Evidenced Based Practice refers to the use of research and scientific studies as a base for determing the best practices in a field. The basic premise to provide transparency and to assure the public that techniques and procedures will provide the best possible interventions or treatments.
Hope Services recruits and/or trains clinicians in the following Evidenced Based Practices:
All Hope Services, LLC treatment programs are developed and operationalized utilizing basic Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). All staff, regardless of service or position are required to attend a 24 hour Cognitive Behavioral Therapy training with the agency’s Clinical Operations Director within 90 days of hiring.
Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) is a conjoint child and parent psychotherapy approach for children and adolescents who are experiencing significant emotional and behavioral difficulties related to traumatic life events.
TF-CBT has proven to be effective in addressing posttraumatic stress disorder, depression, anxiety, externalizing behaviors, sexualized behaviors, feelings of shame, and mistrust. Hope Services has integrated TF-CBT across our continuum of care to include, OPT, IIH, and Day Treatment.
Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) is an evidenced based, real time, coached, behavioral parent training intervention for young children with emotional and behavioral disorders. The parent and child are seen together with an emphasis on restructuring interaction patterns in order to strengthen the bond between parent and child while also providing parents with appropriate discipline strategies.
This model works with the entire family. By joining with the family the staff will help families understand unhealthy interactions and learn to interact with one another in healthy ways.
This model is designed to prevent and treat behavioral and emotional symptoms in children birth to twelve. It aims to prevent problems in the family, school, and community and to improve family interactions.
In this model, the clinician will work with the child (age 0–5) who has experienced a traumatic event and primary caregiver to support and strengthen the relationship between them in order to restore the child’s sense of safety, attachment, and appropriate affect. CPP will also improve the child’s cognitive, behavioral, and social functioning.
In this model, the clinician will work with individuals age 16 and older to help them learn new ways to think about traumatic events by helping them to identify and change distressing thoughts related to the trauma.
This model focuses on building strong relationships between parents and children (age 6mo–2y). ABC helps parents maximize the positive relationship they have with their child while also helping them learn effective strategies for managing their child’s behavior and emotions.
Group Sessions (age 12–21) focus on gaining coping strategies and teaching adolescents how to make choices mindfully even in the face of ongoing trauma and/or chronic stressors. Adolescents learn concrete steps to help them better manage the moment & make it more likely that they can get what they want and need when under stress and struggling with conflict in their relationships.
Group Sessions (ages 14–17) focus on providing therapeutic techniques which will enhance self awareness and increase ability to center and focus within self. The techniques will enhance ability to regulate emotions and tolerate distress. Adolescents will learn how to enhance positive self image through a peer therapy group setting.