Camille J. Randall, Ph.D.

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2003 University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS, United States 
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Clinical Psychology
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Eric M. Vernberg grad student 2003 University of Kansas
 (The adolescent -therapist relationship: Functions and ideals.)
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Roy KM, Roberts MC, Vernberg EM, et al. (2008) Measuring treatment outcome for children with serious emotional disturbances: Discriminant validity and clinical significance of the child and adolescent functioning assessment scale Journal of Child and Family Studies. 17: 232-240
Jacobs AK, Roberts MC, Vernberg EM, et al. (2008) Factors related to outcome in a school-based intensive mental health program: An examination of nonresponders Journal of Child and Family Studies. 17: 219-231
Randall CJ, Biggs BK. (2008) Enhancing therapeutic gains: Examination of fidelity to the model for the intensive mental health program Journal of Child and Family Studies. 17: 191-205
Vernberg EM, Roberts MC, Jacobs AK, et al. (2008) Outcomes and findings of program evaluation for the intensive mental health program Journal of Child and Family Studies. 17: 178-190
Roberts MC, Vernberg EM, Biggs BK, et al. (2008) Lessons learned from the intensive mental health program: A school-based, community oriented program for children with serious emotional disturbances Journal of Child and Family Studies. 17: 277-289
Vernberg EM, Roberts MC, Randall CJ, et al. (2006) Intensive mental health services for children with serious emotional disturbances through a school-based, community-oriented program. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry. 11: 417-30
Roberts MC, McNeal RE, Randall CJ, et al. (1996) A necessary reemphasis on integrating explicative research with the pragmatics of pediatric psychology. Journal of Pediatric Psychology. 21: 107-14
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