In all cases, the overarching mission of the Project reflects the cultural preference for preserving the family, whenever possible, even in cases of child maltreatment. Thus, Project 12-Ways' mission is to reduce the occurrence of child maltreatment and maintain the viability of the families we serve.
Every family served by the Project is a case study in evidence driven practice. A baseline is established on every aspect of the family's functioning that has led to its involvement in the child welfare system.
In 1992, we began a shift from a model of parent training that focused on:
- a limited set of parenting skills
- within the confines of a dyad (typically a mother and one of her children)
- during a brief period (approximately 30 minutes) to CVFT™.
- Products & Services
- Dr. Brandon F. Greene on:
- Project Beginnings
- Puns & Protocols
- Organizing sessions with families: The origin of "SAPI"
- Contextual Validity & CVFT
- Behavior Analysis & Child Welfare