Bring Evidence-Based Decision Making Into all Aspects of Youth Treatment
Use the MAP toolkit to answer these 3 questions:
Users can quickly and easily search an extensive database of youth treatment research summaries to identify common elements of treatments that are shown to effectively help youth.
Users get access to an extensive library of guides that not only help them organize and plan treatment but also teaches them how to do the specific practices found in those evidence-based treatment protocols.
Users have access to a tool that tracks progress and practice visually to make decision-making easier.
Improve the Effectiveness, Efficiency, Quality, and Outcomes of Behavioral Health Care
Users get access to three primary tools: PWEBS (research database), Practitioner Guides, and Clinical Dashboards (for measuring progress). Used collectively, users select, build, organize, and implement treatment based on the most up-to-date research and can personalize care by incorporating evidence of practice history and youth outcomes.
The toolkit disaggregates the components of successful evidence-based treatments and pairs them with decision making tools designed to meet the needs of providers, children, adolescents, and their families.
The MAP toolkit can be used in a wide range of behavioral healthcare settings including:
MAP Professional Development Program
We offer an organized sequence of training and consultation experiences using state-of-the-art curricula, portfolio evaluations, and credentialing systems to build the expertise and competency of behavioral healthcare professionals.
The MAP Professional Development Program offers defined curricula for direct service providers, supervisors and consultants, and training professionals, with multiple options for completing curricula and achieving professional development goals. These options include mechanisms for integration with academic programs, agency-based train-the-trainer models for instructors, supervisors, and training professionals.
Given the current climate of remote work and social distancing due to COVID-19, we now provide training online.
MAP is model of organizing and coordinating care which includes our primary support tools, while MATCH-ADTC is a modular evidence-based treatment protocol.
Chat with a PracticeWise professional to discuss your needs and how you can benefit from our wide range of programs, support tools, and training.