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This section of the NCTSN Learning Center provides free access to NCTSN experts and up-to-date, science-based information in the areas of assessment, treatment and services, training, research and evaluation, and organizational and systems change for traumatized children, adolescents, and their families.

Continuing education credits are available for many courses in this expanding online catalog that has been developed for mental health professionals, parents and caregivers, policymakers, and others who work with and care about children and adolescents.

Brings together experts on the impact of community violence on youth and families.

This series highlights best practices for prevention and trauma intervention for youth affected by community violence, and features NCTSN members representing viewpoints from service providers, to researchers, to yout...

Family Systems The series covers current issues in family system assessments and family level interventions, including parent-child and inter-generational treatments, as well as important concepts such as family resilience and complex adaptations to trauma, family engagement, family centered care, an...

The goal of this speaker series is to raise your awareness and understanding of issues related to implementation of evidence-based practices within mental health organizations.

Presentations address clinical, organizational, and staff training issues and describe unique challenges faced by specific popula...

Diagnostic Statistical Manual-5This webinar series highlights changes in the DSM-5, particularly in the area of Trauma and Stress Related Disorders, including special considerations for clinicians working with young children and their families....

Schools and Trauma This series of 5 presentations focuses on partnering with schools to enhance mental health and trauma-informed services and is designed to inform both school personnel and mental health professionals about 1) the impact of traumatic events, including bullying, sudden death, and gri...

Los presentadores hablarán sobre salud de refugiados y migrantes, estudios culturales, salud mental, desarrollo infantil temprano, estrés ...

Child Physical Abuse This series of seven presentations, sponsored by the NCTSN Physical Abuse Collaborative Group, features many of the top experts in the field speaking about engagement strategies, assessment, cultural and systems issues, and evidence-based interventions for families in which there...

The use of these assessment strategies will be discussed in a range of service settings including mental health an...

Esta es la versión española del webinar sobre Atención Informada de Traumatismos: Comprensión y Atención de las Necesidades de los Niños no Acompañados.

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