Alternatives for Families: AF-CBT Clinician Training October 15, 2012, 9:00 am - October 17, 2012, 5:00 pm University of Pittsburgh
Alternatives for Families: Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (AF-CBT)
3-Day Clinician Training Workshop with Year-Long Case Consultation
Join us for an intensive training and year-long clinical collaboration utilizing Alternatives for Families: A Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (AF-CBT). AF-CBT is an evidence-based, family-centered treatment designed to address family conflict, coercion and hostility, emotional abuse, and child physical abuse. AF-CBT teaches individual and family skills to strengthen family relationships and safety routines using coordinated and structured training methods.
This training is specifically designed for mental health practitioners currently providing treatment with families (caregivers and children) who are at risk for high conflict, coercion and/or physical discipline. In order to best implement AF-CBT, it is recommended that supervisors and agency administrators consider attending in order to support the use of AF-CBT in their organization.
For further details or to register for this training program, go to http://www.afcbt.org/Training/Fall%202012%20Training.
3 Days of Training, October 15-17, 2012
10 case consultations
October 18, 2012 – October 18, 2013
One ½ day video conference mid-year
Training materials, including a session guide and handouts are included for those who participate in the training. More information about AF-CBT can be found at www.afcbt.org.
$1,300 per training Early Bird registration fee if registered before 8/1/2012
$1,500 per training after 8/1/2012