Telehealth Delivery of TF-CBT: What You Need to Know to Get Started
Recorded On: 04/16/2020
LIVE Event: Thursday, April 16th from 1:00-4:00PM EST
As many organizations go virtual because of the COVID-19 outbreak, children across the United States are losing access to vital mental health services. This training will provide those using or looking to use telehealth technology for Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) with some critical considerations and safeguards to keep in mind. Topics will include: specific tailoring of TF-CBT components for a telehealth delivery format; a demonstration of how to utilize electronic resources to deliver TF-CBT components; and procedures and workflow considerations for telehealth delivery of TF-CBT.
Who can register?
- TF-CBT Certified
- TF-CBT Certified Ready
- Involved in a TF-CBT Learning Collaborative and have permission from their collaborative trainer
This training is presented in partnership with Dakota Children's Advocacy Center, Red River Children's Advocacy Center, UMassMemorial Health Care, Baystate Health, Children's Advocacy Centers of North Dakota, and Medical University of South Carolina. This training is supported by NCA with funds awarded through OJJDP grant #2018-CI-FX-K003.
Attendees will join the training by using the Zoom information that is emailed once registration was complete.
A recording of the training will be available on NCA Engage on April 20th.
Regan W. Stewart, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor and Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Medical University of South Carolina
Nicola Herting, Ph.D., LP
Mental Health Director
Red River Children's Advocacy Center
Nicola Herting, Ph.D. is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist who specializes in working with children and families impacted by trauma. Dr. Herting received her MA and Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from University of North Dakota in Grand Forks, ND and completed her internship at VCU Health System in Richmond, VA. Dr. Herting devoted her post-doctoral training to the area of child abuse and maltreatment at the Child Abuse Program at CHKD in Norfolk, VA. Dr. Herting is the Clinical Director of the Sanford Traumatic Stress Treatment Center, Interim Mental Health Director at Red River Children’s Advocacy Center (RRCAC), an Adjunct Research Scientist for Sanford and the Treatment Collaborative for Traumatized Youth (TCTY), 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.
Paula Condol, LPCC, MS
Executive Director, Dakota Children's Advocacy Center
Michelle Miller, Ph.D., LCSW
Project Coordinator for Mental Health Initiatives
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 the Project Coordinator of Mental Health Initiatives at NCA since 2016.