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    20th International Summit & Training on Violence, Abuse & Trauma Linking Research, Practice, Advocacy & Policy: House Calls: Application of Trauma-Focused Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy in Home-Based Settings We will be presenting an overview of the TF-CBT model as well as the application of this evidence-based treatment within the in-home therapy setting.

    20th International Summit & Training on Violence, Abuse & Trauma Linking Research, Practice, Advocacy & Policy: House Calls: Application of Trauma-Focused Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy in Home-Based Settings We will be presenting an overview of the TF-CBT model as well as the application of this evidence-based treatment within the in-home therapy setting. 1:00pm - 5:015pm
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    Department of Youth Services (DYS) Training: As one of CTTC's main goals to develop, enhance and strengthening the abilities of court and DYS personnel, CTTC is providing trauma training to current DYS staff. This training will be focused on child trauma and the Juvenile Justice System in hopes to increase trauma sensitive care and access to evidence based trauma treatment for at risk and underserved populations.

    Department of Youth Services (DYS) Training: As one of CTTC's main goals to develop, enhance and strengthening the abilities of court and DYS personnel, CTTC is providing trauma training to current DYS staff. This training will be focused on child trauma and the Juvenile Justice System in hopes to increase trauma sensitive care and access to evidence based trauma treatment for at risk and underserved populations. DYS North Grafton, Massachusetts 10:00am - 12:00pm

    Department of Youth Services (DYS) Training: As one of CTTC's main goals to develop, enhance and strengthening the abilities of court and DYS personnel, CTTC is providing trauma training to new DYS staff. This training will be focused on child trauma and the Juvenile Justice System in hopes to increase trauma sensitive care and access to evidence based trauma treatment for at risk and underserved populations.

    Department of Youth Services (DYS) Training: As one of CTTC's main goals to develop, enhance and strengthening the abilities of court and DYS personnel, CTTC is providing trauma training to new DYS staff. This training will be focused on child trauma and the Juvenile Justice System in hopes to increase trauma sensitive care and access to evidence based trauma treatment for at risk and underserved populations. DYS, North Grafton 2:00PM - 4:00pm

    TF-CBT in the IHT Model

    TF-CBT in the IHT Model TBD
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    Department of Youth Services (DYS) Training: As one of CTTC's main goals to develop, enhance and strengthening the abilities of court and DYS personnel, CTTC is providing trauma training to current DYS staff. This training will be focused on child trauma and the Juvenile Justice System in hopes to increase trauma sensitive care and access to evidence based trauma treatment for at risk and underserved populations.

    Department of Youth Services (DYS) Training: As one of CTTC's main goals to develop, enhance and strengthening the abilities of court and DYS personnel, CTTC is providing trauma training to current DYS staff. This training will be focused on child trauma and the Juvenile Justice System in hopes to increase trauma sensitive care and access to evidence based trauma treatment for at risk and underserved populations. DYS Lawrence, Massachusetts 10:00am - 12:00pm

    Department of Youth Services (DYS) Training: As one of CTTC's main goals to develop, enhance and strengthening the abilities of court and DYS personnel, CTTC is providing trauma training to current DYS staff. This training will be focused on child trauma and the Juvenile Justice System in hopes to increase trauma sensitive care and access to evidence based trauma treatment for at risk and underserved populations.

    Department of Youth Services (DYS) Training: As one of CTTC's main goals to develop, enhance and strengthening the abilities of court and DYS personnel, CTTC is providing trauma training to current DYS staff. This training will be focused on child trauma and the Juvenile Justice System in hopes to increase trauma sensitive care and access to evidence based trauma treatment for at risk and underserved populations. DYS Lawence, Massachusetts 1:00pm - 3:00pm
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Child Trauma Training Center (CTTC)

To improve identification of trauma and increase trauma sensitive care and access to evidence based trauma treatment for at risk and underserved populations in Central and Western Massachusetts, including Court-involved children and military families by:

1. Developing, enhancing and strengthening the abilities of

      1. Pediatricians
      2. School personnel
      3. Law enforcement
      4. Juvenile court personnel to
        • Identify
        • Screen
        • Assess for childhood trauma
        • Implement practices
        • Provide appropriate referrals

2. Creation of a Centralized Referral System

3. Providing training to clinicians in Trauma-Focused Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT)

 

 

 

 

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Contact Information

Toll Free referral #855.LINK.KID 
(855.546.5543)
CTTCReferral@umassmed.edu 

Kerry Hynes, M.Ed. 
Clinical Coordinator
Kerry.hynes@umassmed.edu


Katie James M.A., M.S., LSW 
Clinical Coordinator
Kathleen.james@umassmed.edu

Phone #774.455.4127
Fax #774.455.4111

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