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Chapter 4: System Navigation and Clinical Outcomes in a System of Care
Attrition from Children’s Mental Health Treatment: A Review of Clinical Research and Practice
The Effects of Parent Participation on Child Psychotherapy Outcomes: A Meta-Analytic Review
Measuring Predicted Individual Improvement among Children Receiving Community-Based System of Care Services
Predicting the Treatment Prognosis of the Systems of Care Clients Based on their Baseline Ohio Scale Scores
Differential Effectiveness: A Closer Look at Home-Based Treatment Responders
Clinical and Non-Clinical Characteristics Associated with Medication Use among Children with Serious Emotional Disturbance
Who’s Minding the Meds: Prescribing Practices for Youthwith Serious Emotional Disturbance (SED) by Insurance Type
Symptom Onset and Patterns of Service Use among Youth with Conduct Disorder: Findings from the Great Smoky Mountains Study (GSMS) of Youth
Modeling Aftercare Decision-Making for Hospitalized Adolescents
The Relationship of Social Supports toward Adolescent Girl’s Resiliency in Families Receiving Welfare
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