Reduced-Cost TF-CBT Training for Clinicians Serving Rural Communities
WRCAC will respond to requests, as received, and determine eligibility for reduced-cost TF-CBT training.
WRCAC is partnering with TF-CBT developer Tony Mannarino to increase the pool of mental health clinicians trained to provide Trauma Focused -Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) to children residing in rural and remote communities. Training can be provided in-person or in a telemental health environment depending on the circumstances.
Participants of this training are required to complete the online TF-CBT web-based learning course in advance of the in-person training. The 11-hour, online course can be accessed by visiting https://tfcbt2.musc.edu/ and clicking “register”. The cost is $35, and CEUs are provided. A certificate of completion of the online training must be submitted prior to attending the training. In addition, training attendees are expected to participate in semi-monthly consultation calls for six months following the in-person training and make TF-CBT presentations of appropriate clients.
This training is for masters-level mental-health clinicians and graduate students who are working with a children’s advocacy center or children’s justice center serving children (under 18 years of age) living in rural communities who have experienced trauma.
As a result of this training, participants will:
- Receive training in how to implement TF-CBT to help children and families overcome trauma-related difficulties
- Learn and practice skills to implement TF-CBT effectively
- Be better equipped to meet the needs of traumatized children and their families
Contact Dana Sawyer at email@example.com.