One of the Child Guidance Center of Southern Connecticut’s psychology interns, Gerald Reid, published an article titled “Using Research-Informed Pedagogical Practices to Maximize Learning in Youth Cognitive Behavioral Therapy” in the journal Evidence-Based Practice in Child and Adolescent Mental Health.

This article goes in-depth about ways that therapists can utilize a framework to best communicate psychoeducation in the context of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) treatment.

For more details about this article, read Mr. Reid’s interview with Boston University.

To read the abstract, click here.