12 case consultation sessions over the course of one year. Consultations will be ?conducted via phone or video conference at a time scheduled during the onsite training.
ABOUT THE TRAINER
Training will be presented by Barbara Baumann, Ph.D., a University of Pittsburgh faculty member and an experienced AF-CBT trainer with over 25 completed trainings.
We are excited to offer this opportunity for an intensive training and a year-long clinical collaboration utilizing Alternatives for Families: A Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (AF-CBT). For more information about AF-CBT, visit us at www.afcbt.org or on NCTSN.org here.
AF-CBT is an evidence based, family-centered treatment designed to address family conflict, coercion and hostility, emotional abuse, and child physical abuse. AF-CBT teaches individual and family skills to strengthen relationships and safety routines using coordinated and structured training methods. This model seeks to help family members improve their communication and problem solving skills, help parents to effectively support and discipline their children, and help children manage difficult emotions and respond more competently to interpersonal challenges.
Training materials, including a session guide and handouts are included for training participants, as well as a 1 day advanced training session to be held during the consultation period.
Trainees are required to have a master’s degree in relevant field. Trainees must work with or supervise those who work with children and adolescents and their caregivers.
For information or assistance, please call (412) 246-5887.
The cost of this training is $1,500.00 per participant.
Go to www.afcbt.org/training/sign-up-for-training and complete a Training Request Form by April 27, 2015. When prompted, enter this code: