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(p. 17) Implementation: Feedback and Guidelines 

(p. 17) Implementation: Feedback and Guidelines
(p. 17) Implementation: Feedback and Guidelines

David J. Kolko

and Eric M. Vernberg

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date: 27 July 2021

This chapter discusses implementation of the techniques covered in the Guide, their intent, and some of the sources for these techniques. It addresses who the Guide is intended for. The chapter states the importance of including and training mental health practitioners in the assessment and treatment of fire-involved youth, and collaboration with key community resources such as juvenile justice services, schools, child protective services, or fire departments. It provides a series of lessons learned from clinical practice. The chapter stresses integrating the practitioner’s clinical skills and knowledge with the information in the Guide, to best suit each individual case. It concludes with some home practice techniques for clients, and a discussion of how to use this Guide.

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