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Available Evidence In-Sight reports

Available reports include the topics below. To request any of these existing resources or for more information on Evidence In-Sight, contact EvidenceInSight@cheo.on.ca. Two-page brief summaries of some reports are available in Evidence-in-Brief.

Mental health concerns and interventions

  1. Anger management: evidence-informed practices and programs
  2. Animal-assisted therapy
  3. Anxiety and depression: evidence-informed programs that might apply in Francophone classrooms
  4. Anxiety and school avoidance: manualized evidence-based programs
  5. Anxiety: group interventions for latency age children
  6. Art therapy for children and youth
  7. Attachment-focused parenting programs: evidence-informed programs
  8. Autism and co-occurring mental health problems
  9. Autism: the effectiveness of social skills groups
  10. Bibliotherapy and self-help resources
  11. Complex post-traumatic stress disorder: evidence-informed treatment
  12. Conversion disorder: evidence-informed treatment
  13. Co-occurring substance use and mental health problems: best practices
  14. Depression: evidence-based interventions for children and youth
  15. Depression: manualized evidence-based programs for adolescent girls
  16. Dual diagnosis assessment and treatment
  17. Emotion dysregulation: effectiveness of yoga for mindfulness and emotion regulation training for children
  18. Emotion dysregulation: evidence-informed interventions for adolescent girls
  19. Externalizing concerns in children: skills-based group interventions
  20. Externalizing concerns: several brief service interventions
  21. LGBTTQ children and youth: best practices in mental health service provision
  22. Mindfulness training for children and youth
  23. Multiple family group therapy: the evidence base
  24. Music therapy for children and youth
  25. Positive behavioural interventions and supports for children who do not have a developmental concern
  26. Reactive attachment disorder: evidence-informed interventions
  27. Recreation therapy for children and youth
  28. Self-efficacy interventions
  29. Self-esteem and intimate partner violence
  30. Self-esteem and mental health
  31. Social skills and anxiety: evidence-informed practices and programs
  32. Social skills programs for outpatient clinics
  33. Substance abuse and mental health problems in high-risk youth: evidence-based interventions
  34. Trauma and dual diagnosis: evidence-informed treatment approaches for children
  35. Trauma in post-partum mothers and their children

Community level practices

  1. Behavioral interventions for pull-out classrooms in schools
  2. Case management: evidence-informed approaches
  3. Common child and youth mental health development messages
  4. Communities of practice in healthcare
  5. Crisis response systems: best practices
  6. Effective stigma reduction activities
  7. Peer/youth navigators in the child and youth mental health system
  8. School-based mental health: collaborations between schools and community agencies
  9. Service coordination models
  10. Transitions: best practices at key transition points in the mental health system
  11. Waiting lists: selected approaches to manage and reduce

Organizational practices

  1. Clinical supervision across multiple evidence-informed programs
  2. Crisis response systems: best practices
  3. Engaging with families and youth
  4. Home-based services: inclusion and exclusion criteria across programs
  5. Intake and referral best practices
  6. Leadership models in child and youth mental health agencies
  7. Length of stay benchmarks for community outpatient mental health services
  8. Mental health intake tools for aboriginal youth
  9. Program evaluation of youth substance abuse programs: current trends
  10. Recidivism rate as an evaluation measure
  11. Residential treatment: optimal length of stay in treatment
  12. Respite service models
  13. Screening tools and psychometric properties for child and youth mental health
  14. Staff training for CBT and evidence-informed practices
  15. Suicide postvention for professionals and organizations
  16. Tertiary care settings best practices
  17. Youth engagement and associated clinical outcomes
  18. Youth engagement: evaluation of clinical outcomes

Submit your question

Ontario Centre of Excellence for Child and Youth Mental Health

695 Industrial Avenue, Ottawa Ontario, K1G 0Z1
Tel.: 613-737-2297   Fax: 613-738-4894
Email: centre@cheo.on.ca

Please note: We do not provide mental health advice, counselling or treatment. If you, or if someone
you know is in crisis right now, please call the Kids Help Phone at 1-800-668-6868.

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