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HYPE Values

 The Behavioral Compass compass

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    Flexible: practitioner’s support is adapted and provided in ways that meet the unique needs of each young adult in services.

  2. Helpful: practitioners anticipate common barriers that disrupt educational and employment success and work with the young adult proactively to develop skills and resources in order to prevent disruption.

  3. Solution-focused: practitioners work to creatively resolve practical, every-day issues in order to maintain positive movement toward the young person’s goal.

  4. Partnering: practitioners collaborate with each young adult to understand their circumstances and goals in order to overcome barriers and support sound decision making.

  5. Age-typical: practitioners support the developmentally normative pathways and choices that are common for most young adults (with and without mental health conditions).