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  • Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes Multiple Live Events. The next is on 01/11/2023 at 11:00 AM (EST)

    The Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) training is appropriate for Master’s level therapists and above or those who are working on a Master’s degree and providing mental health services under the supervision of a licensed professional. TF-CBT has more data (26 + randomized trials and a number of quasi-experimental studies) to support the model’s effectiveness in helping children and families overcome the impact of child abuse and trauma than any other therapy model available. TF-CBT has been recognized by the federal government as a model program and is included on numerous websites for evidence-based practices.

    This live training will take place on January 11-13, 2023, from 11:00am-4:30pm ET. The training will be with Dr. Amy Hoch. This training will provide 15 CE Credits. 

    There is a cap of 50 attendees for this training. You must be paid in full to count towards the participation cap. It is strongly recommended you pay with credit card to ensure your spot is secure. If you plan to by check, you must email leadershipconference@nca-online.org to let us know you are sending a check. The check must be received by December 12, 2022. 

    If registration is full, this means that our capacity has been met. Please email leadershipconference@nca-online.org and we will add you to the waiting list. 


    The cost for the training is $450 and includes 14 consultation calls plus bonus Telehealth TF-CBT Training. You can not use NCA grant funds for this training. Your spot will not be reserved until payment is received. If you are paying by check, please mail ASAP to ensure your spot. 

    To pay by check, select "check" under payment method during check out. After checking out, please save your invoice or email confirmation. 

    Mail your check and invoice, payable to National Children's Alliance, to:

    National Children's Alliance P.O. Box 71477 Washington, DC 20024 

    Your name and TF-CBT Intro must be on the check memo or on a note with your check, otherwise it will not be approved. Do not mail checks to the former NCA office address, please use the PO Box listed above. 



    Pre-Requisite: TF-CBTWeb

    The Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) training is appropriate for Master’s level therapists and above or those who are working on a Master’s degree and providing mental health services under the supervision of a licensed professional. TF-CBT has more data (26 + randomized trials and a number of quasi-experimental studies) to support the model’s effectiveness in helping children and families overcome the impact of child abuse and trauma than any other therapy model available. TF-CBT has been recognized by the federal government as a model program and is included on numerous websites for evidence-based practices. 

    At the conclusion of this TF-CBT training, participants will be able to: 

             Discuss the history, development, and research supporting Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) 

             Evaluate how to appropriately assist children and teens in developing skills that will support their coping in the aftermath of trauma 

             Assess how to effectively assist parents in developing coping skills and strategies for responding to children’s therapeutic needs in the aftermath of trauma 

             Describe the PRACTICE components of TF-CBT and how to implement the components with families impacted by trauma 

    Upon completion of the virtual training, participants will have met a portion of the requirements for formal certification in TF-CBT (obtained through the Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy National Therapist Certification Program). The Virtual Training will count towards the formal certification in TF-CBT. However, a few guidelines must be met as established by the developers. Training participants are required to have a web camera (i.e., on a laptop computer or cell phone) in order to participate in the TF-CBT 3-day training via web-platform. 

    Completion of TF-CBT Web2.0 is required as a prerequisite to the virtual TF-CBT training and should be submitted to the trainer 3 days prior to Day 1 of the virtual training.  

    TF-CBTWeb

    The training will be offered over a 3-day period: 

    Wednesday, January 11, 11:00 am-4:30 pm EST  

    Thursday, January 12, 11:00 am-4:30 pm EST  

    Friday, January 13, 11:00 am-4:30 pm EST 

    To register for this training, you will need an NCA Engage account. If you do not have one, visit NCA Engage Getting Started page for step-by-step instructions to request an NCA Engage account. The account request form will include a field that asks for an Organizational ID number. The Organizational ID number will inform us that the person signing into NCA Engage is employed at or partnered with a member organization. Please email membership@nca-online.org if you need your Organizational ID. If you are not employed at or partnered with a member organization, please enter MH22 as your Organizational ID for non-member access to NCA Engage. Non-member access will provide access to the training. 

