EBP: Supported Employment (and Supported Education)

Supported Employment is one of the evidence-based practices (EBPs) 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 has produced 3 playlists of short training videos 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. 

Introduction to Supported Employment

IPS Supported Employment Skills

IPS Supported Strategies That Work

Closely related to Supported Employment is an emerging practice with promising outlook, albeit not yet with an “evidence-based practice” designation: Supported Education.

“Getting People to College: Strategies for Engagement, Retention, Supports, and Career Development” 

A presentation about Supportive Education to the US Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association 2011 annual conference by Arlene Solomon of the Temple Universty Collaborative on Community Inclusion.

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