Evidence-Based Practice Project

Promising Practices

A promising practice is an intervention that has had positive outcomes, however the intervention does not meet the criteria for an evidence-based practice treatment.


Listed below are web sites regarding promising practice interventions.

Promising Practices for children with serious emotional disturbance

Promising Practices Network (PPN)


Coghill, D. (2002, July). Evidence-based psychopharmacology for children and adolescent. [Child and adolescent psychiatry]. Current Opinion in Psychiatry, 15(4); 361-368.

Note - Full text is available at the University at Buffalo Libraries.


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