What does Evidence-Based Practice really mean?
The term “evidence-based” has become a commonly used term in the field of health care. An evidence-based approach simply refers to a treatment or program that is rooted in science and draws from research to back up its effectiveness. At HopeSparks, we believe that treatments and programs based on science and tailored to the unique needs of each individual improve the quality of care and achieve better results for families!
HopeSparks’ philosophy is that when people seek counseling and family services, they should receive treatments and participate in programs that have shown to be most effective.
Our Evidence-Based Practices include:
- Treatment for trauma children
- Treatment for trauma adults
- Treatment for anxiety
- Treatment for depression
- Treatment for behavioral issues
- Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT)
- Incredible Years Parenting Program (IY)
- Emotion Focussed Couple’s Therapy (EFT)
- Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT)
- Promoting First Relationships (PFR)
- Positive Parenting Program (Triple P)