Provides information on the growing science of implementation.
The NCTSN has produced dozens of webinar series, comprised of virtual presentations by expert researchers and practitioners, on various topics in the field of child traumatic stress. Most webinars are from 60 to 90 minutes in length and are available for continuing education credit.
Focuses on parents' response to sibling sexual abuse. This webinar discusses trends identified in practice, as well as includes two mothers describing their real life reactions to sibling sexual abuse.
Discusses the reactions of families who are exposed to multiple traumas and harsh circumstances. This webinar describes how families adapt to such conditions by exploring the clinical characteristics commonly observed.
Describes opportunities to support military children through school-based initiatives.
Offers practical information about two family interventions commonly delivered for families who are at risk for or who have experienced physical abuse (CPC-CBT and MST-CAN).
Discusses special areas of vulnerability, risk factors, disclosure, and cultural competency when working with LGBTQ youth after sexual abuse.
Highlights evidence-based interventions aimed at empowering families, including individual treatment for children and skill building for parents.
Discusses the reasoning and importance of including a family in trauma-informed care. This webinar presents theories that explain the role of the family in response to trauma and reviews objectives and core therapeutic strategies that can be used with families to support positive adaptation.
Discusses various topics related to childhood traumatic grief. This webinar series offers information on common reactions after loss, as well as responses that are more severe, prolonged, and interfere with a child's functioning.
Discusses how to recognize the uniqueness of the loss and grief American Indian children and communities experience. This webinar is framed within the context of intergenerational trauma, grief, and loss.
Discusses trauma-informed assessment in schools, differential diagnosis, and trauma-informed IEPs (Individualized Education Plans).
Identifies principles and strategies for effective implementation of trauma-focused, evidence-based practices in school settings.