     ** As a reminder, if you are paying by check, your training registration is incomplete, and your spot will not be reserved, until your check is received and is manually approved by our staff. Your name and TF-CBT Intro must be on the check memo or on a note with your check, otherwise it will not be approved. Do not mail checks to the former NCA office address, please use the PO Box listed above. 

    If you need any disability accommodations for this training, please reach out to Rachael at leadershipconference@nca-online.org

    Amy Hoch

    TF-CBT Master Trainer

    Rowan University

    Amy Hoch, Psy.D. is a licensed psychologist and certified school psychologist in New Jersey and New York. She is the Associate Director of Rowan University’s Wellness Center where she primarily works with young adults who have experienced trauma and engage in risky behavior, including self-injury, suicide attempts, substance abuse, eating disordered behavior and risky sex. She is the Co-Chair for the Sexual Violence Prevention Committee on campus and sat on the Sexual Violence Task Force for the American College Health Association. For the previous 13 years, she worked as a staff psychologist at the Child Abuse Research Education and Service (CARES) Institute at Rowan’s School of Osteopathic Medicine in Stratford, New Jersey. She is a certified trainer in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) and provides supervision, consultation and training on trauma treatment. Dr. Hoch is also trained in EMDR and DBT and provides one-day trainings in RODBT.

  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 12/01/2022 at 11:00 AM (EST)

    Come enjoy some playful time while also enhancing your TFCBT skills with children and adolescents! Keeping ourselves and our clients engaged in trauma work can be a challenge. Utilizing play and play materials across all components of TFCBT helps add creativity and new affective associations to the trauma material. During this advanced TFCBT training, we will be discussing and practicing creative, playful ways to teach coping skills; facilitate a narrative; process the trauma and engage caregivers in this work. No matter the age, play, laughter and creativity can enhance the use of TFCBT and create a foundation of self-care for clinicians. Please come and bring your favorite books or play materials to share so we can all leave energized and ready to play!

    This live training will take place on December 1, 2022, from 11:00am-4:30pm ET with Amy Hoch, PsyD. This training will provide 5 CE Credits. 

    There is a cap of 80 attendees for this training. You must be paid in full to count towards the participation cap. It is strongly recommended you pay with credit card to ensure your spot is secure. If you plan to by check, you must email leadershipconference@nca-online.org to let us know you are sending a check. The check must be received by November 10, 2022

    If registration is full, this means that our capacity has been met. Please email leadershipconference@nca-online.org and we will add you to the waiting list. 


    The cost for this training is $149. You can not use NCA grant funds for this training. Your spot will not be reserved until payment is received. If you are paying by check, please mail ASAP to ensure your spot.

    To pay by check, select "check" under payment method during check out. After checking out, please save your invoice or email confirmation. 

    Mail your check and invoice, payable to National Children's Alliance, to:

    National Children's Alliance P.O. Box 71477 Washington, DC 20024 

    Your name and Advanced Play must be on the check memo or on a note with your check, otherwise it will not be approved. Do not mail checks to the former NCA office address, please use the PO Box listed above. 


    Come enjoy some playful time while also enhancing your TFCBT skills with children and adolescents! 

    Keeping ourselves and our clients engaged in trauma work can be a challenge.  Utilizing play and play materials across all components of TFCBT helps add creativity and new affective associations to the trauma material.  During this advanced TFCBT training, we will be discussing and practicing creative, playful ways to teach coping skills; facilitate a narrative; process the trauma and engage caregivers in this work.  No matter the age, play, laughter and creativity can enhance the use of TFCBT and create a foundation of self-care for clinicians.  Please come and bring your favorite books or play materials to share so we can all leave energized and ready to play! 


