Our team is trained in the scientist–practitioner model in our consultation with educational organizations. We work to contribute to an organization’s success by facilitating the execution of their vision and mission; developing research-informed practices; and applying best practices to the unique settings and communities in which they serve. Activities may include review of existing programs; planning and facilitation of new programs; and supporting implementation of new programs.

Additionally, through training, ongoing coaching, and collaboration, our team works with educational organizations to ensure that valued faculty and staff have the skills and confidence to deliver newly developed interventions and programs. Our goal is to help build capacity from within an organization.

We have expertise in developing a range of programs. The following are examples of programs we have successfully implemented:

• Self-contained special education day treatment for children in grades K-12
• Multi-tiered school-based supports
• Professional evaluation systems for school-based mental health providers
• Professional evaluation systems for educators working in special educational settings
• Parenting support programs for children and adolescents
• Data-based decision-making models to promote access to, and utilization of, services for at-risk patients
• Mental health diversion programs for first-time youth offenders
• Community-based parent workshops
• Positive behavior support programs for community systems serving individuals with developmental disabilities
• School-based prevention for youth at risk
• Bullying and violence risk prevention programs