Supported Implementation (SI) for evidence-based interventions
Support to increase the fidelity and quality of implementations to build internal capacity.
In order to successfully implement evidence-based interventions such as CBITS, Bounce Back, Think First and Anger Coping, clinicians need different models of coaching and implementation support. SI increases the fidelity and quality of implementation, the number of evidence-based groups facilitated in schools, and creates internal capacity and “local expertise,” which helps local clinicians take ownership of the new practices and be able to sustain them over time.
CCR provides support through in-person workshops, conference calls, and online learning opportunities for implementers. Depending on the number and experience of implementers, supported implementation can be provided in a professional learning community format.