This session describes the history of evidence-based practices (EBPs) in mental health services. Content includes a discussion of core EBPs in mental health recovery, the foundational studies behind them, and the level of research evidence that supports model programs such as ACT, IPS, and WRAP, among others. Participants will have the opportunity to learn from an experienced researcher the elements of EBPs and the ways in which academic-community mental health center partnerships have paved the way for sustainable, billable services. Central in this discussion will be the role of supported employment and IPS as foundational examples of EBPs.
1 Day Event
CEUs are available