This program teaches skills in the common elements of evidence-based approaches practitioners and client-facing teams must prioritize for helping clients in their care to acquire or strengthen their ability to perform critical life functions they may have “lost”. They are essential in any life domain for helping recipients of services to incrementally improve versus “punishing” or “rehabilitating”.
The common elements in EB approaches shift practice from diagnostic, problem, and clinically driven approaches to “partnering” as an advanced skill. “Partnering” is a term that operationalizes a deeper knowledge and skillful application of sophisticated facilitation skills by the practitioner. This moves the skills of the practitioner beyond expert knowledge of disorders and their remedies, to a level of facilitation that enables the person being served to benefit from the contact moment – in any method, program, or practice.
Program Learning Goals & Objectives
Participants in the program will receive formal education in how to help their clients regain or strengthen their ability to perform critical life functions necessary to thrive in any life domain and ultimately be skillful in the application of evidence based and strength centered approaches. Participants in this program will be placed in a position to.
* Participants may choose to become (or not) certified as an evidence-based practitioner (CEBP).
Evidence-Based Practitioner Concluding Instructions.
Dear Colleague - you have come to the end of the formal instruction - CONGRATULATIONS!
In the next module, you will be presented with the questionnaire for your review exercise.
CERTIFICATION STUDENTS: The certification credential is an option that is available at no additional cost to you. All are encouraged to take the extra step and earn their certification. Instructions follow on the next module.
Please ensure that you completed this course as directed. Then use the available link here to access and complete the required online confirmation document. Thanks.