Therapists Perspectives on the Effective Elements of Consultation Following Training

  title={Therapists Perspectives on the Effective Elements of Consultation Following Training},
  author={Rinad S. Beidas and Julie M. Edmunds and Carolyn C. Cannuscio and Mark Gallagher and Margaret Mary Downey and Philip C Kendall},
  journal={Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research},
Consultation is an effective implementation strategy to improve uptake of evidence-based practices for youth. However, little is known about what makes consultation effective. The present study used qualitative methods to explore therapists perspectives about consultation. We interviewed 50 therapists who had been trained 2 years prior in cognitive-behavioral therapy for child anxiety. Three themes emerged regarding effective elements of consultation: (1) connectedness with other therapists and… CONTINUE READING
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