MDFT

AcronymDefinition
MDFTMulti-Dimensional Family Therapy
MDFTMinimum Dry Film Thickness (measurement)
MDFTMultidimensional Fourier Transform (circuits)
MDFTMulti-Disciplinary Facilitation Team (Gambia)
MDFTMultialternative Decision Field Theory (psychology)
MDFTMelanin Derived from Tea
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The use of Multidimensional Family Therapy (MDFT), as developed by Howard A.
In the psychosocial realm, greater emphasis needs to be placed on Multidimensional Family Therapy (MDFT) and gender specific treatment (Sherman 2011) in order to increase the scope and efficacy of adolescent addiction treatment.
Integrating Multidimensional Family Therapy (MDFT) with substance abusing adolescents in a residential treatment setting.
Por ultimo, la NIC38 (41.b) se refiere al modelo de descuento de flujos de tesoreria (MDFT) (13), que se utilizaran para calcular el valor en uso (Figura No.3).
Dado que el MDFT se basa en la ecuacion (1), adaptada a un activo cuyo FT no esta orientado al propietario, sino a la organizacion, y en donde puede que la vida util sea limitada, el modelo contable seria representado como sigue:
Shelef, Diamond, Diamond, and Liddle (2005), studied only those adolescents (N = 65) who were assigned to the Multidimensional Family Therapy (MDFT; Liddle 2002) condition in CYT and examined the relationship between therapeutic alliance and treatment outcome.
In early 2005, Switzerland took part in an international pilot study, the implementation of the Multidimensional Family Therapy (MDFT) for adolescents with a cannabis problem.
Spot prime areas with one coat of Tnemec Series 135 or approved equal at 4-6 mils MDFT. Apply one full coat of Tnemec Series 135 Primer or approved equal at 4-6 mils MDFT.
In particular, DCF worked to develop and implement in-home treatment services based on evidence-based models, including Multi-Systemic Therapy (MST; Henggeler, Pickrel & Brondino 1999) and Multi-Dimensional Family Therapy (MDFT; Liddle 1999).
It was an added complication that the evidence-based and manualized family-based models used by agencies serving HYP clients (particularly MST and MDFT) called for providing comprehensive case management similar to that of the ESs.
Fifty-six percent of the youth entered MDFT, 34% MST, and 9% FSN.