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Domains : Youth

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Overall Rank Primary Domain Additional Domain(s) Measure Title
22 Youth Shared Care Best in Domain Treatment of child and adolescent mental health problems by specialist staff working in primary health care is available. Display Detailed
28 Youth Patients with Anxiety Disorders, Psychotherapy Use of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) for the treatment of childhood and youth anxiety disorders. Display Detailed
61 Youth Patients with Mood Disorders Multimodal quality improvement initiatives lasting 6 months or longer that foster access to evidence-based counseling/psychotherapy for children and youth with depression should be undertaken. Display Detailed
97 Youth Patients with Acute Conditions, Psychotherapy For young people who have self-harmed several times, consideration may be given to offering developmental group psychotherapy with other youth who have repeatedly self-harmed. This should include at least six sessions. Extension of the group therapy may also be offered; the precise length of this therapy should be decided jointly by the clinician and the service user. Display Detailed
103 Youth Self-Management Support, Patients with Mood Disorders Self care manual for adults and adolescents with any and all forms of depression is offered. Display Detailed
116 Youth Personal Resources, Prevention Preventive screening and counseling on risky behaviours: average proportion saying "yes" to ten items about whether provider(s) discussed/screened on smoking, alcohol use, helmet use, drunk driving, chewing tobacco, street drugs, steroid pills, sexual/physical abuse, violence, guns. Display Detailed
121 Youth Prevention, Psychotherapy Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is recommended for all school aged children or for targeted at-risk (youth) groups as a preventive treatment for major depression. Display Detailed
152 Youth Competence Rating of primary health care practitioners’ self-rated confidence in skills and knowledge of child and youth mental health problems using the “Children’s Mental Health Survey for Eastern Ontario” tool. Display Detailed
  Best in Domain Most highly rated measure for the identified primary domain.
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