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Interprofessional care in a community mental health outpatient program: client outcomes at discharge and follow-up
Increased collaboration between health professionals has been identified as a means of improving the quality of client care while operating within the constraints of a publicly funded health care system. One such model of ...
Factors that impact the implementation and sustainability of dialectical behaviour therapy programs: a qualitative study of clinician perspectives
Dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT) is a psychological treatment developed for individuals experiencing significant mental health issues along with high-risk behaviours (e.g., suicidal behaviours, self-harm, substance ...
The role of intolerance of uncertainty in social anxiety: interpretation of ambiguous social information
The existence of intolerance of uncertainty (IU) about ambiguous social information in individuals with social anxiety has only recently begun to be explored by researchers, whereas the cognitive mechanisms whereby IU might ...