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An evaluation of a standardized training protocol for guided self-help behavioral activation

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An evaluation of a standardized training protocol for guided self-help behavioral activation
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Eisdorfer
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Ethan A.
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1983-
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Wilson
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Godfrey Terence
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Robert H.
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Rutgers University
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Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology
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Despite the remarkable progress in the development of evidence-based psychotherapies, access to these treatments remains severely limited for the general population. The development of effective and efficient training practices may help to improve the availability of evidence-based treatments. Following a review of the central themes of implementation science as it relates to evidence-based psychotherapies, the current study examined the use of a standardized protocol for training novice mental health clinicians in a brief behavioral treatment for depression utilizing a multiple-baseline across participants design. Clinicians first received didactic instruction and written materials describing the background and model of the treatment and outlining how to apply it. Then, they received a video model of the treatment skills. Finally, the clinicians received corrective feedback based on their performance. Results indicate that the clinicians acquired the skills and were able to demonstrate them with a high degree of accuracy in simulated treatment sessions. The results of this study have implications for the use of behavioral skills training in mental health service delivery and the dissemination and implementation of evidence-based mental health treatments.
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Clinical Psychology
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Self-help techniques
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1 online resource (vi, 47 p. : ill.)
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by Ethan A. Eisdorfer
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