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2022-2023 CCFH Didactic Seminar Series

The 2022-2023 CCFH Didactic Seminar Series begins this September! Offered by CCFH Training Services, this series focuses on various treatments offered to children and families exposed to trauma, with an emphasis on relevant and current topics, to help provide a well-rounded trauma-focused training experience.

The CCFH Didactic Seminar Series is geared toward CCFH interns, new (and seasoned) faculty and staff, and community guests. This is an opportunity for shared learning and discussion.

Seminars will be held virtually via Zoom on Thursdays from 10am-11am. Please see the fall 2022 schedule and register for upcoming sessions below.

Fall 2022 Didactic Seminar Series

September 15 – Overview of Empirically Supported Treatments & Best Practices
Lisa Amaya-Jackson, MD, MPH
Exploration and historical perspective on evidence-based treatment models trained and administered at CCFH

September 22 – Resource Parent Curriculum
Dina Gerber, MS, LCSW
A discussion of the NCTSN-developed training curriculum designed to educate and support parents who are raising children who are in, or have been in, the child welfare system or institutional care

September 29 – Race and Trauma
Ernestine Briggs-King, PhD
Discussion of how race intersects with trauma, and the impact on children and families

November 3 – Evidence-Based Treatment Deep Dive: Attachment and Biobehavioral Catch-up
Karen Carmody, PhD and Sarah Cengel, LCSW
Overview of ABC, a parent/child treatment approach designed to help caregivers provide nurturing care and engage in synchronous interactions with their infants

November 10 – Evidence-Based Treatment Deep Dive: Parent-Child Interaction Therapy
Darden White, MEd, LCMHC
Overview of PCIT, a treatment model with highly specified, step-by-step, live-coached sessions with both the parent/caregiver and the child

November 17 – Evidence-Based Treatment Deep Dive: Child Parent Psychotherapy
Donna Potter, LCSW
Overview of CPP, an intervention model used to support and strengthen the relationship between a child and his or her caregiver as a vehicle for restoring the child’s cognitive, behavioral, and social functioning

Posted on September 1, 2022