niños) para la participación de los padres en el proceso preventivo de los niños? ¿Qué nuevos caminos se pueden identificar para intervenir? ¿Cómo se puede fomentar la participación de la familia? Y especialmente, ¿cómo se puede alcanzar un equilibrio entre los principios genéricos de parentalidad positiva y las formas apropiadas, locales y sensibles de implementarlos entre las poblaciones no occidentales?


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Biografía del autor/a

Moshe Israelashvili, Tel Aviv University


School of Education


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