New Research Item: Supported Employment

Supported Employment is one of the evidence-based practices proven to be helpful for the recoveries of individuals with psychiatric disabilities. Supported Employment is a person-centered, time-unlimited, team-based, multidisclinary approach. Leading researchers at the IPS Supported Employment Center at the Dartmouth Psychiatric Research Center have produced 3 playlists of short training video for service providers which explain the each step of the Supported Employment process.  The video playlists (presented sequentially on YouTube) offer families an intimate look at how the Supported Employment process work. See the videos in PsychOdyssey’s Research section here.

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