Often, the clinical needs of homeless youth are overlooked for fear of the implications of "victim blaming". This article, while using an ecological systems perspective as an overarching paradigm to guide work with homeless youth, relays models of practices as well as diverse methods coupled with examples to illustrate potentially applicable to individual and family interventions. Overall, three models of practice are described, with examples, as potentially applicable to individual and family intervention with this population.
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