A number of theories attempt to explain why people develop substance problems.Some theories focus on the concept of addiction, whereas others seek to understand the causes of problematic use in its wider sense.Many theories reflect wider questions regarding the nature of human personality.The perceived inadequacies of individual theories have led to the emergence of the bio-psycho-social paradigm, an integrated model.The importance for practitioners is that interventions are based on these different theoretical perspectives.
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