Topic: Motivation and Engagement
Why was Motivation and Engagement chosen as a topic by the Advisory Committee? (Click for Answer)
The Advisory Committee has chosen motivation and engagement as a topic for the CEBC because engaging families in constructive and trustworthy relationships is at the heart of effective child-welfare casework. Understanding motivation and engagement is essential to furthering child-welfare improvement efforts such as the Children and Family Services Review (CFSR) and its corresponding Program Improvement Plan (PIP). The Advisory Committee is committed to infusing motivation and engagement practices into all the new initiatives that have emerged.
Chris Mathias, Director
California Social Work Education Center (CalSWEC)
UC Berkeley, School of Social Welfare
Programs in this topic area
Here are your search results for programs in the area of Motivation and Engagement:
The programs listed below have been reviewed by the CEBC and, if appropriate, been rated using the Scientific Rating Scale.
Programs with a Scientific Rating of 1 - Well-Supported by Research Evidence:
Programs with a Scientific Rating of 2 - Supported by Research Evidence:
Programs with a Scientific Rating of 3 - Promising Research Evidence:
- Participation Enhancement Intervention (PEI) – detailed viewTopics: Motivation and EngagementParents participating with their child or adolescent in treatment. PEI can be easily modified for any psychosocial treatment.
- Self-Motivation Group (SM Group) – detailed viewTopics: Motivation and EngagementChild-welfare involved parents and other caregivers of children from birth through age 12.