    Training Agenda

    11:00 -11:30: Welcome and Introductions 

    11:30-12:30:  Psychoeducation  

    12:30 – 12:40: Break 

    12:40 –1:30: Coping Skills 

    1:30 – 2:00: Trauma Narrative 

    2:00 – 2:15: Break 

    2:15 – 3:00: Trauma Narrative Continued 

    3:00-4:15:  Enhancement Skills 

    4:15-4:30:  Q&A/wrap up 

     

    ADV TF-CBT PRE-REQUISITE:

    1. Completion of TF-CBTWeb;
    2. Participation in a live TF-CBT training (two days) conducted by a treatment developer or an approved national trainer (graduate of our TF-CBT Train-the-Trainer Program); or Live training in the context of an approved national, regional, or state TF-CBT Learning Collaborative of at least six months duration in which one of the treatment developers
    3. Participation in follow-up a minimum of nine consultation calls provided by a TF-CBT master trainer.  Active participation in at least nine of the required cluster/consultation calls in the context of an approved TF-CBT Learning Collaborative;
    4. Completion of three separate TF-CBT treatment cases with three children or adolescents with at least two of the cases including the active participation of caretakers or another designated third party (e.g., direct care staff member in a residential treatment facility)
    5. Use of at least one standardized instrument to assess TF-CBT treatment progress with each of the above cases

    To register for this training, you will need an NCA Engage account. If you do not have one, visit NCA Engage Getting Started page for step-by-step instructions to request an NCA Engage account. The account request form will include a field that asks for an Organizational ID number. The Organizational ID number will inform us that the person signing into NCA Engage is employed at or partnered with a member organization. Please email membership@nca-online.org if you need your Organizational ID. If you are not employed at or partnered with a member organization, please enter MH22 as your Organizational ID for non-member access to NCA Engage. Non-member access will provide access to the training. 

     ** As a reminder, if you are paying by check, your training registration is incomplete, and your spot will not be reserved, until your check is received and is manually approved by our staff. Your name and Advanced Play must be on the check memo or on a note with your check, otherwise it will not be approved. Do not mail checks to the former NCA office address, please use the PO Box listed above.

    If you need any disability accommodations for this training, please reach out to Rachael at leadershipconference@nca-online.org


    Amy Hoch

    TF-CBT Master Trainer

    Rowan University

    Amy Hoch, Psy.D. is a licensed psychologist and certified school psychologist in New Jersey and New York. She is the Associate Director of Rowan University’s Wellness Center where she primarily works with young adults who have experienced trauma and engage in risky behavior, including self-injury, suicide attempts, substance abuse, eating disordered behavior and risky sex. She is the Co-Chair for the Sexual Violence Prevention Committee on campus and sat on the Sexual Violence Task Force for the American College Health Association. For the previous 13 years, she worked as a staff psychologist at the Child Abuse Research Education and Service (CARES) Institute at Rowan’s School of Osteopathic Medicine in Stratford, New Jersey. She is a certified trainer in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) and provides supervision, consultation and training on trauma treatment. Dr. Hoch is also trained in EMDR and DBT and provides one-day trainings in RODBT.

  • Contains 27 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 10/26/2022 at 3:00 PM (EDT) Recorded On: 03/02/2022

    This webinar series will review NCA’s 10 required and 3 optional standards for Accreditation, which go into effect on January 1st, 2023. Each webinar will review the individual essential components for each standard, and provide practical ways for CACs to meet the requirements

     

    Alyson McKenzie

    Director of Accreditation

    National Children's Alliance

    Alyson MacKenzie is the Director of Accreditation at National Children’s Alliance, and manages the accreditation process for Child Advocacy Centers throughout the country. Previously Alyson was the Senior Program Associate of Accreditation at NCA as well as Program Associate at NCA, managing grants and membership for the Southern Region of the United States. She has a Master’s Degree in Social Work and a Certificate in Human Service Management from Boston University. Ms. MacKenzie has years of experience providing training and technical assistance to Children’s Advocacy Centers across the country.

    Alyssa Todd

    Accreditation Coordinator

    National Children's Alliance

    Alyssa Todd worked as an Investigative Social Worker for Vermont CPS for almost five years, then moved to Philadelphia for grad school, where she continued to work with youth in foster care. She moved back to Vermont and became the Director and Forensic Interviewer of a small Associate Member center in Brattleboro, VT in 2012. In 2016 the Center became fully Accredited with NCA under Ms. Todd's leadership. During her time working at a CAC, her interests were mostly focused on Forensic Interviewing and Vicarious Trauma.

    Michelle Miller, Ph.D., LCSW

    Director of Mental Health Programs

    National Children’s Alliance

    Michelle Miller, PhD, LCSW, LCPC, has over 25 years’ experience working in the child welfare field and 18 years’ experience providing mental health care and clinical supervision to mental health practitioners, in addition to training and implementation of evidence-based practices and treatments. Michelle co-founded the Butte Child Evaluation Center, Montana’s first accredited CAC, in 1998, where she served as director, forensic interviewer, and MDT coordinator until 2013. Michelle was also instrumental in founding the Montana State Chapter organization of NCA, which she chaired from 2008-2011, and continued to serve as a board member until 2016. Michelle has served on numerous local, state, and national task forces and committees. In her private practice, Michelle specialized in providing CFTSI and Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT). Michelle has been working on Mental Health Initiatives at NCA since 2016.

  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 10/24/2022 at 11:00 AM (EDT)

    TFCBT is an evidence-based treatment for child abuse and has been shown to be effective with complex trauma. The purpose of this presentation is to provide information on complex trauma as well as specific ways to adapt TFCBT for use with children and adolescents who have a complex PTSD presentation. Specific emphasis will be placed on how clinicians assess for complex trauma; safety and stabilization techniques; engagement in exposure; and processing grief. Participants will be encouraged to share case examples and engage in experiential exercises that will enhance their skills.

    This live training will take place on October 24, 2022, from 11:00am-5:30pm ET with Amy Hoch, PsyD. This training will provide 5 CE Credits. 

    There is a cap of 80 attendees for this training. You must be paid in full to count towards the participation cap. It is strongly recommended you pay with credit card to ensure your spot is secure. If you plan to by check, you must email leadershipconference@nca-online.org to let us know you are sending a check. The check must be received by October 7, 2022. 

    If registration is full, this means that our capacity has been met. Please email leadershipconference@nca-online.org and we will add you to the waiting list. 


    The cost for the training is $149. You can not use NCA grant funds for this training. Your spot will not be reserved until payment is received. If you are paying by check, please mail ASAP to ensure your spot. 

    To pay by check, select "check" under payment method during check out. After checking out, please save your invoice or email confirmation. 

    Mail your check and invoice, payable to National Children's Alliance, to:

    National Children's Alliance P.O. Box 71477 Washington, DC 20024 

    Your name and Advanced Trauma must be on the check memo or on a note with your check, otherwise it will not be approved. Do not mail checks to the former NCA office address, please use the PO Box listed above. 


    TFCBT is an evidence-based treatment for child abuse and has been shown to be effective with complex trauma.  The purpose of this presentation is to provide information on complex trauma as well as specific ways to adapt TFCBT for use with children and adolescents who have a complex PTSD presentation.   Specific emphasis will be placed on how clinicians assess for complex trauma; safety and stabilization techniques; engagement in exposure; and processing grief.  Participants will be encouraged to share case examples and engage in experiential exercises that will enhance their skills.

    Learning Objectives

    1. Identify at least 2 assessment measures for complex trauma.
    2. Describe at least 4 domains of development that are impacted by complex trauma.
    3. Other than chapters what are two additional ways to facilitate creating a narrative?
    4. Name 2 ways that complex trauma impacts current life?
    5. Name 3 sets of skills that are helpful to teach children and adolescents with complex trauma? 

    Training Agenda

    9 – 9:30: Introductions and Overview 

    9:30 – 10:30 Defining & Assessing Complex Trauma 

    10:30 – 10:45 Break 

    10:45 – 12pm Safety & Stabilization 

    12 – 1 Lunch 

    1 – 2:30 Engaging in Exposure  

    2:30 – 2:45 Break 

    2:45 – 4 Processing & Grief Work

    ADV TF-CBT PRE-REQUISITE:

    1. Completion of TF-CBTWeb;
    2. Participation in a live TF-CBT training (two days) conducted by a treatment developer or an approved national trainer (graduate of our TF-CBT Train-the-Trainer Program); or Live training in the context of an approved national, regional, or state TF-CBT Learning Collaborative of at least six months duration in which one of the treatment developers
    3. Participation in follow-up a minimum of nine consultation calls provided by a TF-CBT master trainer.  Active participation in at least nine of the required cluster/consultation calls in the context of an approved TF-CBT Learning Collaborative;
    4. Completion of three separate TF-CBT treatment cases with three children or adolescents with at least two of the cases including the active participation of caretakers or another designated third party (e.g., direct care staff member in a residential treatment facility)
    5. Use of at least one standardized instrument to assess TF-CBT treatment progress with each of the above cases

    To register for this training, you will need an NCA Engage account. If you do not have one, visit NCA Engage Getting Started page for step-by-step instructions to request an NCA Engage account. The account request form will include a field that asks for an Organizational ID number. The Organizational ID number will inform us that the person signing into NCA Engage is employed at or partnered with a member organization. Please email membership@nca-online.org if you need your Organizational ID. If you are not employed at or partnered with a member organization, please enter MH22 as your Organizational ID for non-member access to NCA Engage. Non-member access will provide access to the training. 

     ** As a reminder, if you are paying by check, your training registration is incomplete, and your spot will not be reserved, until your check is received and is manually approved by our staff. Your name and Advanced Trauma  must be on the check memo or on a note with your check, otherwise it will not be approved. Do not mail checks to the former NCA office address, please use the PO Box listed above.

    If you need any disability accommodations for this training, please reach out to Rachael at leadershipconference@nca-online.org


    Amy Hoch

    TF-CBT Master Trainer

    Rowan University

    Amy Hoch, Psy.D. is a licensed psychologist and certified school psychologist in New Jersey and New York. She is the Associate Director of Rowan University’s Wellness Center where she primarily works with young adults who have experienced trauma and engage in risky behavior, including self-injury, suicide attempts, substance abuse, eating disordered behavior and risky sex. She is the Co-Chair for the Sexual Violence Prevention Committee on campus and sat on the Sexual Violence Task Force for the American College Health Association. For the previous 13 years, she worked as a staff psychologist at the Child Abuse Research Education and Service (CARES) Institute at Rowan’s School of Osteopathic Medicine in Stratford, New Jersey. She is a certified trainer in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) and provides supervision, consultation and training on trauma treatment. Dr. Hoch is also trained in EMDR and DBT and provides one-day trainings in RODBT.

  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes Multiple Live Events. The next is on 10/05/2022 at 1:00 PM (EDT)

    This 5-hour training will provide mental health professionals with an understanding of telehealth delivery of Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT). Topics covered will include: (1) specific tailoring of TF-CBT components for a telehealth delivery format, (2), demonstration of how to utilize electronic resources to deliver TFCBT components via telehealth and (3) procedures and workflow considerations for telehealth delivery of TF-CBT.

    Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Via Telehealth: Advanced Topics and Techniques with Regan Stewart, PhD, Paula Condol, LPCC, and Nicola Herting, PhD 

    Live Virtual Training on October 5-6, 1:00-4:00PM ET. There will be a 30-minute break for lunch.

    This 5-hour training will provide mental health professionals with an understanding of telehealth delivery of Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT). Topics covered will include: (1) specific tailoring of TF-CBT components for a telehealth delivery format, (2), demonstration of how to utilize electronic resources to deliver TFCBT components via telehealth and (3) procedures and workflow considerations for telehealth delivery of TF-CBT.

