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(p. 159) Novel Models of Delivery 1: Expanding the Ways of Providing Available Interventions 

(p. 159) Novel Models of Delivery 1: Expanding the Ways of Providing Available Interventions
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(p. 159) Novel Models of Delivery 1: Expanding the Ways of Providing Available Interventions
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Alan E. Kazdin

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10.1093/med-psych/9780190463281.003.0007
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date: 26 April 2018

This chapter presents models of delivery that complement and build on the dominant model of psychotherapy. The proposed models deliver available treatments but in novel ways. The models address key characteristics that will be required if interventions are to reach people in need of services. The models discussed in this chapter are task shifting and sharing, disruptive innovations, and delivering interventions in unconventional (everyday) settings. The chapter conveys that that to scale treatment to help large numbers and to reach special populations in need will require multiple models.

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