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A System of Care for Children's Mental Health: Expanding the Research Base
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Chapter 5: Measurement and Instrumentation

The Administrator’s Misconception: Subjective Perception vs.
Objective Measurement of the Number of Children
Participating in Multiple Treatment Programs
Steven M. Banks, John A. Pandiani, M. Christine Van Vleck

Measures of Child Strength and Family Functioning:
The Reliability and Validity of their Spanish Translations
Christine M. Walrath, Eileen Franco, Qinghong Liao

Assessing Trauma Exposure Using the Traumatic Events
Screening Inventory (TESI)
Mary Ann Kershaw, Ann Kelley, Jonathan Posnick

State Level Endeavors to Monitor CAFAS Outcomes and
Introduce Evidence Based Treatments
Chair: Kay Hodges

Symposium Introduction
Diagnosis and CAFAS Functioning for Medicaid-Funded Levels of Care in a Rural State
Helen Snyder & Warren B. Galbreath
Training State Mental Health Workers in Cognitive Behavioral Treatment for Depression:
A Pilot Study
Margaret Rea, Kay Hodges, Jim Wotring, Kerri Schultz, Bobette Schrandt, & Joan Asarnow
Maintaining Reliability in Ontario’s Outcome Initiative (CAFAS):
Rater Drift and Training Approaches
Melanie Barwick, Christine Omrin & Denice Basnett

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