• Promoting Quality in Children & Family Behavioral Health

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The Center for Workforce Excellence in EBPs

The New York State Office of Mental Health is thrilled to partner with NYU's McSilver Institute for Poverty Policy and Research to launch the Center for Workforce Excellence in EBPs, which will support New York State clinicians serving youth and families in receiving trainings in evidence-based practices that will improve the system's quality of care.

General Events

November 08, 2023 Webinar

K-CAT Pilot Initiative Webinar

The NYS Office of Mental Health, in partnership with the NYU McSilver Institute for Poverty Policy and Research, is launching a pilot initiative to evaluate the feasibility and utility of using the K-CAT® adaptive assessment tool for youth. The K-CAT® assesses 6 domains (anxiety, depression, mania, ADHD, CD, and ODD), as well as suicide and substance use, and is validated for youth ages 7-17.

June 22, 2023 Webinar

EBP Application Office Hours

Please join us for the EBP Application Office Hours session to get your questions answered about the application process and EBP-specific eligibility requirements. 

June 14, 2023 Webinar

Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) for CFTSS Providers

Please join us for an informational webinar on Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) for CFTSS providers, and to learn more about what it is, what are the training eligibility requirements, and next steps.

June 14, 2023 Webinar

Functional Family Therapy (FFT) for CFTSS Providers

Please join us for an informational webinar on Functional Family Therapy (FFT) for CFTSS providers, and to learn more about what it is, what are the training eligibility requirements, and next steps.

June 06, 2023 Webinar

Introduction to Evidence-Based Practices for CFTSS Providers

The purpose of this webinar for designated CFTSS providers offering CPST and OLP services is to learn more about new EBPs for children and families offered through CWE. It will address the overall goals of the project, timeline of the no-cost training, provider eligibility to participate, and enhanced Medicaid rates to deliver these services.