Empirically Supported Treatments in Rural Community Mental Health Centers: A Preliminary Report on Current Utilization and Attitudes Toward Adoption

@article{Jameson2009EmpiricallyST,
  title={Empirically Supported Treatments in Rural Community Mental Health Centers: A Preliminary Report on Current Utilization and Attitudes Toward Adoption},
  author={John Paul Jameson and Dianne L Chambless and Michael Hungeling Brian Blank},
  journal={Community Mental Health Journal},
  year={2009},
  volume={45},
  pages={463-467}
}
Rural community mental health centers (CMHCs) face numerous problems that might be alleviated by the dissemination of empirically supported treatments (ESTs). The current study lays the groundwork for EST dissemination by examining current treatment practices in rural clinics as well as the attitudes of decision makers toward ESTs and perceived barriers to their adoption. Twenty-five rural and 38 non-rural clinical directors responded to a mailed survey. Rural respondents were as likely as non… CONTINUE READING

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