Tomorrow’s #traumaresearch chat: Preventing treatment dropout

Tomorrow we discuss ways to prevent treatment dropout at our live #traumaresearch Twitter chat (26 April; 9pm Melbourne, 13u Amsterdam; see your local time). Julia Diehle will join us as a special guest. She conducts research on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and EMDR with children, and wrote last week’s guestpost. If you would like to join us tomorrow but don’t have Twitter experience, here’s the information on how to use Twitter and participate in a live chat.

In preparation for the chat, I wanted to share some more information on one of the papers Julia referred to. Glenn Saxe and colleagues conducted a trial with an innovative treatment approach that integrates and tailors different services (psychotherapy, psychopharmacology, home- and community based care, and advocacy) for children and their families. Continue reading