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Authors:  Helen D Pratt
Psychotherapy alone or in conjunction with pharmacotherapy can be powerful tools in helping youth manage or eliminate negative outcomes of mental and behavioral disorders. Determining which treatments qualify as evidenced-based treatments is controversial. Behavioral and cognitive-behavioral therapies are most often identified as well-established treatments for specific mental and behavioral disorders in children and adolescents. Therapists should have training with youth and for treating their specific problems. 

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