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Title Placement Topic Target Population Sector Military Use Summary
Multidimensional Family Therapy Effective-RCT Alcohol/Drugs/Tobacco, Antisocial Behavior Adolescents, Families, Parents Family Treatment, Family-Based No MDFT is an intensive, manualized, ecologically-based outpatient treatment program for adolescents who have substance abuse (primarily marijuana and/or alcohol use) issues and associated conduct and school problems.
Multidimensional Treatment Foster Care for Adolescents Effective-RCT Academic Performance, Antisocial Behavior, Behavioral Problems, Mentorship, Relationships Adolescents Community-Based No This community-based program focuses on foster children who have demonstrated problematic behaviors. The program is designed to help these youth by developing their life skills and encouraging them to build positive relationships with the people surrounding them.
PATHS (Promoting Alternative THinking Strategies) Effective-RCT Antisocial Behavior, Behavioral Problems, Depression, Emotional Competency, Social Competency Children School-based No PATHS® (Promoting Alternative THinking Strategies) is a comprehensive, developmentally based program designed to promote social and emotional competencies and prevent violence, aggression, and behavior problems among children. PATHS also strives to strengthen children's critical thinking skills and improve the classroom climate.
Prolonged Exposure (PE) Therapy Effective-RCT PTSD Adults Community-Based Yes Prolonged Exposure (PE) Therapy is a one-on-one therapeutic treatment for adults who have experienced significant trauma and have consequently received a diagnosis of post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).   Treatment focuses on reducing trauma symptoms such as hypervigilance, hyperarousal, flashbacks, and related depression and anxiety symptoms.
Incredible Years (IYS) Parenting Program Series Effective-RCT Academic Performance, Behavioral Problems, Emotional Competency, Parenting, School Readiness, Social Competency Parents Community-Based No The Incredible Years® (IYS) Parenting Program Series, a group of community- and family-based programs, is designed to increase and support parenting skills; enhance parents’ involvement in their children’s academic and school experiences; improve children’s academic, social, and emotional abilities; and reduce behavioral problems.
Multisystemic Therapy Effective-RCT Alcohol/Drugs/Tobacco, Antisocial Behavior, Behavioral Problems Adolescents, Families Community-Based, Multi-Sector No This multi-sector family and community-based program encourages juveniles to shift their focus to activities such as academics and sports and away from negligent or reckless behavior. In addition, this program may help adolescents improve their social skills and reduce antisocial behavior through the support of a trained therapist who meets with the adolescents and their families regularly and is available 24/7.
Oregon Model of Parent Management Training Effective-RCT Behavioral Problems, Communication, Emotional Competency, Parenting, Social Competency Children, Families, Parents, Community-Based No The Oregon Model of Parent Management Training (PMTO), a family- and community-based parenting intervention training, is designed to improve parenting skills and practices, reduce child’s behavior problems, and encourage positive social and emotional development in children. PMTO focuses on families who are likely to experience disruptions in parenting practices.
Teaching Students to be Peacemakers (TSP) Promising Academic Performance, Behavioral Problems, Communication, Emotional Competency, Relationships, Social Competency Adolescents, Children School-based No Teaching Students to be Peacemakers (TSP), a school-based conflict resolution and peer mediation program, is intended to decrease violence in schools, strengthen academic achievement and learning, encourage healthy decision-making, and develop positive school environments among children and youth.
Trauma Affect Regulation: Guide for Education and Therapy (TARGET) Promising Anger, Anxiety, Emotional Competency, Life Stress, PTSD, Relationships, Social Competency Adolescents, Adults Community-Based No Trauma Affect Regulation: Guide for Education and Therapy (TARGET) utilizes education and therapy to target post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) symptomatology in participants and treat participants by helping them identify and utilize their strengths to make healthy decisions and create and maintain healthy relationships.
Penn Resiliency Program (PRP) Promising Depression, Emotional Competency, Resilience, Social Competency Adolescents, Children Medical setting, School-based No The Penn Resiliency Program (PRP), a cognitive-behavioral prevention and early intervention program, is designed to be delivered to youth with risk factors for depression such as elevated symptoms (i.e., targeted delivery), or it may be provided to all youth in a setting (i.e., universal delivery). The program's main goal is to teach skills that reduce depressive thinking patterns and promote positive coping styles.
