alexa Attachment Disorder Associated Drug And Substances Abuse
ISSN: 2155-6105

Journal of Addiction Research & Therapy
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5th International Conference and Exhibition on Addiction Research & Therapy
October 03-05, 2016 Atlanta, USA

Prapapun Chucharoen
Mahidol University, Thailand
ScientificTracks Abstracts: J Addict Res Ther
DOI: 10.4172/2155-6105.C1.027
There is also an increased risk of Drug and Substances Abuse among youths. Family is key factor affect using substances. The family remains the primary source of attachment, nurturing, and socialization for humans in society. When babies are born they rely on parents or caregivers to protect them, care for them and look after both their emotional and physical needs. Attachment was forming. This attachment helps children learn to love and trust others. In addition regulate emotions and develop healthy in later of life. In this present study we examine attachment disorder in youth who were drugs and substance abuse. The Cross sectional studies were used. There were 250 patients who were collected. The validity of questionnaire were proved by specialists in order to correct the content and also to guide, introduce the researcher to improve and complete the language. For reliability, we tried out with any group which lock like real group such as 30 narcotics patient and calculated the reliability by seeking Cronbach’s Coefficent of Alpha ≥0.7. Data were analyzed by using descriptive statistics, and Chi-square test was used to determine association between independent and dependent variables. The majority of patients were male (67.7 %), with age range between 20-29 years (53.2 %), single (60 %), primary education level (48 %), general employee (63.2 %), family income between 5,001-10,000 baht (53.2 %), The patient were methamphetamine addict (94 %), drug using between 2-5 years (38.8 %), and reside together with parents (30.4%). Most of the patients were neglected and abuse from family members. It is found that domestic violence associated with attachment disorder. This research revealed that relationships among family member are key factor of drug and substances prevention. KEY WORDS: Addiction Treatment, Attachment, Drug and Substances abuse.

She completed Ph.D. in Neuroscience at the age of 38 years from Mahidol University. She had received National excellent award in academic for addiction 2015. She is the director of Master of Arts program in Addiction Studies, ASEAN Institute for Health Development, Mahidol University, Thailand. This is the only Master Program in addiction studies in Southeast Asia. Our program aimed to create social leader/ practitioner in the field of addiction studies. Those who graduate from the program will be capable of practicing as well as conducting research in this discipline in order to support the social environment of a country with respect to the prevention and alleviation of narcotics and others addiction problems. The therapy and rehabilitation of addicts is also included in the curriculum. She had published more than 30 papers in journals and serving as an editorial board member of Journal of Public Health and Development Thailand.

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