2015 MST-FIT training for the UK

Teams from Leeds and Northamptonshire County participated in a 4 day kickoff to launch the start of the transitional program for young persons returning from care. READ MORE »

DBHR Funds New Triple P Demonstration Project

The Division of Behavioral Health and Recover (DBHR) of the Washington State Department of Social and Health Services is partnering with the University of Washington, Seattle Children’s Hospital and the Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department to develop a multi-tiered system of supports for the promotion and prevention of children’s mental health in Tacoma/Pierce County spanning primary... READ MORE »

MST-Family Integrated Transitions Program

The Family Integrated Transitions (FIT) model - an adaptation of Multisystemic Therapy (MST-FIT) - was developed to assist youth and families at the time when they are the most vulnerable; the transition time between being placed out of home and returning home. READ MORE »

PBHJP Spotlight

Hattie Quick, a Research Coordinator at PBHJP, works with sites nationally and within the state of Washington, specifically around the Systems of Care initiative, including the state's effort to fundamentally transform the way it provides research-based services to it's youth and families. READ MORE »

Wrap+MAP Training in North Sound Washington

In May, Eric J. Bruns, Ph.D., and PBHJP staff worked with consultants from PracticeWise LLC, to train clinicians in Washington State’s North Sound region (Whatcom, Skagit, and Snohomish counties) on how to implement evidence-informed clinical care within the context of the individualized wraparound care coordination model. Training on the “Wrap+MAP” approach (Managing and Adapting... READ MORE »

Launch of the Creating Connections Regional Core Training (RCT) Curriculum

On March 26th, Sue Kerns and Barb Putnam presented the first of several MH Trainings for the Alliance for Child Welfare Excellence. The three hour curriculum was designed as a soft-launch to provide an overview of key considerations related to children’s mental health services. READ MORE »

Inventory for Promising, Evidence-based, and Research-based Practices

The Promising Practices application encourages innovation, recommends new Promising Practices for the Inventory of Evidence-based, Research-based, and Promising Practices, and allows applicants access to the UW technical assistance available as part of theState House Bill 2536 implementation. This results in better outcomes for all children and families in Washington, through provision... READ MORE »


NIJ Invests $63 Million in School Safety Research

The National Institutes of Justice has announced a $1.5 million award to a partnership between the Puget Sound Educational Service District, researchers at the University of Washington, and the King...

Upcoming Events

PBHJP Grand Rounds

February 9, 2015
8:30 am - 9:45 am
2815 Eastlake Ave E, Suite 200; Seattle, WA 98102

Evidence Based Practice Workforce Lecture Series

February 12, 2015
12:20pm - 1:30pm
School of Social Work (Rm. 305 A/B)

PBHJP Grand Rounds

March 9, 2015
8:30 am - 9:45 am
2815 Eastlake Ave E, Suite 200; Seattle, WA 98102