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(5 DAY WEBINAR) Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for Trauma in Schools with Racial Trauma Module (CBITS-RTM) & Bounce Back (BB)

CE Type: 
SW
PCB
CPRP
APA
IACET
# of CE's: 
17.0
1.7 IACET CEU's

CBITS-RTM is a skills-based group intervention aimed at relieving symptoms of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, depression, and general anxiety among children exposed to trauma.  The CBITS-RTM training consists of: 1) An overview of child trauma, 2) The evidence base of CBITS, 3) Session by session demonstrations and supervised practice of each core concept, 4) Review of parent and teacher sessions, and 5) An overview of racial stress and trauma and healing-centered support strategies.

Bounce Back is a skills-based group intervention aimed at relieving symptoms of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, depression, and general anxiety among children exposed to trauma ages 5-11. The Bounce Back training consists of an 1) An overview of child trauma, 2) The evidence base of BB, 3) session by session demonstrations and supervised practice of each core concept, 4) Review of parent and teacher sessions, and 5) a discussion about cultural adaptations.

Learning Objectives: 

CBITS-RTM

1. Learn about the prevalence of trauma in childhood, recognize the symptoms of trauma, and the impact traumatic stress has on psychosocial and academic functioning.

2. Acquire a basic understanding of the major components of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.

3. Identify the screening process and determine eligibility to participate in the CBITS program.

4. Participants will learn the step by step process of administering a manualized, evidence-based group cognitive behavioral treatment for traumatized adolescents. Identify the key concepts of psycho‐education, relaxation training, cognitive restructuring, trauma narratives, gradual exposure, and problem solving as implemented in CBITS.

5. Participants will be provided examples of how CBITS has been conducted with ethnically diverse communities and will learn strategies (i.e. community participatory approach) for making culturally appropriate adaptations.

Bounce Back

1. Learn about the prevalence of trauma in childhood, recognize the symptoms of trauma, and the impact traumatic stress has on psychosocial and academic functioning.

2. Acquire a basic understanding of the major components of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

3. Identify the screening process and determine eligibility to participate in the Bounce Back program.

4. Participants will learn the step by step process of administering a manualized, evidence-based group cognitive behavioral treatment for traumatized elementary-aged students. Identify the key concepts of psycho‐education, relaxation training, cognitive restructuring, trauma narratives, gradual exposure, and problem solving as implemented in Bounce Back.

5. Participants will be provided examples of how Bounce Back has been conducted with ethnically diverse communities and will learn strategies (i.e. community participatory approach) for making culturally appropriate adaptations.

6.   Describe and plan for the administrative and clinical support that would be necessary in order to successfully implement Bounce Back at their site.

Intended Audience: 

Mobile therapists and clinical supervisors in IBHS programs.

Instructional Level: 

Introductory

Completion Requirements: 

Participants must attend the entire session, participate in all activities, and submit an evaluation within the 7 days of training to receive credits and a certificate. All CEU certificates and certificates of attendance will be received through the DBHIDS Learning Hub. Once you have completed your evaluation you will have access to your CEU or Certificate of Attendance through your DBHIDS Learning Hub Account.