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Teaching-Family Model Practitioners’ Quality of Life Above Average

In an informal survey based on the Professional Quality of Life Scale (V5), most Teaching-Family Model practitioners who responded indicated above average compassion satisfaction and below average compassion fatigue. All professionals […]

New Study: Teaching-Family Model Homes “Produce Significantly Better Outcomes” for Youth Post-Discharge

Does Model matter? The Teaching-Family Model does. A new study published in the March issue of the Journal of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders found that the Teaching-Family Model (TFM) makes a […]

Teaching-Family Model Treatment Results on Standardized CBCL

In discussing WSIPP’s cost-benefit analysis of Teaching-Family Model group homes, we cited a 2004 study (Larzelere, et. al. 2004) from Boys Town that measured pre-post outcomes of Teaching-Family Model treatment on […]

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NREPP Recognizes Teaching-Family Model as Evidence-based

The recent publication of results from a large National Institute of Mental Health-funded research study prompted SAMHSA’s National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices (NREPP) to include the Teaching-Family Model as […]

New Study: Teaching-Family Model Homes “Produce Significantly Better Outcomes” for Youth Post-Discharge

Does Model matter? The Teaching-Family Model does. A new study published in the March issue of the Journal of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders found that the Teaching-Family Model (TFM) makes a […]

TFA Honors Eighteen Distinguished Practitioners

Dwayne Voth receives 2015 Lonnie & Elaine Phillips Award Four years ago, Dwayne Voth was an outsider to the Teaching-Family Association’s evidence-based, full model of care: the Teaching-Family Model. When […]

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