by Michael D. Anestis, M.S.
Recently, I was contacted by some folks who are putting together a really interesting website promoting evidence-based behavioral practice (EBBP), which is often referred to here as empirically supported treatment or evidence-based treatment. The site features a number of useful tools, including links to training resources, a list of events relevant to EBBP, and a description of the meaning of EBBP.
Additionally, these folks have put together a blog about EBBP that has already featured contributions from a variety of brilliant folks, including David Barlow and Mitch Prinstein. I added a guest post today as well and I encourage you to check out the blog, as it touches on a wide range of issues relevant to EBBP and does not take a confrontational approach or attempt to alienate anyone.
Click here to go to the main site
Click here to go to the blog
The blog page has a series of links on the right hand side that takes you to specific articles, so be sure to browse there to find something that catches your interest.
If you would like to learn more about EBBP and other topics discussed on PBB, we encourage you to visit our online store for scientifically-based psychological resources.