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(p. 211) Expanding Our Perspectives on Interventions, Models of Delivery, and Clinical Care 

(p. 211) Expanding Our Perspectives on Interventions, Models of Delivery, and Clinical Care
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(p. 211) Expanding Our Perspectives on Interventions, Models of Delivery, and Clinical Care
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Alan E. Kazdin

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10.1093/med-psych/9780190463281.003.0009
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date: 18 December 2018

This chapter considers topics that can assist in reducing the burdens of mental illness beyond the novel models of delivery discussed previously. The topics include the utility of expanding our interventions to include “weak” interventions that are low cost but highly scalable, providing special attention to those whose burdens are particularly great, promoting interventions that can affect both physical and mental health, targeting transmechanisms and early pathways leading to multiple disorders, and improving the base level of health in society. Stepped care is discussed in relation to sequencing interventions as well as models of delivery.

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