This poster will review the Evidence Based Practices of Cognitive Remediation and Social Skills Training, and consider the implications of integrating the models for the treatment of individuals with serious mental illnesses. Cognitive Remediation helps individuals develop, practice, and maintain executive function skills, attention, concentration and memory. Social Skills Training helps individuals develop basic social skills essential for positive engagement with the community, healthy relationships, and employment. This poster will outline the goals and desired outcomes of both treatments, and create an informed argument for combining the practices. This will include explaining the similar and complementary skills required for both curriculum; executive functioning, problem solving, and attention. Current research regarding integrated practice will be presented and analyzed, based on the methodology for developing Evidence Based Practice. Areas for further research and future implications will also be presented.