Child and Adolescent Mental Health 2005; 10(1):26-31
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P. McCrone, T. Weeramanthri, M. Knapp, A, Rushton, J. Trowell, G. Miles, I. Kolvin, "Cost-effectiveness of individual versus group psychotherapy for sexually abused girls", Child and Adolescent Mental Health Volume 10, No. 1, pp. 26-31, (Association for Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 2005).
Children who have been sexually abused may suffer from emotional and behavioural difficulties. Recent research found that individual and group psychotherapy have similar outcomes. In this study we compare the costs and cost-effectiveness of the two therapies and support for carers.