The EBP Toolkit and EBP Roster are web-based applications that facilitate best practices in the training, implementation and supervision of evidence-based treatments for mental health. It was founded by Martin Unger and Mark Swardstrom in November of 2014.
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The EBP Toolkit and Roster is used by mental health organizations across the United States. Below is a selection of our customers.
The Bellevue School District acknowledges that we learn, work, live and gather on the traditional lands of the Coast Salish Peoples. We honor with gratitude the land itself and the Coast Salish Peoples of our region, past, present and future.
The CUNY School of Professional Studies provides online, classroom-based and customized programs of study that are responsive to the needs of our students and our city, focusing on fields as well as forms of teaching, learning, and scholarship that highlight innovation, personal and social progress, and opportunities for careers and service.
We aim to increase the effectiveness of the child welfare and children's behavioral health workforce through collaborative partnerships and evidence-based professional development.
The Evidence Based Practices for Adults team is comprised of faculty, continuing education specialists, research and program coordinators, and additional support staff who work together to train and support a workforce of mental health providers in evidence-based and culturally competent behavioral health treatments for adults in Washington State who experience or are at risk for serious mental illness.
School Mental Health Assessment, Research, & Training Center - UW College of Education
Mission. The overarching mission of the School Mental Health Assessment, Research, and Training (SMART) Center is to promote high-quality, culturally-responsive programs, practices, and policies to meet the full range of social, emotional, and behavioral (SEB) needs of students in both general and special education contexts.