seeking safety implementation
Seeking Safety is easy to start and to sustain. We say this based on feedback from thousands of programs and clinicians. Clients' recovery process is often challenging and their struggles are not easy. But implementing Seeking Safety is. It is a very safe model, based on both clinical experience and research, even when conducted by a wide range of staff, with a broad range of client in many different programs. .
- Look through some articles on implementing Seeking Safety
- Read chapter 2 of the Seeking Safety book, which is all about how to conduct Seeking Safety
- Visit our Store for implementation tools such as the Teaching Guide to Introduce Seeking Safety to Your Agency, the many translations of Seeking Safety, the HIV Guide for Seeking Safety, the online learning for Seeking Safety, the Training DVDs, and engagement tools such as the Safe Coping Skills Card Deck, as well as posters, etc. Please know that we are not trying to sell you stuff-- we don't like that either. The only thing needed to conduct Seeking Safety is the book, but these imiplementation tools were all suggested by agencies using the model, and so we created them.
- See the library of outcome studies on Seeking Safety