A number of chapters have useful tables and figures as well as case illustrations and clinical examples. However, the book would benefit from the inclusion of more illustrative case vignettes and tables. The chapters are written in a very readable style by experts in their fields. In a brief format, the book presents a summary of material that should be helpful to all clinicians as well as to those focused on the treatment of adolescents. Particularly useful examples of methods of dealing with relapse in the course of treatment are given in Chapter 10, which offers two methods of dealing with relapse, the first based on the Adolescent Community Reinforcement Approach and the second based on multidimensional family therapy. Both examples give details of sessions, and both offer specific suggestions to address issues around relapse. Although the Adolescent Community Reinforcement Approach is primarily cognitive-behavioral while multidimensional family therapy is family-based and uses an integrated treatment approach, both have certain similarities, including a view of relapse as an opportunity for growth and learning, the collaboration of the therapist with the adolescent, and the utilization of family and other social systems. Another useful case vignette is given in the chapter entitled Assessment and Treatment of Internalizing Disorders. Although brief, this case vignette of a teenager who uses marijuana on a daily basis also includes a useful case discussion, which examines treatment goals, the treatment setting, treatment strategies, and the need to address comorbid depression, offering a useful view of an integrative treatment approach.