Évaluation de la mise en œuvre du programme d’intervention In vivo chez les jeunes de 11–12 ans d’une école primaire québécoise présentant un problème de comportements intériorisés : une étude exploratoire
Internalized disorders are the most current mental health issue during childhood and adolescence. This study sought to assess the implementation of In vivo, an elementary school program aiming to treat anxiety with stress management strategies. The study is based on a mixed method design and collected data from the students experiencing the program (n=4, 11-12 y. o.), their parents (n=4), and other school staff members involved (n=7). Th e findings of the study show that the program is relevant in this specifi c context and also highlight the obstacles and facilitators to implementation.
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