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TF-CBT Training Package

July 17 - July 18


Treating Trauma in Children: Using Trauma- Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy

UMMS TF-CBT Flyer July 2019 PDF

presented by Vickie Beck, APRN-PMH

Vickie Beck, APRN- PMH is from Baltimore, Maryland. Ms. Beck has been using TF-CBT for 20 years and has been a national TF-CBT trainer in the United States for 13 years. She is a board certified clinical nurse specialist with a specialty in working with children and families, and has over 40 years of experience. She has trained hundreds of clinicians in effectively treating PTSD and trauma related symptoms in children.

This workshop includes an initial 2 day training in the model by a certified TF-CBT trainer, a booster session at 4 months, and 12 consultation calls over the next year (Booster date- Thursday, October 24th; call times to be determined).

Dates of Training:

2 day Training- July 17th and 18th, 2019

1 day Booster- October 24th, 2019

12 Consultation Calls- times to be determined


University of Maryland Medical Center (room to be determined)                                                          601 W. Lombard Street Baltimore, Maryland 21201

Cost for the year long training:

$500 (includes the basic 2 day training, the 1 day booster training, and 12 consultation calls)


Completion of the online training for TF-CBT at https://tfcbt2.musc.edu/ prior to the 2 day training. (Cost for the online training is $35)


To register and for more information on hotels and restaurants,  contact Vickie Beck, APRN-PMH  at  century03@verizon.net

There is limited space for clinicians outside of the University of Maryland System (approximately 25 spaces); these spaces will be filled based on availability.


Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy is the most effective evidence-based individual therapy model currently available for treating children and adolescents who have been impacted by traumatic events. It can be used for victims of sexual and physical abuse, neglect or emotional abuse, man-made or natural disasters, car accidents, medical traumas, bullying, or loss/death of significant people in their lives. Children who have witnessed traumatic events like domestic violence or community violence can also benefit from this treatment modality.

This training meets the 2 day initial training and consultation criteria for becoming a certified TF-CBT therapist. (For more information about TF-CBT, go to www.tfcbt.org).

CEUs – 13 CEU’s through co-sponsor, Maryland Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers are available if requested prior to the start of training



July 17
July 18


Vickie Beck, APRN-PMH


University of Maryland Medical Center
501 West Lombard St.
Baltimore, MD 21201 United States
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