Intervening in Childrens Lives: An Ecological, Family-Centered Approach to Mental Health Care

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Dishion and Elizabeth A. Stormshak describe their family-centered, ecological approach, which may be used as an intensive intervention or as a periodic preventive check up. To have the greatest public health impact, the approach can also be delivered in community settings such as schools. The authors demonstrate how they examine psychopathology in children and adolescents in the context of the ecology families, peer groups, communities, and schools in which they live.