We examined the effectiveness of empirically-supported mental health treatments for gender minority youths (who endorsed a wish to be the opposite sex) and cisgender youths. Gender minority youths reported more severe problems before treatment, demonstrated slower improvement in caregiver-reported behavior problems, and endorsed lower treatment satisfaction. Findings support the potential need for provider-focused trainings relevant to gender minority youths.
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