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 AF-CBT has incorporated strategies to address several common clinical or therapeutic issues that may arise during intervention and often require some type of planned professional response. We offer guidelines for the practitioner at the beginning of the session guide.

  • Assessment and Functional Analysis
  • “CA$H”: Check-in on Attendance, Safety, and Home Practice
  • Alternatives for Families Plan (AFP)
  • Safety Planning and Other Potential Crises
  • Addressing Inconsistent Attendance
  • Managing Escalation in Session
  • Enhancing Motivation

Forms

Topic Tracker (PDF or DOCX)

The AF-CBT Topic Tracker is a brief checklist of primary content that can be used by clinicians implementing AF-CBT. You should be providing these to your supervisor.

 

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Calendar of Events

 

Trainings

 

JAN 14-16, 2019
LA Multi-agency AF-CBT Training

Los Angeles, CA.

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FEB 18-20, 2019
Starlight Community Services AF-CBT Training

San Jose, CA.

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APR 30-MAY 2, 2019
Pittsburgh AF-CBT Fall Training 2019

Pittsburgh, PA

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Presentations

 

JAN 30, 2019
34th ANNUAL SAN DIEGO INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON CHILD AND FAMILY MALTREATMENT

San Diego, CA.
Dr. David Kolko will present a paper on trauma screening and integrated health care models in primary care.
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MARCH 8, 2019
NAMI Annual Child and Adolescent Mental Heatlh Conference

Coraopolis, PA.
Dr. Barbara Baumann will present on AF-CBT.
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