Multisystemic therapy 'no more effective' than conventional support, study finds
Wednesday, January 17, 2018
An intensive family therapy programme, used nationwide to turn around the lives of teenagers involved in antisocial behaviour and on the edge of care, is no more effective than conventional methods, researchers have concluded.
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