The consortia Effectiveness of Psychosocial Interventions Youth

In the consortia Effectiveness of Psychosocial Interventions Youth, researchers and youth care organisations are exploring new possibilities for seven larger substantive themes related to growing up and parenting. The research provides knowledge about which (aspects of) interventions can best be used when, for who and by which persons. The key elements of interventions with proven effectiveness are the starting point for these interventions. Through innovative impact studies, the consortia provide answers to questions such as: What actually makes an intervention effective? Are there effective factors that can be found in all interventions? How can the care provider exert an influence on the impact? And: which interventions or aspects of these are cost-effective? Realising impact studies in an appropriate form is a challenge. Each consortium takes a different approach, but they work together to ensure that their approaches are well aligned with each other. The research from the consortia must improve the interventions and enable professionals and municipalities to choose an effective approach. The outcomes will make it possible to improve the effectiveness of professional practice and provide better help to children and families.

Which approach works among children and young people with behavioural problems that cause a lot of nuisance for themselves and their environment? Care providers can use the results to help young people far more effectively.

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We currently have a knowledge deficit regarding effective treatment methods for ADHD and hyperactive behaviour. Much use is made of training and treatment programmes for which we either do not know the effectiveness or the effectiveness hasn't been investigated. What will work?

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What are the effective elements of parenting programmes? The knowledge about the concerns of parents about parenting and the effective elements of parenting programmes makes it possible to provide more demand-driven support for parents and better advice to municipalities.

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What techniques and in what amount work in programmes aimed at improving young people’s social skills and resilience? This study made clear that the training setting and number of meetings are important in this regard.

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What works in intervention for families with many problems and childres who are severely difficult to parent? Research has shown that all 8 most used interventions are more or less equal in terms of effectiveness.

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Programmes with cognitive behavioural therapy are effective in reducing symptoms of anxiety and depression in young people. But that is only the case if therapists do apply the effective elements in those interventions. What are the effective elements?

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How do we improve the early prevention of child abuse? These studies focus on both the improved guiding of families towards appropriate interventions and the greater effectiveness of those interventions.

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During an online conference, the 7 seven reseach consortia shared their lessons learned from research on core elements of evidence-based programs for children and youth. Here you can find the presentations and video's of the sessions.

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