Skip to content

MATCH-ADTC: Don’t miss out!

The MHTP team is excited to share that we are bringing MATCH-ADTC (Modular Approach to Therapy for Children with Anxiety, Depression, Trauma, or Conduct Problems) to our training programs in the 2024-2025 training year!

MATCH-ADTC is a redesign of evidence-based treatment of childhood anxiety, depression, trauma and conduct problems. You might be very familiar with many tools from MATCH-ADTC, as the interventions are based in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). One of the most exciting reasons we want to bring MATCH-ADTC to the training program is because this protocol has been extensively tested in clinical trials. The interventions are effective, reduce unfocused time spent in therapy, and improve collaboration between patients and therapists. MATCH-ADTC is useful for providers at all levels of competency, whether doing therapy for the first time, or as an advanced supervisor!

 MATCH-ADTC is organized into bite-size pieces framed as flowcharts to guide treatment planning. More specifically, it allows us to track patient progress, address therapeutic roadblocks, and help facilitate beginning to end of treatment for children and adolescents. We are looking forward to integrating this model with the Feedback Informed Care (FIC) and episode of care approach that aligns with the Kaiser Permanente values. Please join us at the MHTP sponsored didactic on May 21st to hear the creator of MATCH-ADTC, Bruce Chorpita, PhD, talk about the intervention and how it can be helpful to the population you serve.

MHTP Clinical Supervisors, Ana Zdravkovic, PhD, Joanne Lam, PsyD, and KP Counseling Center Manager, Natalie Vides-Boelke, LCSW, are in the process of becoming trainers of MATCH-ADTC. We will be offering further training for clinical staff to become credentialed to use MATCH-ADTC within Kaiser Permanente in the upcoming training year. Please stay tuned to the MHTP newsletter for further MATCH-ADTC related updates if you are interested in becoming credentialed! 

Don’t forget to register for MATCH-ADTC, with Bruce Chorpita, PhD, on May 21st  1:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. PST Modular Approach to Therapy for Children with Anxiety, Depression, Trauma, or Conduct Problems – Kaiser Permanente Mental Health Training Program Northern California

Contributed by Joanne Lam, PsyD and Ana Zdravkovic, PhD


Back To Top