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Describe the principles of MST-CAN and provide an example of how they are implemented in treatment. How is success determined? What are the drawbacks to the approach? What do you think the greatest impediment to success would be? How comfortable would you be using MST-CAN?

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Discussing the principles of the MST-CAN.

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Multisystemic Therapy is therapy based on a client's positive attributes and strengths. In most cases a therapist would implement MST into a student's life through interacting with the students in all aspects of his life, i.e., school, home, and social environment. The drawbacks to MST is the ...

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