Strengthen supervisory skills and equip your supervisees with the tools and knowledge to most efficiently and effectively deliver services to their clients
Our models and systems help you coordinate care by weaving science into your information sources to most effectively treat the unique youth you serve all while producing real and measurable results.
Toolkit of Primary Support Resources Managing and Adapting Practice (MAP)
MAP is a framework and suite of our primary tools. They guide evidence-informed decision-making, delivery, supervision, consultation, and quality management of mental health services for children and adolescents.
The MAP system was designed to improve outcomes and quality of care. It achieves this through structured collaboration and a framework for coordinating individuals and information to effectively answer key questions. MAP provides the ability to guide decisions across a diverse service array, varying degrees of care across populations, and health care settings.
The most comprehensive searchable database of evidence-based treatment summaries available; covers eleven treatment targets including anxiety, depression, trauma, and more.
Our Practitioner Guides consist of materials to facilitate planning and service delivery including an extensive selection of how-to guides for interventions commonly found in evidence-based treatments for youth. With their easy-to-follow checklist format, these two-page guides include details to facilitate learning for those unfamiliar with the practice and a checklist format for those who need a quick refresher.
Intuitive, easy to use, Excel™ based tools that help with both planning and monitoring by providing real-time feedback for systems, providers, youth and families about what is happening in treatment and how well it is working.
This is our modular evidence-based treatment for youth with anxiety, depression, trauma, or conduct (disruptive behavior). It has been used in multiple settings, including community mental health centers and agencies, schools, residential programs, and home-based services. Comprehensive flowcharts guide the process of care, streamlining treatment to fit the child’s needs while fostering individualization to address comorbidity or therapeutic roadblocks.
The MATCH-ADTC Protocol Includes:
We help answer three key questions:
Providers learn how to 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.
Providers learn how to use an extensive library of guides to help them organize and plan treatment, including instructions for implementing practices found in evidence-based treatment protocols.
Providers learn how to use a tool that graphs treatment outcomes and intervention data to more easily see if what they are doing is working and to adjust in real-time when it is not.
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