Offers strategies to make services culturally-responsive to the needs of the Latino immigrant population.
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.
Suggests practical ways to partner with youth and families within treatment settings based on different resources and organizational structures. This webinar reflects the perspectives of providers, family members, and youth.
Describes the range of psychosocial issues related to deployment and their potential effects on service member and family well-being.
Discusses strategies to engage Latino clients in Child-Parent Psychotherapy (CPP) treatment.
Discusses ways mental health providers can work with pediatric medical providers to ensure traumatized children receive care. This webinar talks about how primary care providers are essential allies in efforts to identify and respond to young children affected by trauma.
Describes the strengths of military families and children. This webinar offers strategies for working with military families in community settings, as well as the impact of parental injury on military children and families.
Serves as an overview and introduction to US military structure and culture and the issues involved with supporting the behavioral health of military service members, veterans, and their families.
Explains how to differentiate between myths and facts regarding child sexual abuse and describes how to effectively respond to adolescent victims of acquaintance rape.
Addresses the response to child sexual abuse. This webinar series provides information about special populations, secondary traumatic stress among providers, and collaborations with the media, among other topics.
Teaches how to stay focused while respecting a client and family's values in their home.
Offers family and professional leadership development ideas addressing the multiple dimensions of partnership with youth and families, including advisory board development, peer-to-peer support programs, and compensation for family members, among other topics.
Discusses the effects physical abuse, neglect, and domestic violence have on young children. This webinar provides suggestions on how mental health professionals can work with the judicial system to insure these children receive the care and support they need to develop normally.