This article reports on a qualitative process evaluation aimed at elucidating and understanding the internal dynamics of program operation-the incorporation of a developmental, sensory-motor, trauma affect regulation curriculum into a children and adolescent partial hospitalization program. Through focus groups and individual interviews, data was collected from those who support the young people at home and within the program. The perceptions of these adults indicated that the intervention had produced positive outcomes in the children and adolescents.We attended to children and adolescents with trauma-related issues to ensure that their support systems at home and in the program were appropriately informed so as to provide optimal support and treatment.
All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes
- Emergency Medicine
- Critical Care and Intensive Care Medicine