alexa Evaluation of an Internet addiction treatment program for Chinese adolescents in Hong Kong.
Psychiatry

Psychiatry

Journal of Addiction Research & Therapy

Author(s): Shek DT, Tang VM, Lo CY

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Abstract This paper described an indigenous multi-level counseling program designed for young people with Internet addiction problems based on the responses of 59 clients. Regarding objective outcome evaluation, pretest and posttest data generally showed that the Internet addiction problems of the participants decreased after joining the program and there were some slight positive changes in the parenting attributes. For the subjective outcome evaluation findings, participants generally perceived that the program was helpful. Findings based on these two evaluation strategies suggest this multi-level indigenous counseling program has promise for helping young people with Internet addiction problems.
This article was published in Adolescence and referenced in Journal of Addiction Research & Therapy

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