TFC (also known as Multimodality Trauma Treatment Trauma-Focused Coping) is a skills-oriented, cognitive-behavioral treatment approach for children exposed to single incident trauma and targets PTSD and collateral symptoms of depression, anxiety,
Outlines the importance of trauma-informed assessment and intervention in the juvenile justice system.
Describes treatments for traumatic stress that are based on cognitive-behavioral approaches, including learning relaxation and stress management techniques, correcting distorted thoughts, and developing a trauma narrative.
Helps educators and school staff recognize the signs and symptoms of complex trauma and offers recommendations on how to help students heal.
Discusses what complex trauma is, how it develops, and how it is distinguished from PTSD.
TF-CBT is an evidence-based treatment for children and adolescents impacted by trauma and their parents or caregivers.
Trauma-informed mental health assessment offers a framework for gathering information, identifying needs, and summarizing information.
CM-TFT is a culturally adapted intervention based on Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. It maintains the key components of standard TF-CBT with the addition of modules integrating cultural concepts throughout treatment.
Discusses multi-generational trauma within families and how it presents unique assessment and treatment planning considerations.
Discusses general and trauma-specific tools used to assess complex trauma in children and adolescents and how assessment guides treatment for this population.