Trauma-focussed Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (TF-CBT) is an evidence-based treatment for Post-traumatic Stress Disorder that aims to help the individual come to terms with trauma through exposure to, and emotional processing of, memories of the event.
Part One, the first of two courses in the TF-CBT series, introduces practitioners to the common components of this evidence-based treatment.
Part Two goes on to provide practitioners with in-depth instruction in the use of Imaginal and In-Vivo Exposure Therapy, and Trauma-focussed Cognitive Therapy.
Practitioners are welcome to complete one or both parts of the series, depending on their individual learning needs. Each part is $440 and 8 hours. Select your part above the 'Enrol now' button.
Part one of this course aims to introduce practitioners to the common components of this evidence-based treatment:
Part two of this course aims to deepen practitioner understanding of three components of TF-CBT, by providing detailed instruction in the use of:
After taking part one of this course practitioners will be able to:
After taking part two of this course practitioners will be able to: