August- Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) Basic
This live virtual training will take place Aug 8, 9, and 10, 2023 and Nov 2, 2023, from 11:00am - 5:00pm EST with Ashley Fiore, LCSW. CE credits will be available.
This will be an interactive and participatory virtual training experience with pre-work and action period assignments that build participants’ skills at implementing TF-CBT with children and families with fidelity and clinical competence. Clinical resources for interventions will be shared.
Note: It is important that participants complete all Pre-Training Assignments to maximize their learning during training, which will focus on applying those concepts.
Attendees should have an active caseload appropriate for TF-CBT and be ready to apply the model. Supervisors are welcome to attend training; however, if they are not carrying their own active TF-CBT cases, they will not be able to participate in group consultation or meet criteria to seek national certification.
There is a cap of 50 attendees for this training. You must be paid in full to count toward the participation cap. It is strongly recommended you pay with credit card to ensure your spot is secure. If you plan to pay by check, you must email email@example.com to let us know you are sending a check. Note: Payment deadline has been extended to August 4, 2023.
If registration is full, this means that our capacity has been met. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will add you to the waiting list.
Anyone participating in this training will be invited to participate for a free bonus training in Telehealth Delivery of TF-CBT (date TBD) with 5 optional consultation calls.
The cost for the training is $450 and includes up to 14 consultation calls. You may 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.
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:
- Evaluate which cases would benefit from TF-CBT and successfully engage families in treatment
- Create session agendas and structure TF-CBT sessions to meet fidelity standards
- Explain how to integrate gradual exposure into every TF-CBT session
- Support children and teens in developing skills that enhance coping and symptom reduction in the aftermath of trauma
- Support caregivers in developing coping skills and parenting strategies for responding to children’s therapeutic needs in the aftermath of trauma.
- Apply and implement the PRACTICE components of TF-CBT 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 toward 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 4-day training via web-platform.
The training will be offered over 4 days including:
A 3-day initial training period:
Tuesday, August 8: 11:00 am - 5:00 pm EST
Wednesday, August 9: 11:00 am - 5:00 pm EST
Thursday, August 10: 11:00 am - 5:00 pm EST
A 1-day Booster training:
Thursday, November 2: 11:00 am - 5:00 pm EST
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. Email your certificate of completion to email@example.com
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 firstname.lastname@example.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 email@example.com
Ashley Fiore, MSW, LCSW
National Children's Alliance Institute for Better Mental Health Outcomes
Ashley Fiore has worked with CACs throughout her professional career as a clinician, clinical director, program manager, trainer, and consultant. She has assessed and treated over 2,000 children and families using Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) and Alternatives for Families Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (AF-CBT). Prior to joining NCA, Ashley served as clinical faculty for the North Carolina Child Treatment Program, where she trained TF-CBT and provided individual and group consultation to clinicians using a learning collaborative model. She has expertise in the implementation and dissemination of evidence-based, trauma focused, child/family interventions. Ashley is a certified trainer in TF-CBT and AF-CBT and has provided training/consultation on trauma-informed comprehensive clinical assessments, trauma-related problematic sexual behaviors in children, and implementation support of evidence-based treatment models. She received her MSW from UNC-Chapel Hill, and enjoys gardening, making pottery, and hiking in her free time.