08/11/2020 8:30 am - 12:00 pm

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Virtual Advanced TF-CBT – Early Childhood Initiative Part I – REGISTRATION CLOSED

08/11/2020 8:30 am - 12:00 pm

As part of a collaboration between the ODMHSAS SOC-2 Grant and OUHSC, Oklahoma TF-CBT is now offering two half-day advanced trainings dedicated to early childhood trauma assessment and TF-CBT.

Participants will learn strategies and tips for implementing TF-CBT with children ages 3-7 years. Focus areas will include:

Ø Creative ideas for PRAC skills

Ø Managing young children in session

Ø Support for caregivers of young children

Ø Developmentally appropriate expectations and adaptations of trauma narrative and processing

Ø Q & A

Training Prerequisites

The Early Childhood Advanced TF-CBT Training is designed for the following:

  • Master’s level therapist or higher OR in a graduate level psychology training program
  • Completion of the Introductory TF-CBT Training


This training will be held online via Zoom. Log in information will be sent to you after registration.

  • Each participant will be required to join on an individual computer equipped with a webcam and microphone.
    • Our team is working hard to ensure that sessions are interactive between trainers and participants, so we will be asking participants to join discussions and interactive activities.

Registration Cost

This training is open to TF-CBT trained therapists who have already attended the Introduction to Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy training. This training will be at no cost to attending therapists as it is sponsored by ODMHSAS.


The Oklahoma State Board of Behavioral Health is on hiatus due to the current COVID-19 crisis and is unable to approve CEU applications at this time. The application has been submitted for 6 CEU credits for this training on 6/18/2020 and will be approved when the board resumes services. This means CEUs for this training will be granted to participants at a later date following the training.




Virtual Advanced TF-CBT – Early Childhood Initiative Part I – REGISTRATION CLOSED