What are the most effective methods for improving outcomes of at-risk individuals?

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1. Resilient Skill Sets

1.1. Social Maturity

1.1.1. Positive social orientation

1.1.2. Peer acceptance

1.1.3. Self-regulation

1.2. Emotional Support Network

1.2.1. Responsive parent-child interactions Proportion of positive interactions w/child

1.2.2. Stimulating home environment Positive & stimulating Home Environment

1.2.3. Competent adult mentors

1.3. Personal Drive

1.3.1. Motivated to learn

1.3.2. Problem-solving skills

1.3.3. Sense of self-efficacy

2. Techniques

2.1. Content-Based Methods

2.1.1. Home Visitation Programs Positive maternal interactions Reduced risk of maltreatment and DV Better health over lifetime Reduced behavior problems Reduced high school drop-out rates Features of program

2.1.2. PATHS Reduced emotional problems Reduced conduct problems Reduced hyperactivity Reduced peer problems Increased consideration Reduced aggression Increased prosocial behavior Program features

2.1.3. Incredible Years Decrease behavior problems Increase parent-child interaction Increased academic engagement Increased school competence Increased positive conflict management skills Increased social skills with peers Uses praise in parent education

2.2. Interaction-Based Methods

2.2.1. Play Develop peer bonds Social maturity (self-awareness) Group Play Prosocial skills Improve social skills Self-regulation Play Therapy Coping skills

2.2.2. Good Behavior Game Reduces externalizing behavior Long-term results if used consistently Support service use Approach to learning Reduced rate of suicide ideation in emerging adulthood

2.2.3. Sensitive and Responsive Caregiver Sensitivity Praise Positive v. Negative remarks Subtle Linguistic Cues in Praise Nonverbal and verbal praise Nongeneric praise Specific praise Positive relationship compensatory for attention difficulties Support Positive behavior strategies

2.3. Implementation

2.3.1. Community-Family Link Mentorship programs Increase positive future orientation Big Brothers/Big Sisters Afterschool programs with competent adults (4-H) Works for a range of ages and with groups or one on one Parent Education Quality Childcare Access to quality schools and childcare

2.3.2. General Characteristics Link emotional and motivation arousal with activities that promote executive functions Generalizability

3. Remaining Problems

3.1. Factors not studied/addressed

3.1.1. Self-Efficacy (by age 18)

3.1.2. Motivation

3.1.3. Emotional support (by age 10)

3.1.4. Autonomy (by age 2)

3.2. Proper/effective use of proven methods

3.3. Current Number of Programs by Type

4. Recommendations

4.1. Cross-disciplinary

4.1.1. Creative techniques Outdoors program Creative teaching of coping using CBT concepts Art therapy Mindfulness

4.1.2. Therapeutic techniques Play therapy

4.2. Adaptability

4.2.1. Universal Integration Longer-term impact

4.2.2. Collaborative

4.3. Accessibility

4.3.1. Unbundling Infant Contingency Learning

4.3.2. UIP

4.4. Evaluative

4.4.1. Standardization Guide for implementing basic, effective methods

4.4.2. Evidence-Based Mirroring

5. Introduction

5.1. Definitions

5.1.1. Riskfactors

5.1.2. Protective Factors

5.1.3. Resiliency

5.1.4. Negative outcomes/Positive outcomes

5.2. Early is essential

5.2.1. Unequal opportunities starting at birth

5.2.2. Children

5.2.3. Risks Build over time

5.2.4. At risk of...

6. Method

6.1. Identifying Protective Factors

6.1.1. "Valid" factors

6.2. Identifying Programs/Techniques

6.2.1. Evidence-Based Definition

6.2.2. Sources/Qualifications of Programs Coalition for Evidence-Based Research Blueprints Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention

6.2.3. Sources for Techniques and Implementation Aspects of programs Same databases as programs Searching for specific protective outcomes

7. Other notes