The EBBP.org project creates training resources to help bridge the gap between behavioral health research and practice. Professionals from the major health disciplines are collaborating to learn, teach, and implement evidence-based behavioral practice (EBBP).
EBBP and the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies (ABCT) have launched a Skills-Based Resources page for practitioners! Follow this link to access skills, evidence, and tools for depression, anxiety, obesity, and cross-cutting techniques including relaxation, motivational interviewing, developmental issues, and cultural competency.
Two new modules have been launched! You can now view Stakeholder Dialogue about Evidence-Based Practice and Implementation of Evidence-Based Practices in the EBBP training portal!
The EBBP modules are available for CE credit for social workers, psychologists, physicians, nurses, and nurse practitioners! You can access the modules for CE credit directly through the EBBP portal at www.ebbp.org/training.html.