Penn Resilience Training for College Students Promising Anxiety, Communication, Depression, Emotional Competency, Life Stress, Social Competency Adults School-based No Penn Resilience Training for College Students, a cognitive-behavioral depression prevention program, is designed to promote positive coping skills for young adults by helping them to change negative and automatic thinking patterns and by teaching adaptive behaviors, such as stress management strategies and positive communication techniques.
Phoenix House Academy Promising Alcohol/Drugs/Tobacco, Anxiety, Behavioral Problems, Communication, Depression, Emotional Competency, Relationships Adolescents Community-Based No The Phoenix House Academy, a residential treatment facility for adolescents who have substance abuse problems and co-occurring mental health or behavioral disorders, is designed to increase the likelihood of full recovery for participants.
I Can Problem Solve (ICPS) - School Version Promising Behavioral Problems, Communication, Emotional Competency, Relationships, Social Competency Children School-based No I Can Problem Solve (ICPS), previously known as Interpersonal Cognitive Problem Solving, is a school-based program designed to teach children ways to develop solutions to interpersonal problems, consider the consequences of their solutions, and identify feelings and intentions that lead to problem situations. Please note there is also a family version of ICPS, described on the program website.
Incredible Years (IYS) Teacher Training Program Promising Behavioral Problems, Emotional Competency, Relationships, Social Competency Providers Community-Based, Work Site No The Incredible Years® (IYS) Teacher Training Program is designed to enhance teacher classroom management skills, promote positive teacher-student relationships and teacher-parent partnerships, help participants instill social and emotional regulation skills to participating children, and implement proactive discipline techniques.
Teen Outreach Program (TOP) Promising Academic Performance, Emotional Competency, Employment, Relationships, Reproductive Health, Resilience, Social Competency Adolescents School-based No The Teen Outreach Program® (TOP®), also known as Wyman's Teen Outreach Program®, is a school-based program intended to prevent or reduce academic failure, school suspension, school dropout, and teenage pregnancy and engage and enable youth to live productive lives. TOP involves youth in volunteer services within their communities and in regular discussions about service experiences and a wide range of topics relevant to adolescent development.
Triple P - Positive Parenting Program Level 4 Promising Behavioral Problems, Parenting Parents Community-Based No Triple P – Positive Parenting Program Level 4 is the fourth level of the Triple P intervention system. Level 4 is a program that is designed to prevent and treat behavioral, emotional, and developmental problems, such as aggressive or oppositional behavior, in children and adolescents by teaching parents positive parenting skills.
Triple P - Positive Parenting Program Level 5 Promising Behavioral Problems, Communication, Depression, Life Stress, Relationships Parents Community-Based No Triple P - Positive Parenting Program Level 5 is the highest level of the Triple P intervention system. Level 5 is an intensive family intervention program that is designed to treat severe behavioral, emotional, and developmental problems in children and adolescents by teaching parents partner-communication, mood-management, and stress-coping skills.
Team Awareness Promising Alcohol/Drugs/Tobacco, Communication, Emotional Competency, Life Stress, Social Competency, Stigma Adults, Employers Work Site No Team Awareness is a worksite intervention designed to improve the well-being of the social network, increase communication between workers, reduce risks associated with substance abuse, improve knowledge of and attitudes about resources such as Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs), and promote peer referral to such resources.
DARE to be You - Preschool Families Program Promising Alcohol/Drugs/Tobacco, Communication, Emotional Competency, Parenting, Relationships, Resilience, Social Competency Children, Parents Community-Based No The goal of the DARE to be You program is to instill resilience in children in order to help prevent drug and alcohol use in the future. This program teaches parental self-efficacy, child-rearing techniques, and problem-solving skills and aids parents in learning how to seek out social support networks.
Say It Straight (SIS) Promising Alcohol/Drugs/Tobacco, Bullying, Communication, Emotional Competency, Relationships, Social Competency Adolescents, Adults, Children Community-Based, School-based No Say It Straight™ (SIS) is an interactive communication training program designed to teach healthy and empowering communication skills while helping participants eliminate less effective communication styles. In doing so, the program strives to help the participant improve his or her self-efficacy and relationships and prevent destructive behaviors such as substance use, bullying, and violence.