Child and Youth Therapy in BC
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The study of what conditions are most effective in child and adolescent therapy is one that is growing but much work has yet to be done. This work is a review of two current approaches to psychotherapy, evidence based practice and the common factors and then suggestions from each to combine the two in an attempt to provide effective child and adolescent therapy. This is done by first exploring evidence based practice, then common factors and merging the two with the use of outcome measures. These are applied to children and adolescents in literature findings and the research specific to working with the specific diagnosis children and adolescents face in British Columbia are explored and summarized.
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