If you're a mental health clinician, we're hoping you've heard of the approach we use at Think:Kids. Perhaps you're aware of the model because of the book Treating Explosive Kids: The Collaborative Problem Solving Approach
or have you've seen research papers describing implementation of the model in families, schools, or inpatient psychiatry units. So you may already know a lot about the model...or just enough to have a lot of questions...or very little at all.
No matter how you came to hear about the model, and no matter how much you know about it already, we want to make sure your questions get answered and that you have access to the most current renditions of the model, along with all kinds of materials you might need to help you use the model proficiently.
We're Think:Kids. We're a program in the Department of Psychiatry at the nonprofit Massachusetts General Hospital. And we're here for only one reason: to disseminate the a more effective a more humane, compassionate and effective approach to helping challenging kids in families, schools, clinics, inpatient units, residential facilities, and juvenile detention facilities. We want to give clinicians like you the tools you need to implement the model as well as possible.