2019 CEBC Year in Review
This two-page summary highlights what the CEBC accomplished in 2019. The first page highlights the changes to the program registry including specifics on the 2 topic areas that were added in 2019. The second page highlights CEBC activities that occurred and resources that were added on the selection and implementation of evidence-based practices during the 2019 calendar year, including webinars, presentations, exhibiting, tools & resources, and manuscripts. Click here to access the summary document.
The Family First Prevention Services Act (FFPSA)
Many questions have arisen regarding the Family First Prevention Services Act and how the CEBC is connected to it. The CEBC has created the Comparison of the CEBC Scientific Rating Criteria with the FFPSA Evidence resource to address questions.
CEBC Training and Technical Assistance
The CEBC provides California-based agencies with free individualized support on using the CEBC program registry and implementation materials to best meet their needs. Services are typically provided via internet or phone. Click here to download the Training and Technical Assistance flyer for more information.
The CEBC has recently added the following programs:
- Team Decision Making (TDM) - added February 2020
- Attachment-Based Family Therapy (ABFT) - added January 2020
- Triple P – Positive Parenting Program® - Level 2 Selected Seminar Series (Selected Seminars Triple) - added January 2020
- Triple P - Positive Parenting Program® - Level 3 Primary Care (Level 3 Triple P Primary) - added January 2020
Newest Topic Areas
The CEBC added the Supporting Sexual and/or Gender Minority (SGM) Youth: Programs topic area in November 2019. We have added three more programs into the topic area in December 2019. This makes 10 programs highlighted in it since it launched.
- All Children – All Families - added November 2019
- Family Acceptance Project® (FAP) Family Support Model - added December 2019
- Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA) - added January 2020
- getREAL - added November 2019
- Reaching Higher: A Curriculum for Foster/Adoptive Parents and Kinship Caregivers Caring for LGBTQ Youth - added November 2019
- Reaching Higher: Increasing Competency in Practice with LGBTQ Youth in Child Welfare Systems - added November 2019
- RISE (Recognize, Intervene, Support, Empower) - added December 2019
- Suicide Prevention among LGBT Youth - added November 2019
- Toward Equity: A Training Curriculum for Understanding SOGIE - added December 2019
- The Trevor Project - Trainings for Youth-Serving Professionals - added November 2019
The CEBC also added the Substance Abuse Prevention (Child & Adolescent) Programs topic area in July 2019. We have added two more programs into the topic area in December 2019. This makes 14 programs highlighted in it since it launched.
- Active Parenting of Teens: Families in Action - added October 2019 - also highlighted in the Parent Training Programs that Address Behavior Problems in Children and Adolescents topic area
- The All Stars Core Program - added October 2019
- Botvin LifeSkills Training Middle School Program - added February 2020
- CMCA: Communities Mobilizing for Change on Alcohol - added July 2019
- Familias Unidas - added July 2019
- Families Facing the Future - added July 2019 - also highlighted in the Substance Abuse Treatment (Adult) topic area
- Family Matters - added July 2019
- Guiding Good Choices - added December 2019 - also highlighted in the Parent Training Programs that Address Behavior Problems in Children and Adolescents topic area
- keepin' it REAL (kiR) - added November 2019
- Positive Family Support (PFS) Program - added August 2019
- Project ALERT - added December 2019
- Project SUCCESS - added November 2019
- Residential Student Assistance Program - added July 2019 - also highlighted in Substance Abuse Treatment (Child & Adolescent) Programs
- Too Good for Drugs (TGFD) 6th Grade - added October 2019
- Youth Message Development - added August 2019
Most Recently Added Recorded Webinar
Compassion Fatigue/ Secondary Traumatic Stress: This Is Hard, This Work That We Do, AND We Are Making A Difference - January 2020
In this webinar, Alan O’Malley-Laursen, MSW, LICSW, who is certified as a Compassion Fatigue Educator/Therapist and a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional, explores secondary traumatic stress/compassion fatigue (STS/CF) and other human services workplace stressors and how we can ultimately experience “compassion satisfaction,” which is the key to thriving in the midst of this difficult work that we do. Real-time, on-the-job strategies will be examined, including self-awareness, self-regulation, emotional reflection, and the elicitation and amplification of good work. Please access https://www.cebc4cw.org/resources-new/cebc-webinars/compassion-fatigue-secondary-traumatic-stress-this-is-hard-this-work-that-we-do-and-we-are-making-a-difference-january-2020/ for more information and to view the webinar.
Keeping the Intervention Going: Planning & Maintaining Long-Term Sustainability - May 2019
In this webinar, Lauren Brookman-Frazee, PhD, Professor of Psychiatry, University of California, San Diego; Associate Director of the Child and Adolescent Services Research Center; Research and Training Director at the Autism Discovery Institute at Rady Children’s Hospital – San Diego; and faculty in both the SDSU/UCSD Joint Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology and the UCSD/VA Psychology Internship Training Program and Jared Martin, CEBC Implementation Specialist, provide administrators and managers with considerations for early planning of ongoing operations and strategies for troubleshooting implementation issues that threaten sustainability. Please access https://www.cebc4cw.org/resources-new/cebc-webinars/keeping-the-intervention-going-planning-maintaining-long-term-sustainability/ for more information and to view the webinar.
Most Recently Added or Updated Resources:
National Parent Involvement Day Handout - November 2019
This 1-page guide released on National Parent Involvement Day, Nov. 21, 2019, describe some resources on the CEBC that may help parents/caregivers to be more involved in children’s learning at school and at home.
NCA Accreditation – EBPs for Mental Health Standard - September 2019
The National Children’s Alliance (NCA) has established Mental Health Standards as one component of their National Standards for Accreditation* for children’s advocacy centers. Essential Component A of the Mental Health Standard requires that: Mental health services are provided by professionals with training in, and who deliver, trauma-focused, evidence-supported mental health treatment. The NCA identified several programs with research support for work to address the trauma of child sexual abuse and/or physical abuse and specify that clinicians working with CAC clients, whether on staff or by referral, should be trained in one or more of these EBPs. To assist CAC administrators and clinicians in determining which of these practices is the best fit for their needs, the CEBC produced a 2-page resource with basic information on each of these EBPs (in alphabetical order), along with links to training resources.
Maximizing Impact of Private and Public Funding - July 2019
Research has shown that there is a 17-year gap between the development and research of evidence-based practices (EBPs) and the implementation of those practices in real-world settings. Funding Agencies can help bridge the research-to-practice gap by providing the funds needed to deliver EBPs to those in need. This resource gives tips on different types of implementation and how to maximize funding impact.
Considerations for Sustaining Evidence-Based Programs - Updated in July 2019 - Originally Loaded in March 2019
When effective interventions are in place, it is critical that these interventions receive sufficient attention and resources to maintain on-going operations. This 3-page resource highlights important findings from implementation research in order to inform service providers' efforts with planning for and maintaining EBP sustainability.
Page last updated on 2/10/2020.