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(p. 72) The Effects of Psychotherapy: Empirically Supported Treatments 

(p. 72) The Effects of Psychotherapy: Empirically Supported Treatments
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(p. 72) The Effects of Psychotherapy: Empirically Supported Treatments
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Alan E. Kazdin

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780195126181.003.0005
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date: 25 January 2021

Chapter 5 examines the effects of psychotherapy: empirically supported treatments, those treatments supported by empirical research. The chapter considers the historical context of identifying empirically supported treatments, the different meanings of this term, and specific treatments designated for children and adolescents. Limitations of empirically-supported treatments and how such treatments are conceived, identified, and evaluated are described.

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