    Pre-Requisite: Completed TF-CBT Basic Training

    Learning Objectives:

    1. Participants will be able to describe modifications needed to implement TF-CBT via telehealth
    2. Participants will be able to understand the ethics surrounding distance counseling
    3. Participants will be able to describe techniques and resources to provide engaging trauma treatment for children via telehealth
    4. Participants will be able to understand how to tailor electronic resources to fit the needs of culturally and linguistically diverse children

    Paula Condol, M.S., LPCC

    Executive Director

    Dakota Children's Advocacy Center

    Paula Condol obtained her master’s degree in Community Counseling in 1996 from St. Cloud State University and is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor in the state of ND and a Certified Supervisor.  She has been the Director of the Dakota Children's Advocacy Center for 22 years, and worked as an adjunct faculty member at the University of Mary Masters of Counseling program for 9 years. Paula provides evidence-based treatment to children and their families affected by trauma and abuse and trains others in the field on utilizing these evidence-based practices. 

    Nicola Herting, PhD

    Mental Health Strategic Director

    Red River Children's Advocacy Center

    Nicole Herting is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist who specializes in working with children and families impacted by trauma. Dr. Herting is the Clinical Director of the Sanford Traumatic Stress Treatment Center, Mental Health Strategic Director at Red River Children’s Advocacy Center, an Adjunct Research Scientist for Sanford and the Treatment Collaborative for Traumatized Youth, and an Adjunct Professor in the University of North Dakota Clinical Psychology Program. Dr. Herting has extensive training in trauma and child abuse and is experienced in providing evidence-based, trauma-specific screening, assessment, treatment, trainings, and consultation. Dr. Herting is involved in several statewide evidence-based trauma treatment and screening implementation initiatives in North Dakota. 

    Regan W. Stewart, Ph.D.

    Associate Professor and Licensed Clinical Psychologist

    Medical University of South Carolina

    Regan Stewart is an Associate Professor and clinical psychologist in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the Medical University of South Carolina. Dr. Stewart’s research focuses on addressing mental health disparities for underserved trauma-exposed youth, particularly through the use of telehealth technology within the United States and globally. She is the director of the Telehealth Outreach Program for Traumatic Stress at MUSC, a program focused on utilizing telehealth to increase access to trauma-focused treatment for underserved children. Dr. Stewart is a nationally recognized expert in telehealth delivery of trauma-focused interventions for children and adolescents. She led the development of a training curriculum for telehealth delivery of Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and has trained organizations across the U.S. in this work.

  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 10/03/2022 at 10:30 AM (EDT)

    LGBTQ+ youth are at elevated risk for experiencing additional traumas that are specifically or in part related to their sexual orientation and/or gender identity and expression (SOGIE).  This workshop will examine the integration of the Family Acceptance Project’s (FAP) Family support Model into TF-CBT to better meet the needs of LGBTQI+ youth and families.  We will identify ways to implement the phases and components of the model through strengths-based, resiliency-building approaches with an emphasis on enhancing the caregiver’s potential to be sources of support for the youth.

    This live training will take place on October 3, 2022, from 10:30am-5:00pm ET with Kelly Wilson, LCSW. This training will provide 5 CE Credits. 

    There is a cap of 40 attendees for this training. You must be paid in full to count towards the participation cap. It is strongly recommended you pay with credit card to ensure your spot is secure. If you plan to by check, you must email leadershipconference@nca-online.org to let us know you are sending a check. The check must be received by September 16, 2022. 

    If registration is full, this means that our capacity has been met. Please email leadershipconference@nca-online.org and we will add you to the waiting list. 


    The cost for the training is $149. You can not use NCA grant funds for this training. Your spot will not be reserved until payment is received. If you are paying by check, please mail ASAP to ensure your spot. 

    To pay by check, select "check" under payment method during check out. After checking out, please save your invoice or email confirmation. 

    Mail your check and invoice, payable to National Children's Alliance, to:

    National Children's Alliance P.O. Box 71477 Washington, DC 20024 

    Your name and Advanced LGBTQ must be on the check memo or on a note with your check, otherwise it will not be approved. Do not mail checks to the former NCA office address, please use the PO Box listed above. 


