Book review of P. Barrett and T. Ollendick (2003) (eds.). Handbook of interventions that work with children and adolescents: Prevention and treatment
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|Title: ||Book review of P. Barrett and T. Ollendick (2003) (eds.). Handbook of interventions that work with children and adolescents: Prevention and treatment
||Authors: ||Carr, Alan
||Permanent link: ||http://hdl.handle.net/10197/6424
||Abstract: ||With growing recognition of the importance of evidence-based practice, in recent years there has been a steady stream of publications which aim to summarise the implications of treatment outcome research for routine clinical practice. These have come to be known among busy clinicians as "What Works?" books. Barrett and Ollendick’s volume on interventions that work with children and adolescents is a welcome addition to this emerging tradition.
||Type of material: ||Review
||Publisher: ||Taylor and Francis
||Copyright (published version): ||2004 Taylor and Francis
||Keywords: ||Clinical psychology;Interventions;Child psychology;Adolescent psychology
||Status of Item: ||Peer reviewed
|Appears in Collections:||Psychology Research Collection|
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