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Furthermore, given multicomponent interventions that address multiple problems areas, it can be extremely challenging to determine which aspects of the more comprehensive interventions are relatively more or less effective at ameliorating specific aspects of the clients’ needs. A recent surprising finding by Kazdin and Whitley (2006) demonstrated reasonably strong evidence for equivalent treatment outcomes from youth with multiple comorbidities compared to those with more narrowly focused problems.