In 2022, CDP trained just under 10,000 military and civilian behavioral health providers. We responded to two requests to facilitate Ukrainian providers’ use of evidence-based, trauma-informed behavioral health practices in armed conflict settings involving both military and civilian (including pediatric) populations.
CDP's five-year collaborative research project, the Targeted Assessment and Clinic-Tailored Implementation of Change Strategies (TACTICS) study, has come to a close. We also published findings from a research project that investigated the effectiveness of a novel wearable technology/software package on the reduction of symptoms of stress and anger. In collaboration with the Kennedy Krieger Institute, CDP continued a study investigating the feasibility and best practices for enhancing and expanding capabilities to deliver telehealth services to military children with developmental, emotional, and behavioral health needs.
Read all about these (and more!) new partnerships and programs in support of service members, veterans and their families.