Evidence-based Prevention and Treatment

Jami Young
Jami Young PhD
Faculty Member
Dr. Young’s research focuses on adolescent depression. This includes understanding vulnerabilities for depression, developing and evaluating preventive interventions for depression, and the screening and provision of evidence-based interventions for depression in community and primary care settings.
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This Evidence to Action brief documents the crucial role that timely prevention, detection and intervention services play in achieving positive health outcomes for children with mental health disorders, and it identifies action steps that state and federal policy makers can take to...


Jane E. Kavanagh, Elizabeth Brooks, Susan Dougherty, Marsha Gerdes, James Guevara, and David Rubin