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FIGURE 30–1. Three ways to describe those practices receiving Level I (Best Support) for anxiety and avoidant problems of youth (Chorpita and Daleiden 2007).

FIGURE 30–2. Multiple organizational contexts impact implementation of evidence-based practices.
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TABLE 30–1. Proven implementation strategies used to implement evidence-based practices (EBPs): examples
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TABLE 30–2. Level of evidence supporting varied interventions for anxious/avoidant behaviors

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