September 8, 2016
There are vast individual differences in youth presenting for mental health treatment. Youth vary in their initial clinical presentation; their contextual risk and protective factors; and their engagement, adherence and response to evidence-based treatments. For this reason, adaptive interventions, which are individually tailored to each person, are valuable tools in the treatment and prevention of child and adolescent mental health (CAMH) disorders. Methodology Center Investigator Daniel Almirall co-edited a recent special issue of the Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology that showcases recent applications and innovations of adaptive interventions for addressing CAMH disorders.