WEB-BASED TRAINING

The initial training for CM-YA is a comprehensive, interactive web-based training. The web-based training is comprised of 7 modules that will walk you through the techniques necessary to implement CM. Each module includes an overview of the intervention, specific tasks the therapist must completed in the session, examples of the intervention in action either through a session transcript or video demonstration, downloadable forms and resources related to the intervention, strategies for overcoming barriers to conducting the session and a post-test to synthesize your learning.

Following the initial training, the Training Support System provides ongoing quality assurance and support services.

The online training is 100% self-directed. You can move through the modules at your own pace and return to modules at any time for review. As seen below, the modules have an easy to navigate menu. Within each module you will be able to view images, read text, download worksheets and resources, and watch video demonstrations directly in the training program. In addition, at any time you can access your Lead Trainer through the training program to ask questions, access additional resources or practice skills with a role-play or demonstration. 

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The initial web-based training used as part of the TSS was funded through grants #R01DA017487 (Henggeler, Principal Investigator) and #K23DA015658 (Sheidow, Principal Investigator) from the National Institute on Drug Abuse, National Institutes of Health, US Department of Health and Human Services. The TSS development was funded through grant #R43DA033745 and #R44DA033745 from the National Institute on Drug Abuse, National Institutes of Health, US Department of Health and Human Services.
Material from “Implementing Contingency Management for Adolescent Substance Abuse in Outpatient Settings” (Cunningham, Schoenwald, Rowland, Swenson, Henggeler, Donohue, 2004) provided the basis for portions of the CAT. An updated version of this book is provided to users of the TSS.