2018 Conference
April 30 – May 2, 2018
The Westin Westminster
Denver, CO

Tuesday Afternoon II Breakout Sessions

April 12     3:15 – 4:45 p.m.

T1-C: Intermediary Provider Organizations, Purveyors and Centers of Excellence: Strategies for the Promotion of Evidence Based Practices

Patrick Kanary, Begun Center for Violence Prevention at Case Western Reserve University; Robert Franks, Judge Baker Children's Center
Program Area: Implementation
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T2-C: Multisystemic Therapy for Youths With Problem Sexual Behaviors: From Development to Dissemination

Charles Borduin, University of Missouri; Richard Munschy, MST Associates
Program Area: Blueprints Model Program
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T3-C: New Frameworks for Understanding Processes of Implementation of Evidence-Based Practices in Youth-Serving Systems

Lawrence Palinkas, University of Southern California
Program Area: Implementation
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T4-C: TFCO Changing and Rebranding: Lessons Learned and Future Directions

Rena Gold, TFC Consultants Inc.; Lisa Saldana, Oregon Social Learning Center
Program Area: Implementation
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T5-C: Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for Trauma in Schools (CBITS) Program: An Evidence-based Intervention for Students Exposed to Trauma

Carl Sumi and Michelle Woodbridge, SRI International
Program Area: Blueprints Promising Program
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T6-C: The Strong African American Families Program: Supporting Families for Optimal Youth Outcomes

Tracy Anderson, University of Georgia
Program Area: Blueprints Promising Program
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T7-C: I Do! The Engagement of FFT – With Systems, Agencies and Families

Michael Robbins and James Alexander, FFT LLC
Program Area: Blueprints Model Program
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T8-C: EPISCenter's Shared Measurement System for Improving the Impact of the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency's Prevention Initiative

Roger Spaw, EPISCenter, Pennsylvania State University
Program Area: Implementation
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T9-C: Blazing the Communities That Care Trail: New Directions for CTC in Existing State-Wide Infrastructure

Elizabeth Winder, Pennsylvania State University; Blair Brook-Weiss, University of Washington
Program Area: Implementation
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T10-C: Evidence-Based Program Implementation at Scale: Successes and Overcoming Challenges (PANEL)

Michelle Dean, MST Services; Julie Revaz, State of Connecticut Court Support Services Division; Michael Williams; Sylvia Rowlands, The New York Foundling; Ken Warner; David Bernstein, Center for Effective Interventions
Program Area: Policy Strategies and Effective Leadership
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