Are Psychotherapies Less Effective for Black Youth in Communities with Higher Levels of Anti-Black Racism?

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  1. John Weisz
  2. Sarah McKetta
  3. Mark Hatzenbuehler

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Description: The study examined whether anti-Black cultural racism moderates the efficacy of youth psychotherapy interventions.

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Objective: We examined whether anti-Black cultural racism moderates the efficacy of psychotherapy interventions among youth. Method: We analyzed a subset of studies from a previous meta-analysis of five decades of youth psychotherapy randomized controlled trials. Studies were published in English between 1963 and 2017 and identified through a systematic search. The 194 studies (N=14,081; ages 2-19...

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