Free two day training: June 29, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. & June 30, 12 – 4 p.m.
Presenter: Matt Buckman with the Stress and Trauma Treatment Center
This training will cover the Managing & Adapting Practices (MAP). The MAP direct service model is a powerful collection of resources that organize and coordinate care, focusing on a wide diversity of treatment targets and ages. MAP can help identify and select best fitting evidence-based treatments, but more often it operates more like a treatment design, implementation, and evaluation toolkit. That is, providers, youth, and families can select, build, organize, and implement treatment based on the most up-to-date research evidence and can personalize care by incorporating real-time evidence of practice history and youth outcomes.
There are no CEUs/CPDUs available for this training.
1. Discover the practical power of these two positive frameworks to guide their work with youth
2. Examine how Developmental Assets and Developmental Relationships can strengthen their practices and programs
3. Take home practical tools and strategies for building relationships with young people
To register, visit http://bit.ly/062921. For more information, contact Zachary Schumacher at (618) 534-1663 or Zachary.Schumacher@centerstone.org.
Training brought to you by sponsorship through the Building Compassionate Communities Project.