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January 2014 brings the inauguration of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) in the United States. The ACA introduces affordable healthcare to all citizens and proposes a system to hold all healthcare providers accountable for quality treatment. This article discusses differences in the new healthcare climate and highlights specific areas of focus for training child clinicians in CBT in the midst of this evolution. Child clinicians, more than ever, will need a sound foundation of CBT theory and training so that they may fluidly practice and apply core principles in any setting, with any intervention. Transformations to the health care arena brought about by the ACA will see doctoral level clinicians practicing in a wider variety of roles, in highly integrated settings, and with an increasingly diverse population. Ability to ground intervention in solid theoretical framework will enable clinicians to practice in these numerous conditions effectively and meet accountability standards set by the ACA. Arming child clinicians with these skills will create a generation of practitioners well-prepared to care for youth in the developing atmosphere of mental health care in the United States.
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- CBT with Youth: Immodest Proposals for Training the Next Generation
Robert D. Friedberg
Micaela A. Thordarson
Paul J. Sullivan
Melissa E. Tamas
- Springer US
Journal of Rational-Emotive & Cognitive-Behavior Therapy
Print ISSN: 0894-9085
Elektronisch ISSN: 1573-6563