Interpersonal Psychotherapy-Adolescent Skills Training teaches students communication and interpersonal problem-solving strategies to decrease conflict, increase support, and improve social functioning, vulnerability and protective factors for depression.
Pediatricians were more likely to refer children who are white, male and from an English-only speaking home. These findings suggest that differences in referrals may impact children’s access to diagnostic and intervention services and may contribute to disparities in ASD diagnosis.
This project will focus on increasing knowledge of Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute treatment evidence among clinicians who care for refugees, as well as professional interpreters and refugee community leaders, and provide guidance on how to discuss treatment options with patients.
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