Identifies principles and strategies for effective implementation of trauma-focused, evidence-based practices in school settings.
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 partnering with schools to enhance mental health and trauma-informed services designed to inform both school personnel and mental health professionals about the impact of traumatic events.
Features many of the top experts in the field speaking about engagement strategies, assessment, cultural and systems issues. This webinar series provides information on evidence-based interventions for families in which there has been known or suspected child physical abuse.
Explores the relationship between physical abuse and socioeconomic status, religious beliefs, racial and/or ethnic backgrounds, and gender.
Describes the attachment-focused interventions of ITCT-C and ITCT-A. This webinar also discusses their use with children, adolescents, and their families.
Discusses strategies and resources required to identify and support leadership development among family and youth. This webinar highlights contributions that family and youth leaders have made to NCTSN centers and the vital role they play as advocates.
Discusses myths about parents who engage in physically abusive behavior and provides specific, evidence-based strategies to engage families, from initial outreach through course of treatment.
Discusses key lessons learned during the development process.
Addresses therapist, supervisor, and organizational challenges and opportunities for addressing secondary traumatic stress in the context of serving clients who experience child sexual abuse.
Provides an overview of the prevalence and incidence of child physical abuse and the status of research and practice in the field.
Discusses the impact of sudden death on children and the school community. This webinar provides best practices in the areas of prevention, response and recovery, school staff support, and self-care.
Discusses ongoing efforts and research to address trauma, grief, and loss in the military community, including a look at the VA's suicide prevention programs.