All Kinds of News for May 04, 2016
Alpine Academy Director Michele Boguslofski presented Teaching-Family Model to Canadian Association of Community Services as an evidence-based model for trauma-informed care. Canada is looking for a model to adopt for their government funded contracts.
Boguslofski represented Teaching-Family Model Association at the conference hosted by the Canadian Government, which was located in Edmonton. The title of the conference was “From Theory to Practise: Residential Care for Children and Youth.” The conference was designed for various treatment models to present research and evidence-based practices. The models represented had to on how they use trauma-informed care in practice help children and families.
Boguslofski began working with this model in 1997. Her expertise explaining the philosophy, practice of care, and treatment that prioritizes therapeutic relationships with caregivers as the primary conduit of effective treatment while in a supportive family-style settings. The Teaching-Family Model has been peer-reviewed in research and has a clinical practice it is recognized as a treatment model that is cost-efficient, replicable, individualized, and highly effective for all participants. Alpine Academy is the only fully-accredited residential treatment program in Utah by the Teaching-Family Assocation.
To read more about the Teaching-Family Model and how Alpine Academy implements the model, click here.