Evidence-based therapy is just what the phrase suggests; therapies born out of and supported by research. Evidence-based therapies are normally part of an evidence-based practice or EBP. The National Alliance on Mental Illness defines EBPs as treatments that have been researched academically or scientifically, been proven effective, with the results replicated by multiple studies. At Avery Lane, we integrate evidence-based therapies with individual participant values and the clinical experience of our expert clinicians. Evidence-based treatment therapies have proven to be effective for more people because of the scientific research underlying them.