Elopement w/ Dr. Megan Boyle
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If you’ve ever tried to develop a function-based treatment on elopement, you’ve probably wondered where in the research to start. The answer is start here with this week’s episode! Not only are we joined by Dr. Megan Boyle to discuss the findings of her extensive literature review on the subject, but we also get to enjoy her first-hand accounts of assessment and treatment of elopement. The hipsters call it “bolting”.
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