The Children’s Advocacy Centers of North Carolina (CACNC) and the South Carolina Network of Children’s Advocacy Centers (SCNCAC) are collaborating on a project to provide Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) training to Children’s Advocacy Center associated therapists in North Carolina and South Carolina. A portion of this training will focus on the delivery of TF-CBT via a Telehealth model. If you have not already done so, please review the training flyer or visit our TF-CBT training webpage to learn more about TF-CBT Cohort 2 and more general information about the SCNCAC-CACNC TF-CBT Training Program.
Cohort 2 Training Flyer TF-CBT Training Page
You must have pre-approval from your CAC Director and/or CACNC - SCNCAC to register. You will need a registration code during the registration process which you will receive once you have been approved for the training.
TF-CBT Faculty:Dr. Rochelle Hanson
is a Professor at the National Crime Victims Research and Treatment Center (NCVRTC) in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) and Director of the NCVRTC Family and Child Program. She holds a dual appointment in the MUSC Department of Pediatrics. Dr. Hanson serves as Director of the Training and Technical Assistance Division of the National Mass Violence Victimization and Resource Center at MUSC. She is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist specializing in the treatment of traumatized children and youth. Her research focuses on the prevalence and effects of trauma exposure, as well as the dissemination of evidence-supported practices for trauma-exposed youth. Dr. Hanson received a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Florida State University and completed a NIMH post-doctoral research fellowship on traumatic stress studies at the NCVRTC. She has served as an investigator on several federally funded projects investigating violence exposure among children and adolescents, and strategies for implementing trauma-focused evidence-based practices, specifically examining the effectiveness of the LC implementation model. Dr. Hanson is a frequent speaker and trainer at national and international conferences. She provides clinical supervision to predoctoral psychology interns and postdoctoral fellows and is an approved national TF-CBT master trainer and nationally certified TF-CBT therapist.
Dr. Daniel W. Smith
is a Professor and a Licensed Clinical Psychologist at the National Crime Victims Research and Treatment Center (NCVC), Department of Psychiatry at the Medical University of South Carolina. He received his Honors B.A. from the University of Delaware and his M.S. and Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Rutgers University. He completed his internship and postdoctoral training at the Medical University of South Carolina's National Crime Victims Research and Treatment Center (NCVC). After a three-year stay on the faculty of the University of Arkansas, Department of Psychology, he returned to the NCVC as Director of Training. He currently serves as Co-Director and Coordinator of Clinical Training for the Psychology Internship program. Dr. Smith is also Associate Director of the Medical University of South Carolina's Office of Gender Equity, and Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs and Faculty Development in MUSC’s College of Medicine. Dr. Smith is serving as Director of the Resources and Technology Division of the OVC-funded National Mass Violence Victimization and Resource Center. Dr. Smith is an expert in child trauma, trauma treatment, and victim services. He is an approved national trainer in TF- CBT and a national certified TF-CBT therapist.
Regan Stewart, Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor and clinical psychologist in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the Medical University of South Carolina. Dr. Stewart’s research focuses on addressing mental health disparities for underserved trauma-exposed youth, particularly through the use of Telehealth technology within the United States and globally. She is the director of the Telehealth Outreach Program at MUSC, a program focused on utilizing Telehealth to increase access to trauma-focused treatment for underserved children. Dr. Stewart led the development of a training curriculum for Telehealth delivery of Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and has trained organizations across the U.S. in this work.
Meg Wallace, LISW-CP is a Clinical Instructor and Social Worker in the Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences at the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC). Ms. Wallace is the Director of Clinical Operations for the Telehealth Outreach Program (TOP) and the Associate Director of Clinical Operations for the National Crime Victims Research and Treatment Center (NCVRTC). Ms. Wallace has expertise in traumatic loss, evidence-based trauma treatment, Telehealth delivery of services, and community outreach approaches.
TF-CBT Web 2.0 Requirement:
There is a requirement that all attendees complete the online web course TF-CBT Web 2.0 prior to the first live virtual training session. You will receive information on how to register and complete this requirement once you have registered for this TF-CBT Cohort.