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7 December 2001 News Update


Two major non-governmental health providers have announced the introduction of a community based therapy which has achieved dramatic reductions in youth antisocial behaviour.

Richmond Fellowship New Zealand, and Youth Horizons Trust, are underwriting the costs associated with the introduction of Multi-Systemic Therapy (MST).

A MST specialist, Dr Naamith Heiblum has been recruited from the United States and will offer training in MST to other public and NGO providers through MST Services ltd.

MST has been has been widely used within the US, and targets a wide range of difficulties known to contribute to problem behaviour in youth.

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