Welcome to 2021!

SRCAC announces learning opportunities for
the new year...
Advanced Topics in TF-CBT
In 2021, SRCAC is offering two new advanced TF-CBT trainings for mental health providers: TF-CBT: Advanced Topics and Supervision Strategies for TF-CBT. Both of these advanced trainings will be facilitated by Jennifer Wilgocki and Kelly Wilson.
TF-CBT: Advanced Topics is a new two-day virtual training designed for clinicians who provide TF-CBT to children and adolescents and who have already completed the basic TF-CBT training and consultation calls. Special topics covered in this training include:

- Administering TF-CBT in complex trauma cases.
- Child traumatic grief, traumatic separation, and ambiguous loss.
- High-risk behaviors in adolescents

Training Dates: March 8-9, 2021
Cost: $99/per person

Registration opens soon!
Supervision Strategies for TF-CBT is a new two-day virtual training designed for supervisors of clinical programs that implement TF-CBT to children and adolescents. Attendees will develop concrete tools for supervision, build clinical supervision that will ensure fidelity to evidence-based practices, and will gain a better understanding of how reflective supervision works within a CAC setting.

Training Dates: May 26-27, 2021
Cost: $99/per person

Registration opens soon!
TF-CBT Moving to the NCAC
Training Center
SRCAC has traditionally offered the Trauma-focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) training twice a year. However, in 2021, this training will be transitioned to the NCAC Training Center.
Jennifer Wilgocki will continue to facilitate this training, along with Kelly Wilson who co-facilitated SRCAC's TF-CBT virtual training in August 2020. NCAC Training Center will offer this training twice a year to up to 40 attendees for each training.

Additional information on this training will be available soon through nationalcac.org.
Team Facilitation
Cultivating the Role of Team Facilitator Self-paced Training
Is Now Available
Led by SRCAC's Greg Flett, this online learning opportunity is a recording of the virtual Cultivating the Role of Team
Facilitator that was delivered in 2020 and has been edited and re-formatted to allow learners to move through the training at their own pace.

This online training is intended to support individuals and teams in understanding, developing, and sustaining the role of a MDT facilitator. Aimed at new and existing facilitators, as well as CAC leaders looking to grow this role.

Access to this training is free. To view training, log on to the NCAC Virtual Training Center (VTC) here:

Well-being and Resiliency
Join us for Wellness Wednesdays on Facebook!
Each Wednesday, SRCAC will post a question and answer from one of three experts on Secondary Traumatic Stress who include Francoise Mathieu, Pat Fisher, and Brian Miller in addition to NCAC Executive Direction Chris Newlin. Each Q&A will center on how the adverse effects of STS within high trauma-exposed environments can impact individuals, hiring/supervision, leadership, and organizational health. From time to time, we will also post other resources related to well-being and resiliency. To check out Wellness Wednesdays, go to our Facebook page.
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