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Chapter 11: Special Topics in Clinical Applications, Interventions and Professional Training

Not all Managed Health Care Plans are Created Equal: Differences in Mental Health Service Provision, Program Participation, and Outcomes Among Medicaid Program Participants
Sarah Hurley, Tim Goldsmith, George Lord

Symposium Overview: Examining Supports During the Transition to Adulthood Using Multiple Lenses

Chair: Maryann Davis
Symposium Introduction
Maryann Davis
National Picture of Transition Supports
Maryann Davis, Marian Butler
Voices of Youth in Transition in Massachusetts
Jonathan Delman, Jessel-Paul Smith
Factors Promoting Transitions in St. Louis County
Michael Polgar, Leopoldo J. Cabassa, David Gillespie
Young Adult Outcomes in a Community-Based Sample
Ann Vander Stoep
Outcomes From a Model Transition Program in Vermont
Hewitt B. “Rusty” Clark, Theodore Tighe, Olga Pschorr

Use of Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) among Children Recently Diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders
Susan E. Levy, David S. Mandell, Stephanie Merhar, Richard F. Ittenbach, Jennifer A. Pinto-Martin

The Quality of the therapeutic Relationship and Youth Clinical Characteristics
Ann Doucette, Ana Regina Andrade, Mary Beth Rauktis, Luke McDonough, Lynne Boley

Therapeutic Alliance and Youth’s Aggressive Behavior
Ana Regina Andrade, Ann Doucette, Leonard Bickman, Mary Beth Rauktis, Luke McDonough, Joyce Kurnot, Lynn Boley

Training Students in a System-of-Care Model: Measuring the Effects of an Interdisciplinary Training Course on Student’s Attitudes
Shaun W. Davenport, Susan L. McCammon, David Dosser, D. Handron , J. Y. Powell, Sandra Spencer, Karl L. Wuensch, John Cope

Can a Brief Educational Intervention Change University Students’ Attitudes Toward Children with SED?
Scott W. Minor, Shawn Acheson, Harrison Kane

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