6 Practices of Interest
CBITS is an early intervention for children who have experienced or have been exposed to traumatic events and are experiencing difficulty related to symptoms of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), depression or anxiety. Services are delivered within the school setting by clinical staff, as part of multi-disciplinary treatment teams. CBITS intends to reduce the impact of trauma related symptoms, increase resilience, and increase peer and parental support, for students at risk of school failure and improve access to mental health services.
CBITS was developed by a team of clinician-researchers from the RAND Corporation, UCLA, and the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD). Developers included Pia Escudero (LCSW) and Drs. Lisa Jaycox, Bradley Stein, Sheryl Kataoka, & Marleen Wong.
SS is designed for flexible use with diverse populations and settings (outpatient, inpatient, residential) and can be conducted in group or individual format. Treatment is intended for individuals or groups who are trauma-exposed, experiencing symptoms of trauma(s) and/or abusing substance. Seeking Safety has been used with people who have a trauma history, but do not meet criteria for PTSD.
SS was developed by Dr. Lisa M. Najavits.
Triple P is a parenting and family support system designed to prevent – as well as treat – behavioral and emotional problems in children and teenagers. It aims to prevent problems in the family, school and community before they arise and to create family environments that encourage children to realize their potential. Triple P draws on social learning, cognitive behavioral and developmental theory as well as research into risk factors associated with the development of social and behavioral problems in children. It aims to equip parents with the skills and confidence they need to be self-sufficient and to be able to manage family issues without ongoing support.
Triple P was developed by Dr. Matt Sanders.
CPP is a psychotherapy model that integrates psychodynamic, attachment, trauma, cognitive-behavioral, and social-learning theories into a dyadic treatment approach. CPP is designed to restore the child-parent relationship, the child's mental health and developmental progression that have been damaged by the experience of domestic violence. CPP is intended as an early intervention for children ages birth to 5 years who may be at risk for acting-out and experiencing symptoms of depression and trauma.
CPP was developed by Dr. Alicia F. Lieberman.
MAP is designed to improve the quality, efficiency, and outcomes of children’s mental health services by giving administrators and practitioners easy access to the most current scientific information and by providing user-friendly monitoring tools and clinical protocols. Using an online database, the system can suggest formal evidence-based programs or, alternatively, can provide detailed recommendations about discrete components of evidence-based treatments relevant to a specific youth’s characteristics. Whether services are delivered through existing evidence-based programs or assembled from components, the MAP system also adds a unifying evaluation framework to track outcomes and practices.
MAP was developed by Drs. Bruce Chorpita & Eric Daleiden.
TF-CBT is an early intervention for children and TAY populations who may be at risk for symptoms of depression and psychological trauma due to experiencing any number of traumatic events. Services are specialized mental health services delivered by clinical staff, as part of multi-disciplinary treatment teams. Program is intended to reduce symptoms of depression and psychological trauma.
TF-CBT was developed by Drs. Esther Deblinger, Judith Cohen, & Anthony Mannarino.