    LGBTQ+ youth are at elevated risk for experiencing additional traumas that are specifically or in part related to their sexual orientation and/or gender identity and expression (SOGIE).  This workshop will examine the integration of the Family Acceptance Project’s (FAP) Family support Model into TF-CBT to better meet the needs of LGBTQI+ youth and families.  We will identify ways to implement the phases and components of the model through strengths-based, resiliency-building approaches with an emphasis on enhancing the caregiver’s potential to be sources of support for the youth.

    Learning Objectives: 

    1. Discuss the process of integrating the Family Acceptance Project’s Family Support Model into TF-CBT. 
    2. Explore the relationships between different traumatic experiences and the LGBTQ youth population, especially parental and family rejection. 
    3. List key considerations for screening LGBTQ youth for trauma and posttraumatic stress symptoms. 
    4. Recognize confidentiality considerations for the application of TF-CBT with LGBTQ youth. 
    5. Describe identified strategies for application of TF-CBT components and phases when working with LGBTQ youth and their families/caregivers. 

    Agenda: 

    10:30 – 12:00pm Assessment & Fidelity Guidelines 

    12:00 – 1:00pm Lunch  

    1:00 – 2:30pm Family Engagement and Safety Considerations 

    2:30 – 3:00pm Break 

    3:00 - 5:00pm Strategies for application of TF-CBT components and phases with LGBTQ youth and their families 

    ADV TF-CBT PRE-REQUISITE:

    1. Completion of TF-CBTWeb;
    2. Participation in a live TF-CBT training (two days) conducted by a treatment developer or an approved national trainer (graduate of our TF-CBT Train-the-Trainer Program); or Live training in the context of an approved national, regional, or state TF-CBT Learning Collaborative of at least six months duration in which one of the treatment developers
    3. Participation in follow-up a minimum of nine consultation calls provided by a TF-CBT master trainer.  Active participation in at least nine of the required cluster/consultation calls in the context of an approved TF-CBT Learning Collaborative;
    4. Completion of three separate TF-CBT treatment cases with three children or adolescents with at least two of the cases including the active participation of caretakers or another designated third party (e.g., direct care staff member in a residential treatment facility)
    5. Use of at least one standardized instrument to assess TF-CBT treatment progress with each of the above cases

    To register for this training, you will need an NCA Engage account. If you do not have one, visit NCA Engage Getting Started page for step-by-step instructions to request an NCA Engage account. The account request form will include a field that asks for an Organizational ID number. The Organizational ID number will inform us that the person signing into NCA Engage is employed at or partnered with a member organization. Please email membership@nca-online.org if you need your Organizational ID. If you are not employed at or partnered with a member organization, please enter MH22 as your Organizational ID for non-member access to NCA Engage. Non-member access will provide access to the training. 

     ** As a reminder, if you are paying by check, your training registration is incomplete, and your spot will not be reserved, until your check is received and is manually approved by our staff. Your name and Advanced LGBTQ  must be on the check memo or on a note with your check, otherwise it will not be approved. Do not mail checks to the former NCA office address, please use the PO Box listed above.

    If you need any disability accommodations for this training, please reach out to Rachael at leadershipconference@nca-online.org


    Kelly Wilson, LCSW

    Clinician

    Kelly Wilson, LCSW, is a clinician, consultant and trainer working in Madison, WI. She has over 20 years experience in children’s mental health specializing in the treatment of child traumatic stress. Kelly has worked extensively with children in therapeutic foster care and in the outpatient treatment setting. She is a nationally recognized trainer of Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), Structured Psychotherapy for Adolescents Responding to Chronic Stress (SPARCS) and Psychological First Aid (PFA).  Kelly has a passion for spreading evidence-based assessment and treatment models to frontline mental health professionals using the latest advances in Implementation Science.   

  • Contains 1 Component(s)

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