The 8th Annual Evidence-Based Practices (EBP) Symposium Building Lives Beyond Trauma
Held: April 5-6, 2018
The 8th Annual EBP Symposium Program included thoughtful keynotes and presentations which inspired hope, despite significant and complex traumas and showed it is possible for behavioral health clients and family members to live happy and healthy, meaningful lives.
The Symposium consisted of high-quality presentations relating to strategies that are culturally relevant, focused on the unique needs of the substance use disorder population, and focused on strategies and tools for successful implementation.
The Symposium was intended to provide a range of trauma-related practices grounded in data-informed research across a continuum of evidence. This included Effective, Efficacious, Promising and Emerging Practices such as Culturally Defined Practices.
The Symposium was designed for behavioral health, child welfare, probation, education, healthcare, and private insurance providers who were implementing or would like to implement Evidence-Based Practices.
Workshops featured the continuum of Evidence-Based Practices for young children, youth, transitional age youth, adults and older adults.
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