Evidence for the BSFT® Program

Evidence for the BSFT® Program

Evidence based Definition

Evidence-based programs or practices (“EBP”) are typically defined as follows:

  • Proven to be successful through research.
  • Produced positive outcomes.
  • Established replication in different settings and populations over time.

Successful, evidence-based programs deliver quantifiable, sustainable results and are cost-effective to implement. Evidence-based practices differ from approaches that are based on tradition, belief, convention or anecdotal evidence.

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To start a conversation about how the BSFT® Program can benefit your community contact the Brief Strategic Family Therapy® Institute at bsft@med.miami.edu or 305-243-7585.