Parent-Delivered CBT May Reduce Intervention Cost, but Questions Arise About Effectiveness
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CitationHungerford, Gabriela M., Lauren C. Santucci, and John R. Weisz. 2017. Parent-Delivered CBT May Reduce Intervention Cost, but Questions Arise About Effectiveness. Evidence-Based Medicine 22, no. 5 (October): 194.
AbstractCommentary on: Creswell C, Violato M, Fairbanks H, et al. Clinical outcomes and cost-effectiveness of brief guided parent-delivered cognitive behavioural therapy and solution-focused brief therapy for treatment of childhood anxiety disorders: a randomised controlled trial. Lancet Psychiatry 2017, no. 4: 529–539.
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