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CIBHS Evidence-Based Practices Symposium
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4/21/2016 to 4/22/2016
When: 4/21/2016
Where: Sacramento

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The California Institute for Behavioral Health Solution’s (formerly CIMH) 2016 Evidence-Based Practices Symposium will be held April 21-22, 2016, at the Doubletree by Hilton in Sacramento.

The symposium features keynote speakers Dean Lee Fixsen, PhD., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, senior scientist and co-director of the National Implementation Research Network (NIRN) and Stanley J Huey Jr., PhD, associate professor, University of Southern California.

The Symposium is designed for behavioral health, child welfare, probation, education, health care, and private insurance providers, along with EBP practitioners, supervisors and administrators who are implementing evidence-based practices, or would like to implement evidence-based practices.

Workshops will feature evidence-based practices for young children, youth, transitional-age youth, adults and older adults; substance use disorder treatments and program evaluation; innovations, strategies and tools for successful implementation of the practices; and provide information concerning the focus, impact, and client base for the practices. There will also be workshops featuring successful implementation of Community-Defined Practices.

The symposium also tracks for specific evidence-based practices such as Functional Family Therapy, Aggression Replacement Training and Trauma Focused-Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Workshops will focus on advances in research and practice, enhancing clinical skills, and building organizational infrastructure to support practice implementation.

For more details and registration information, go to www.cibhs.org. If you have any problems registering or making your hotel arrangements, contact the CIBHS conference department at conferences@cibhs.org or (916) 379-5333.

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