The Transition to Independence Process (TIP) model is an evidence-supported practice based on published studies that demonstrate improvements in real-life outcomes for youth and young adults with emotional/behavioral difficulties (EBD).
Offering a wide range of training programs on research-based models like TIP, plus trauma-informed care, law & ethics, and much more.
Meet Dr. Hewitt “Rusty” Clark
Author of the Transition to Independence Process (TIP ) model. Dr. Clark has developed and researched extensively, with 5 books and more than 125 professional publications.
The most recent TAY UnConvention was held in January 2013 in Rancho Mirage, California. More than 240 people participated, including 50 transition-aged youth. More than 60 different organizations were represented who serve youth and young adults.
The mission of the Transition to Independence Process (TIP) system is to assist young people with emotional and/or behavioral difficulties (EBD) in making a successful transition to adulthood with all young persons achieving, within their potential, their goals in the transition domains of education, employment, living situation, and community life.
The mission of the National Network on Youth Transition for Behavioral Health (NNYT) is to improve the progress and outcomes of youth and young adults (14-29 years of age) with emotional/behavioral difficulties (EBD) and the responsiveness of transition systems to their families.