About this book
-Katharine Briar-Lawson, PhD, LMSW, Professor and Dean Emeritus, University at Albany School of Social Welfare and National Child Welfare Workforce Institute
To improve client outcomes and practitioner competence, the book clarifies practices to address common problems such as anxiety, depression, traumatic stress, and child behavioural concerns. The authors also provide examples and suggest how to integrate implementation of evidence-based practice into academic programs through collaboration with behavioural health or social service programs.
- Academic workforce preparation and curricula development
- Data-informed selection and implementation of evidence-based practice
- Anticipating and resolving practical challenges to implementation
- Negotiating treatment challenges with clients
- Collaboration between academic and behavioural health care programs