Interventions and Treatment
Research Shows Benefit of Pediatric-Based Brief Behavioral Treatment
April 27, 2017 | Emily Taylor
Results of a randomized clinical trial published this month in JAMA Psychiatry found that 56.8% of youths in pediatric-based behavioral treatment were clinically improved compared with 28.2% of youths provided with assisted referral. Improvement was greater for Hispanic youths, with 76.5% of those in behavioral treatment improving compared with 7.1% of referred youths.