Multidimensional Treatment Foster Care – an alternative to institutional placement. Euromet Symposium 2013 Annika W Jonsson, psychologist Sara Lindstein, psychologist SiS ungdomshem Hässleholm. Background Information .
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Multidimensional Treatment Foster Care – an alternative to institutional placement
Euromet Symposium 2013
Annika W Jonsson, psychologist
Sara Lindstein, psychologist
SiS ungdomshem Hässleholm
Youthreturningto a permanent livingwithhis/herfamily. For all treatmentcomponentsof MTFC, this is focus from dayone.
Points Things to Do to Earned Points Earned Bonus Total
DAILY TOTAL (115)
During Level 1, the youth settles into the MTFC family home and begins to build relationships. In Level 1, there is very close supervision and immediate reinforcement.
Level 2 will be individualized according to what was learned during level 1.
Level 3 is a maintenance phase. The youth is allowed more free time and a higher quality of privileges in level 3.
Comparison MTFC-group (n = 20) and TAU-group (treatment as usual)(n = 20)
Pia Kyhle Westermark, 2009, IMS & Socialhögskolan, Lunds universitet
ComparisonSiSassessment + MTFC-treatment (n = 19) vs SiSassessment+TAU (n = 27)
On going study, Bergström & Höjman, Lund university/SiS