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(p. 179) Novel Models of Delivery 2: Expanding Interventions and the Ways They Are Provided 

(p. 179) Novel Models of Delivery 2: Expanding Interventions and the Ways They Are Provided
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(p. 179) Novel Models of Delivery 2: Expanding Interventions and the Ways They Are Provided
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Alan E. Kazdin

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10.1093/med-psych/9780190463281.003.0008
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date: 26 April 2018

This chapter builds on the prior chapter with an additional set of models that can deliver psychosocial interventions and reach many people in need of services. The chapter covers six models: best-buy interventions, lifestyle changes, use of social media, entertainment-education, socially assistive robotics, and social network interventions. The chapter author describes the models, provides examples, and explains how they complement and improve on the dominant model of psychotherapy as a way of reaching people in need of services. Also emphasized is the importance of having multiple models to deliver psychosocial interventions.

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