Upcoming Trainings

August 26-27, 2015 – Edinburg, TX (Doctors Hospital at Renaissance)
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September 17-18, 2015 – Dallas/Fort Worth, TX (Cumberland Presbyterian Children’s Home)
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October 8-9, 2015 – Spring, TX (Arrow Child & Family Ministries)
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November 19-20, 2015 – Austin, TX (The For the City Center)
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December 10-11, 2015 – El Paso, TX (El Paso County Juvenile Probation Dept.)
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Trauma Focused-Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) Training

Sponsored by Cenpatico

Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) is an evidence-based treatment for children and adolescents impacted by trauma that includes participation by their parents or caregivers. Research shows that TF-CBT successfully resolves a broad array of emotional and behavioral difficulties associated with single, multiple and complex trauma experiences.

Who May Attend: Licensed clinicians actively treating children in foster care. Other individuals in the child welfare community may attend on a space-available basis

Cost: This class is provided by Cenpatico and local Health Plans at no cost to our providers as part of our continuing effort to help clinicians treating children in foster care enhance their skills and utilize the best evidence-based tools available

CEUs: Depends on state where training conducted. Registration information will identify what CEUs are available. Please note that you must attend both full days for CEU credit

Training Prerequisite: No-cost, online basic TF-CBT training at http://tfcbt.musc.edu/

Class agenda: http://www.cenpaticou.com/provider-edu/tf-cbt-training/

Questions: Please contact David Allen at daallen@cenpatico.com or Lisa Reed at lireed@cenpatico.com

Attendance is limited to the first 80 registrants 

 Training Conducted by

Roy Van Tassell, MS, LPC, Cenpatico

Director, Trauma and Evidenced Based Intervention 

Roy’s training experience includes participation in six Learning Collaboratives for TF-CBT, first as a participant team member from F&CS in the Breakthrough Series Collaborative, then as faculty for the NCTSN sponsored Western Learning Collaborative and recently in three separate collaborative initiatives with the University of Tennessee Center of Excellence for Children in State Custody with Vanderbilt University.

He was a recent faculty member and consultant for The Southern Regional Child Advocacy Center Learning Collaborative–a conjoint project with the National Child Advocacy Center in Huntsville, Alabama and The EPIC Center with Duke University.

Roy also served as a co-trainer faculty for two advanced TF-CBT trainings with TF-CBT co-developer, Dr. Esther Deblinger.