Examining the feasibility of an economic analysis of dyadic developmental psychotherapy for children with maltreatment associated psychiatric problems in the United Kingdom
Children with maltreatment associated psychiatric problems are at increased risk of developing behavioural or mental health disorders.
Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy (DDP) was proposed as treatment for children with maltreatment histories in the USA, however, being new to the UK little is known of its effectiveness or cost-effectiveness.
As part of an exploratory study, this paper explores the feasibility of undertaking economic analysis of DDP in the UK.
In: BMC Psychiatry
Publisher: BioMed Central (Dec 2014)
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