NYSCA is offering this two-day training with two night’s lodging FREE for NYSCA MDT members affiliated with a CAC or MDT in good standing. Presenter: Dr. Jessica Wozniak, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at University of Massachusetts Medical School-Baystate
To cover the cost of lunch for both days, there is a registration fee of $40. If you have any dietary restrictions or allergies, please contact Jami Bolton, Education and Training Coordinator at: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you require lodging please add a “FREE LODGING TICKET” and you will receive follow-up information.
NYSCA will cover the cost of lodging, however if you need to cancel your reservation after July 24th or do not attend both days of the training, your agency will be responsible for the cost incurred.
Requirements to Attend Training:
Participants must be a master’s- or PhD-level clinicians who currently provide therapy to children, adolescents, and their families either at a CAC or in contract with a CAC. Interns are not suitable participants, however provisionally licensed clinicians will be permitted if under the supervision of a licensed clinician. Clinical supervisors are eligible to attend however they must deliver TF-CBT to children and families during the course of the training and consultation year.
- Complete the TF-CBT web-based learning course prior to the on-site training. Clinicians will need to provide a certificate of completion on the first day of the training. The web-based learning course can be found at tfcbt2.musc.edu. There is a $35 cost, which you will be required to cover. YOU NEED TO PRESENT YOUR CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION IN ORDER TO ATTEND THE TRAINING.
- Attend consultation videoconference calls approximately 1 time/month following the in-person training. Attendance at 9 of the 12 calls is required.
- Present at least one TF-CBT case during one of the videoconference calls.