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The Philadelphia Inquirer: In Philadelphia’s Mental Health Clinics, Use of Evidence-based Therapies for Youth Psychiatric Treatment is Slow to Catch On, Despite Investments

“Previous research shows that children with depression, anxiety, trauma, and disruptive behavior disorders show greater and faster improvement when treated with practices like cognitive behavioral therapy, parent-child interaction therapy, or other scientifically tested therapies.
That’s why it’s so crucial for providers to be using these best practices, said Rinad Beidas, lead author of the study and an associate professor of psychiatry, medical ethics, and health policy at Penn’s Perelman School of Medicine.” Read more at The Philadelphia Inquirer, Penn Medicine, Psych Central, Medical XPress