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Trauma Focused-Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) 2-Day Virtual Training
August 27 @ 9:00 am - August 28 @ 5:00 pm$400.00
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TF-CBT 2-Day Virtual Training
Date: August 27 – 28, 2020
Time: 9:00 – 5:00 each day EASTERN TIME
Cost: $400 per person, inclusive of Basic TF-CBT training and 12 consultation calls
Location: Virtual event. We will use the Zoom platform, and an invitation will be sent to registrants closer to the conference.
1) Participants must have a device that allows for both audio and visual transmission
2) Participants must be visible on the screen for the full training (minus planned breaks, of course!)
– There will be a 1-hour lunch break around noon
– Registration closes 24 hours before the start of the training
– Full refunds for cancellation are awarded up to 7 days before the start of the training
Must complete the TF-CBT web-based learning course prior to this 2-day training.
– TF-CBTweb can be found at https://tfcbt2.musc.edu/
– This web-based training provides 11 CEs and costs an additional $35
– You will be asked to upload your completion certificate prior to checking in to the 2-day training
– The completion certificate does not expire. If you completed the course XX years ago, just print out a copy of your certificate and present it to the trainer.
Trauma Focused-Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) is a heavily researched, evidence-based form of therapy designed to treat children who have experienced a traumatic event and struggle with subsequent emotional and/or behavioral problems. The model treats children with an array of trauma histories, including children with multiple and complex traumas in their lives. To learn more about TF-CBT, please visit: https://tfcbt.org/
This course is designed for mental health professionals who work with children who have experienced trauma. It is an intermediate level course.
9:00 Introduction to trauma
10:00 Introduction to PTSD
10:40 Overview of TF-CBT
11:00 Psychoeducation module
12:00 Lunch break (1 hour)
For each of the following modules, participants learn about background, structure, and suggestions for practice. Resources are also recommended. For each module, cultural adaptations and ethical considerations are discussed.
1:00 Parenting module
2:30 Relaxation module
3:00 Affect module
3:40 Review and questions
4:00 Consultation calls and certification discussion
9:00 Cognitive Processing module
10:40 Trauma Narrative module
12:00 Lunch (1 hour)
1:00 Trauma Narrative module for children and parents, legal and ethical considerations
2:40 Conjoint Sessions module
3:15 In vivo Exposure module
3:55 Enhancing Safety module
4:30 Graduation and Secondary Traumatic Stress
Trainer: Alicia Meyer, Ph.D.
Dr. Meyer is a nationally certified TF-CBT trainer. She is the Executive Director of a non-profit agency devoted to the assessment and treatment of traumatized children. She is also the former Director of Mental Health at multiple Child Advocacy Centers (CAC) and an expert in trauma informed care for children. She often teaches these principles to community providers, the courts, child protection agencies, and States Attorneys. Her particular areas of expertise include child maltreatment and healthy parenting practices, and she conducts forensic assessments related to these issues. She is also often called upon to provide expert witness testimony to the courts.
Please contact Dr. Meyer at TFCBT@AliciasPlace.org or 301-351-7257 for questions about the course or to make ADA accommodation requests.
Identify at least 3 ways that trauma impacts child development
Be able to reference at least 3 pieces of research discussing the evidence supporting the use of TF-CBT
Identify and describe the rationale for each component of the TF-CBT model
Describe 2-3 strategies to accomplish the goals of the Stabilization phase
Describe 2-3 strategies to accomplish the goals of the Trauma Narrative phase
Describe 2-3 strategies to accomplish the goals of the Integration phase
-Psychologists: 13 CEs. Alicia’s Place is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. Alicia’s Place maintains responsibility for this program and its content.
-Social Workers: Trauma Focused – Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) 2-Day Training, Course #2699, is approved by the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) Approved Continuing Education (ACE) program to be offered by Alicia’s Place as an individual course. Individual courses, not providers, are approved at the course level. State and provincial regulatory boards have the final authority to determine whether an individual course may be accepted for continuing education credit. ACE course approval period: 10/16/2019 – 10/16/2021. Social workers completing this course receive 11.5 Clinical Practice & 1.5 Ethics continuing education credits.
– A completion certificate is provided to the trainee at the conclusion of the 2-day training. In order to receive this completion certificate:
- Participants must fully attend all training days
- Complete and turn in a course evaluation
Listed here are the criteria to become a certified TF-CBT therapist: https://tfcbt.org/tf-cbt-certification-criteria . This 2-day training and subsequent consultation calls meet some of the certification requirements, but please note other steps are necessary before receiving TF-CBT certification. Although encouraged and generally beneficial to therapists and their organizations, certification is optional.
At the end of the 2-day training, participants will be asked to sign up for a consultation call group. There is no extra charge for these calls, as it is included in your registration fee. Generally, therapists participate in one consultation call per month for a period of 12 months. Occasionally, groups can request two consultation calls per month for 6 months. The consultation calls occur for 1 hour on Mondays and Tuesdays between the hours of 10:00 and 2:00 Eastern Standard Time. If you cannot make these calls then you will be responsible for finding and funding another avenue to meet this certification requirement.