Aims to help survivors gain skills to manage distress and cope with post-disaster stress and adversity. This course utilizes skills-building components from mental health treatment that have been found helpful in a variety of post-trauma situations.
NCTSN e-learning courses typically include multimedia resources, such as self-paced training modules, instructional videos, and supplemental resources. Courses are available for different professional audiences and include both introductory and more advanced learning.
Offers information about how to work with children and use a developmental lens.
Helps learners support children and families through the early years of a child’s life and development.
Helps Children’s Advocacy Center (CAC) directors deliver the highest quality care to children and families.
Focuses on three different and critical components of effective implementation. This series provides information on the framework, readiness preparation, and sustainability as it relates to effective implementation.
Complements the Resource Parent Curriculum (RPC). This course is for resource families who are considering attending a RPC training to help them determine whether it would be worth their time to attend an entire workshop.
Increases understanding of the impact that parents’ own unresolved trauma can have on their capacity to engage with child welfare personnel, negotiate different aspects of the child welfare system, and safely parent their children.
Is a compilation of resources stemming from the NCTSN Implementation Summit including the full Implementation Summit Panel video, bibliographies from the Summit and Implementation Task Force (ITF), an Implementation Glossary, Evidence-Based Treatment Resources Abstract list and more.
Offers providers ways to use the CANS-Trauma Comprehensive, a tool designed to support individual service, treatment planning, and evaluation of service systems. This course contains demonstration videos, PowerPoints, helpful resources, as well as links for training on the use of the CANS.
Supports NCTSN sites as they disseminate, implement, and sustain evidence-based treatments, promising practices, products, and system changes to organizations that serve children and families who have experienced trauma.
Provides training and materials for direct care staff working with homeless youth, including staff working in drop-in centers, emergency shelters, transitional living programs, and independent living programs.
Provides foundational knowledge to better understand The 12 Core Concepts for Understanding Traumatic Stress Responses in Children and Families.