The view of an individual within the context of their family, living within a community, internalizing life through cultural lenses and all this connected to a larger societal influence (bio-ethno-gender-socio-economic status). All of this provides, the most plural, ‘US’ with the information needed to effectively do our work while transformationally empowering those we serve.
There is limited information about which type of therapy best for treating specific childhood mental disorders. Clinical outcome measures can help us observe the progress of a child with a mental disorder and improve the quality of treatments. The benefits of clinical outcome measures in routine evaluation is that they can capture a variety of different aspects of the child’s story and functioning. It is very useful in the evaluation of a child’s mental health status.
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