TF-CBT: Advanced Topics
October 26-27, 2021
Virtual Training

Registration opens soon!

TF-CBT: Advanced Topics is a two-day virtual training aimed at TF-CBT therapists who have completed the basic TF-CBT training and consultation calls. It includes discussion of the following topics:

  • Administering TF-CBT in Cases of Complex Trauma
  • Child Traumatic Grief, Traumatic Separation, and Ambiguous Loss
  • High Risk Behaviors in Adolescents

In addition, there will be opportunities for therapists to interact and share ideas and resources with each other. The training will conclude with a Q&A session with the facilitators.

The Children's Advocacy Centers of Tennessee Chapter Welcomes
New Director Stephen Woerner!
Stephen Woerner has spent the last 20 years of his career being an advocate for children. For the last three years, Stephen was the Executive Director of a statewide non-profit responsible for producing the Kids Count Data Book for Alabama. This data is used to advocate for the health, education, safety, and economic security of Alabama's children at the local, state, and federal levels.

In addition, he worked for two years as a trainer and non-profit consultant for Troy University Continuing Education and Outreach. In that role, he taught hundreds of professionals all over Alabama on topics ranging from effective non-profit management to risk management to public speaking and diversity education. Stephen has also worked in fund development and event planning, hosting the largest Capitol Hill Day in Montgomery in 2019, with more than 1,000 children from across the state converging on the capitol to highlight the importance of the 2020 Census. A native of Nashville, Stephen is thrilled at the opportunity to return home and work on behalf of the CACs of Tennessee.

We welcome Stephen to the Southern Region!
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