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Building Personalized, Evidence-Informed Treatment By Using the Managing and Adapting Practice (MAP) System with Bruce Chorpita, Ph.D (UCLA)

Saturday, March 7, 2015 - 3:30pm

Please see Event Flyer for full event information.

An essential workshop for clinicians and administrators working with youth in the era of health care reform. Six Continuing Education credits for psychologists are available.

Redesigning Practitioner Thinking by Rethinking Practice Design
Bruce Chorpita, Ph.D. UCLA Building Personalized, Evidence-Informed Treatment by Using the Managing and Adapting Practice

Bulding personalized, evidence-informed treatment by using the Managing and Adapting Practice (MAP) system. 

BRUCE CHORPITA, Ph.D. (UCLA)

After attending this cutting edge workshop, attendees acquire understanding and portable skills in:

• Applying The innovative Managing and Adapting Practice System ?
• Building a personalized evidence-based treatment ?
• Clinical decision-making and leveraging the treatment outcome literature with real-time youth- ?specific information ?
• Using outcome monitoring to support clinical accountability

Bruce Chorpita is Professor of Psychology and Professor of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences at UCLA and President of PracticeWise, LLC. His work is aimed at improving the effectiveness of mental health service systems for children through innovation in treatment design, clinical decision-making and information-delivery models, and system architecture. Recent work has focused on designing treatments that can adapt in real time to local contexts and to emergent youth and family needs, while staying grounded in scientifically tested procedures. Other recent work has focused on how service systems can more easily and efficiently prepare a service array to address the needs of the community, and how to sustain effective practice through professional development activities, innovative supervision models, and performance feedback systems. This year, he is finishing a treatment study funded by the MacArthur Foundation for youth in Los Angeles County, which should further inform how effective practices can be widely, practically, and effectively applied in real world contexts.

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Palo Alto University is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. Palo Alto University maintains responsibility for this program and its content.

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Location: 5150 El Camino Real Suite D-11 Los Altos, CA
 
 
 

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