Patterns of Change in Collaboration Are Associated with Baseline Characteristics and Predict Outcome and Dropout Rates in Treatment of Multi-Problem Families. A Validation Study

@inproceedings{Bachler2017PatternsOC,
  title={Patterns of Change in Collaboration Are Associated with Baseline Characteristics and Predict Outcome and Dropout Rates in Treatment of Multi-Problem Families. A Validation Study},
  author={Egon Bachler and Alexander Fruehmann and Dr. med. univ. Herbert Johann Bachler and Benjamin Aas and Marius K. Nickel and Guenter Karl Schiepek},
  booktitle={Front. Psychol.},
  year={2017}
}
Objective: The present study validates the Multi-Problem Family (MPF)-Collaboration Scale), which measures the progress of goal directed collaboration of patients in the treatment of families with MPF and its relation to drop-out rates and treatment outcome. Method: Naturalistic study of symptom and competence-related changes in children of ages 4-18 and their caregivers. Setting: Integrative, structural outreach family therapy. Measures: The data of five different groups of goal directed… CONTINUE READING

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