With high burn out rates and poor decision-making guidelines provided to behavioral healthcare professionals, clinicians in the field are often ill-equipped with necessary tools needed to do effective sustainable work. As a result, morale and treatment quality can suffer, threatening agency survival. In this Coffee Break Case Study, OPEN MINDS Senior Associate, Sarah Fine, Ph.D., discusses how to develop formulation-driven treatment and practice work to address the causes of this problem. This presentation also features a case study exhibiting the successful results of a small, community agency that provides intensive home-based treatments to . . .