Provides a synopsis of treatment programs for conduct-disordered children in Canada. Five groups of authors from British Columbia, Ontario, Quebec, and New Brunswick describe their approaches to the treatment of children with conduct disorder. All programs emphasize the need to use multimodal treatment schemes, including day and short-term residential care, as well as the need to base programs on identified factors associated with the development of conduct disorder.
Moretti, M. M., Emmrys, C., Grizenko, N., Holland, R., Moore, K., Shamsie, J., & Hamilton, H. (1997). The treatment of conduct disorder: Perspectives from across Canada. The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry / La Revue Canadienne De Psychiatrie, 42(6), 637-648. Initially published by The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry: http://www.cpa-apc.org/index.php
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The treatment of conduct disorder: Perspectives from across Canada
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