Resources & Training

Resources & Training

 

Training and Continuing Education

The ASU REACH Institute provides education, training, and on-line support in intervention services and assessment systems. The ASU REACH Institute focuses on families undergoing stressful transitions, experiencing stress due to immigration and acculturation, and families with children with serious mental health and health behavior challenges. Our intervention services can be implemented in public schools, the court system, welfare agencies, community mental health clinics, hospice, military services, and pediatric health care settings. We work collaboratively with organizations to assess their needs and tailor trainings accordingly. Continuing Education credits are available.

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Measures and Assessment Tools

A key component of effective prevention and treatment programs is the ability to assess needs and strengths at the individual, family, interventionist, and organizational levels. The ASU REACH Institute offers a list of measures to conduct needs and strengths assessments; provides innovative and low cost digital software with web-based access for easy data collection, analysis, report generation, and outcome analysis; and has developed confidential digital portal storage and eHealth delivery and data collection systems.

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Implementation and Clinical Outcome Monitoring

To support the successful and sustainable uptake of programs in real-world service delivery settings, the ASU REACH Institute uses innovative technologies to monitor implementation and clinical outcomes of evidence-based interventions. Implementation data such as fidelity and quality of intervention delivery can be linked to clinical outcomes.

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Efficient Survey and Assessment Systems

The ASU REACH Institute offers web-based survey and assessment technologies that can be tailored to an organization’s needs. These assessments may include brief online surveys for children and families or coding and evaluation of videotaped interactions with families.

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