The National Institute of Mental Health Small Business Innovation Research Program has just awarded TIA a Phase II grant.
The grant will investigate whether our family training and implementation platform (FTTIP) is “not inferior” to traditional face-to-face training on all key domains, including trainee competencies, agency readiness, and client outcomes. FTTIP’s commercial application is that national, state, and local treatment services funders and providers will find FTTIP to be a highly cost effective, flexible, and engaging way to improve the quality of their EBTs. By better preparing the nation’s workforce and providing the support and coaching they need to reach full mastery, our FTTIP product has the potential to significantly disrupt the traditional costly and inflexible training strategies. Learn more in our Research section.
CIFFTA has been included in the California Evidence-Based Clearinghouse for Child Welfare.
Our Culturally Informed and Flexible Family Based Treatment for Adolescents (CIFFTA) has recently been included in the California Evidence-Based Clearinghouse for Child Welfare in three categories: treatments for disruptive behaviors, substance use, and for mental health programs in prevention and early intervention.
This is another step forward in increasing CIFFTA’S visibility and usage, which has important implications for our dissemination, training, and coaching platform
TIA co-founder receives national awards
Dr. Daniel Santisteban has recently received the following national awards: The 2020 University of Miami Provost Award, the 2020 American Psychological Association’s Division 45 (Psychological Study of Culture, Ethnicity and Race) award for Distinguished Career in Research, and the 2020 National Hispanic Science Network Award for Excellence in Research by a Senior Investigator.
TIA successfully completes a National Institute of Mental Health Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) study.
TIA successfully completes a National Institute of Mental Health Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) study with very promising outcomes for our innovative learning platform. Learn more in our NIMH section.