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Given the increasing prevalence of mental health problems in the general population, it is necessary to use assessment tools aimed at collecting psychological information of the person, (re)designing appropriate therapeutic interventions, and ultimately promoting adequate psychological rehabilitation. For that purpose, the Young Person’s – Clinical...

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