Trauma Systems Therapy: 15-Month Outcomes and the Importance of Effecting Environmental Change

@inproceedings{Ellis2012TraumaST,
  title={Trauma Systems Therapy: 15-Month Outcomes and the Importance of Effecting Environmental Change},
  author={Benjamin H. Ellis and Jason M. Fogler and Susan Hansen and Ulster County and Peter Forbes and Carryl P. Navalta and Glenn N Saxe},
  year={2012}
}
This study tracked the clinical course of 124 children receiving trauma systems therapy (TST). In addition, exploratory analyses compared hospitalization rates before and after implementation of the model and comparative cost savings were estimated. Children ages 3–20 who experienced potentially traumatic events received TST intervention. Measures of clinical course, children’s psychiatric and psychosocial functioning, and social-environmental stability were taken at intake, 4–6 months, and 12… CONTINUE READING
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