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The research behind the evidence-based Teaching-Family Model
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RECOGNIZING THE TEACHING-FAMILY MODEL AS AN EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE:

SAMHSA's National Registry of Evidence-based Practices and Programs -

"TFM is based in a cognitive–behavioral approach, which is derived from behavioral principles and learning theory. TFM is designed to reduce problem behaviors and increase prosocial behaviors among youths."

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RECOGNIZED SINCE 2016

American Psychological Association -

"Family-Like Environment Better for Troubled Children and Teens, the Teaching-Family Model changes bad behavior through straight talk and loving relationships."

"...The Teaching-Family Model has also demonstrated how well-researched treatment programs can be implemented on a large scale. Most importantly, the Teaching-Family Model has given hope that young people with even the most difficult problems or behaviors can improve the quality of their lives and make contributions to society."

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RECOGNIZED SINCE 2003

California Evidence-Based Clearinghouse -

Scientific Rating: 3 - Promising Research Evidence

Child Welfare System Relevance Level: High

Rated by the CEBC in the areas of: Higher Levels of Placement and Behavioral Management Programs for Adolescents in Child Welfare.

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RECOGNIZED SINCE 2008

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